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Have you ever stopped to wonder why it is that so very frequently when we meet new people, we state our names and then we almost always follow that up with our job title?
The undersigned are practising barristers (some working for central and local government), solicitors, legal academics and retired judges.
We are all deeply concerned at recent attacks, made by the Home Secretary and echoed by the Prime Minister, on lawyers seeking to hold the government to the law.
Kenworthy's Chambers Crime team have been ranked for the set's Criminal Practice in Chambers and Partners UK Bar 2021:
"Kenworthy's Chambers offers expertise spanning a wide range of criminal matters. The set's barristers are experienced in both the prosecution and defence of cases relating to homicides, high-value drugs conspiracies and serious violent and sexual offences.
On Friday 16th October, the High Court handed down judgment in Belsner v Cam Legal Services Limited  EWHC 2755 (QB); an important decision affecting solicitors and their clients.
Haroon Rashid presented a Virtual Seminar, on Microsoft Teams, on the topic on “Noise Induced Hearing Loss Claims”, in the seminar he discussed topics such as Causation defences, Asymmetry, Qualifying Notches & Bulges, LCB, Part 18 Requests and Witness Statements.