On 30 November 2016, Invictus Chambers had the pleasure of attending the inaugural Aston University Law and Business Fair organised by the Aston Law Society. The event provided a valuable opportunity for Aston students to network with both sides of the legal profession as well as members of industry. Many thanks to Venandah Madanhi, Aston […]
Chambers is pleased to announce that on Friday 25 November 2016, two of our junior tenants, Matthew Jackson and Mark Taylor joined the Western Circuit at the Exeter Grand Night. Welcome Matthew (R) and Mark (L)!
On 23rd November 2016, Invictus Chambers had the pleasure of attending the 2016 University of the West of England (UWE) Law Fair. As in previous years, the event was well attended by students and local practitioners and included panel discussions, CV clinics and Q and A sessions where Alexander Swain (tenant), Katherine Gittins, Martha Lewis and Rhodri Jones […]
Elias LJ has granted permission for Mr Patel to appeal HHJ Richardson’s judgment in the Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Folkestone Nursing Home Ltd v Patel UKEAT/0348/15. Matthew Jackson acted for Mr Patel in the EAT and prepared the appeal for the permission application. The case concerns whether a term can be implied into a […]
Mark Taylor, Barrister and Mediator at Invictus Chambers, took part in a debate about social justice at the Avon and Bristol Law Centre’s AGM on Monday 17 October in front of a packed audience at the Watershed Centre, Bristol. Mark was partnered with Bristol LLM student and Law Centre Volunteer, Ruth Kwabea-Amankwaah. Opposing the proposition was […]
Invictus Chambers has the pleasure to announce that Martin McGann, Matthew Jackson and Mark Taylor have accepted offers of tenancy with chambers following successful completion of pupillage. Chambers also welcomes Katherine Gittins, Rhodri David Jones and Martha Lewis as pupils. The new tenants and pupils joined existing members of chambers for lunch at The Old Bank Of England, Fleet Street following our Annual General […]