January Newsletter

27 January 2016

Welcome to the first edition of the Drystone Chambers Newsletter. In this edition co-head Andrew Campbell-Tiech QC offers a commentary upon the nature of being a barrister and the purpose of a set of chambers. This is followed by a concise guide to criminal behaviour orders by Rebecca Penfold, a critique of the approach of the Court of Appeal when dealing with the issue of consent in child rape allegations by Nicola Devas and an analysis of seeking public funding for representation of "next of kin" at a inquests by Peter Caldwell. Finally, Gavin Irwin provides a review into the recent changes to the proceeds of crime act 2002 and update on recent relevant cases.  

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