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Chambers News Ross Talbott Appointed as a Recorder
Chambers are delighted to announce that Ross Talbott has been appointed as a Recorder by Her Majesty the Queen on the recommendation of The Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice.

Ross is the fourth member of Chambers to be appointed as a Recorder; joining Bernard Richmond QC, June Venters QC and Nicola Shannon.
Chambers News London Legal Charity Walk
The London Legal Walk has taken place every year. Last year the walkers raised over £800,000 for legal organisations working on behalf of some of the most vulnerable people in our society.

Chambers are once again proud to be participating in this year's walk.

The link to the Lamb Building sponsorship page can be
found by clicking this link.
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Latest Practice Group News

Crime Group Court of Appeal quashes criminal conviction for victim of trafficking in groundbreaking case in R v O [2019] EWCA Crim 1389
The Court made findings that the life of sexual exploitation and repeated trafficking suffered by the Appellant prior to entry to the UK was integral to the exploitation so as to extinguish culpability for matters that took place within the UK. An extension of time was granted in this case of more than 9 years.

Paramjit Ahluwalia who was counsel for the Appellant is a member of the Lamb Building Crime Team. She is the contributing author of the chapter on Modern Slavery, Trafficking and Immigration Offences in Blackstones Criminal Practice.
Public & Regulatory Group Court of Appeal grants permission to appeal the case of Mohamed v Barnet LBC [2019] EWHC 1012 (QB)
On 8th July 2019, the Court of Appeal granted permission to appeal the case of Mohamed v Barnet LBC [2019] EWHC 1012 (QB). The Court of Appeal will consider when the exception to secure tenancies under paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 to the Housing Act 1985 applies.

Matthew Lee appears for the Appellant in the appeal.

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