Daniel White successfully represented a psychotherapist before the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists ("BACP") Tribunal.
Following a trial at Birmingham Crown Court, lasting 5 weeks, the defendant was cleared of all charges.
Jamie Scott won second prize in the Kalisher Trust national competition, discussing whether the judge's summing-up in a criminal trial should be legal directions only, with no review of evidence.
Between 24-27 October 2016 Siobhan Collins secured acquittals for her clients in two robbery trials.
Charles Hamer successfully prosecuted a married couple, both in their 60s and of previous good character, for the production of cannabis.
Following a six week trial at Birmingham Crown Court Trevor Meegan’s client was acquitted of all counts of conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine.
Naomi Nelson-Cofie, who successfully completed pupillage and joined Citadel Chambers as a tenant in 2016, has secured an acquittal in her first Crown Court jury trial.
The defendant and her boyfriend are accused of murder and causing or allowing the death of a child.
The World Rugby Council has confirmed the appointment of Daniel White as a World Rugby Judicial Officer.
Judicial Officers are eligible to sit on all World Rugby Disciplinary Panels.
A 34 year old Staff Sergeant has avoided jail after pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.