5 Essex Court

Publications

This section includes books our barristers have authored as well as regular updates and newsletters produced by 5 Essex Court.

If you would like to receive any of our regular updates, please email Publications

‘The Data Brief’ - Monthly Data Protection Bulleting - Issue 11

By Alan Payne QC, & Aaron Moss.

(April 2022)

The latest newsletter from the Data Protection and Information Law Team at 5 Essex Court is now available. The Data Brief is an easily digestable summary of recent decisions and developments that occurred in these fast developing areas which permeate many legal disciplines. We hope this newsletter will be of interest and provide practical assistance to those working in data protection and information law. 

You can view the tenth edition of "The Data Brief' here.

‘The Data Brief’ - Monthly Data Protection Bulletin - Issue 10

By Anne Studd QC, & John Goss.

(March 2022)

The latest newsletter from the Data Protection and Information Law Team at 5 Essex Court is now available. The Data Brief is an easily digestable summary of recent decisions and developments that occurred in these fast developing areas which permeate many legal disciplines. We hope this newsletter will be of interest and provide practical assistance to those working in data protection and information law. 

You can view the tenth edition of "The Data Brief' here.

Welcome back to Five from 5 - Issue 33

By Richard Oulton, Daniel Hobbs, Victoria von Wachter, Melvyn Harris , & David Messling.

(2022)

Welcome to Issue 33 of Five from 5!

Five from 5 is the employment law e-bulletin produced by our Employment Law team. This issue is edited by Richard Oulton and is published in association with Bloomsbury Professional Law Online.

To be added to the email circulation list, contact Publications.

Police Law Update Issue 47

(February 2022)

Police Law Update, edited by Charlotte Ventham and Alex Ustych, covers key issues and developments in police law and summaries of recent cases. 
To be added to the mailing list or for a copy of previous issues, please contact Publications.

The current issue 47 covers:

  • The overtime litigation: not yet into extra-time by Jonathan Dixey 
  • Who is liable? by Victoria von Wachter
  • A review of recent judicial decisions concerning powers of search, seizure and retention. by Aaron Moss
  • Firearms licensing and Public Interest Immunity by Remi Reichhold
  • Kurt v Austria: the Osman test applied to domestic violence by Peter Laverack
  • Employment Law Cases Round Up by Victoria von Wachter and David Messling
  • Case Law Summaries by Conor Monighan, Sarah Dobbie, Edmund Garnett and Sam Rowe

‘The Data Brief’ - Monthly Data Protection Bulletin - Issue 9

By Aaron Moss, & John Goss.

(2022)

Compiled by Aaron Moss and John Goss (February 2022)

We are delighted to share the latest newsletter from the Data Protection and Information Law Team at 5 Essex Court. It is a quick and easily digestable summary of recent decisions and developments that occurred in these fast developing areas which permeate many legal disciplines. We hope this newsletter will be of interest and provide practical assistance to those working in data protection and information law. 

You can view the ninth edition of "The Data Brief" here.

‘The Data Brief’ - Monthly Data Protection Bulletin - Issue 8

By Aaron Moss, & John Goss.

(2022)

Compiled by Aaron Moss and John Goss (January 2022)

We are delighted to share the latest newsletter from the Data Protection and Information Law Team at 5 Essex Court. It is a quick and easily digestable summary of recent decisions and developments that occurred in these fast developing areas which permeate many legal disciplines. We hope this newsletter will be of interest and provide practical assistance to those working in data protection and information law. 

You can view the eighth edition of "The Data Brief" here.