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Insight: Inquests and Inquiries

(June 2018, 5 Essex Court)

New newsletter providing updates on key legal developments and practical insights from leading barristers who regularly appear in the most significant inquests and public inquiries.

Editors: Samantha Leek QC and Jonathan Dixey.

Issue 1 includes articles on the following:
• key differences between inquests and public inquiries - Jason Beer QC;
• inquests arising from deaths in care homes and hospitals where the deceased was subject to DoLS - Beatrice Collier;
• applications to quash previous inquests – John Goss;
• when post mortem examinations are necessary - Alison Hewitt
• the relevance of admissions of non-causative failings in inquests - Robert Cohen.
Plus summaries of recent key cases - Amy Clarke and Aaron Moss.

To subscribe, please email us at inquestsandinquiries@5essexcourt.co.uk

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Five from 5

By Daniel Hobbs

(Issue 28 - October 2018, 5 Essex Court)

View the latest issue Five from 5

The Employment Law team produces a regular employment law update edited by Daniel Hobbs. Our e-bulletin 'Five from 5'  which covers 5 key employment topics is published in association with BloomsburyLawOnline.

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Essential Law and Practical Guidance for Police and Crime Commissioners

By Jason Beer QC, Fiona Barton QC, Jeremy Johnson QC, Richard Oulton, Victoria von Wachter, Claire Palmer, Beatrice Collier, Georgina Wolfe, Jonathan Dixey, Robert Cohen, Catriona Hodge, & Aaron Moss.

(2016, 5 Essex Court)

Publication produced by the Police Law team as an aid to prospective candidates as well as Police and Crime Commissioners selected during the 2016 elections.


Path to Pupillage

By Georgina Wolfe

(3rd Edition 2013, Sweet & Maxwell)

A  guide to assist candidates applying for pupillage.