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Chambers Announcement

We will be closing our offices on Monday 19 September 2022 to allow our Members of Chambers and Staff to...
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Emma Weaver Returns from Maternity Leave

Halcyon Chambers are thrilled to announce Emma Weaver’s return to practice from maternity leave following the birth of her daughter....
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New Tenant: Jamie Hughes

Halcyon Chambers is delighted to announce that Jamie Hughes has accepted an offer of tenancy. This comes after his successful...
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Case Note: HA (Iraq), RA (Iraq), AA (Nigeria) v SSDH [2022] UKSC 22

Article by Barbara Gonzalez-Jaspe These appeals involve the deportation of foreign criminals and the tests used to determine if their...
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Children Giving Evidence in Care Proceedings: Time for Change

Article by Steven Evans Halcyon Chambers’ Family Team recently represented a parent in care proceedings concerning allegations of abuse made by...
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A fairer private rented sector – the end to no-fault evictions?

Article by Jamie Hughes A reform of the ‘no-fault’ eviction process has been mooted by the government for some considerable...
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Rwanda Policy – Deterrent or Punishment?

Article by Tony Muman On 13 April, the Secretary of State announced that the UK had entered into an agreement...
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Muhammad Ul-Haq: Judicial Secondment

Halcyon Chambers is delighted to announce that Muhammad Ul-Haq begins his secondment to the High Court of Justice in London...
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Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020: The End of the Blame-Game

Article by Barbara Gonzalez-Jaspe The amendments to the law on divorce have been long overdue and signifies the biggest change...
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TRA: Potential new powers against Teachers

Article by Naomh Gibson The Teaching Regulation Agency (‘TRA’), is an executive agency of the Department for Education (‘DfE’), responsible...
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