1 Mitre Court Buildings is very pleased to announce that the following barristers have today joined chambers:
Rajesh K. Rai (Crime, Immigration, Public Law & Judicial Review)
Shashi Jaisri (Immigration, Mental Health, Housing & Property, Public Law & Judicial Review)
Shuyeb Muquit (Immigration, Crime, Mental Health, Prison Law, Public Law & Judicial Review)
Ranjeet Dulay (Crime, Immigration, Prison Law)
Their profiles will be added to this website shortly. In the meantime, please direct any enquiries to our Clerks on 020 7452 8900.
Lord Gifford QC, who was leading counsel on behalf of the family of James Wray during the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, will be in Derry on 15th June 2010 when the report of the Saville Inquiry will be published. The legal teams will have access to the report a few hours before the official tabling of the report in Parliament, and will be able to advise their clients. Lord Gifford has commended the process of the Inquiry as being a significant contribution to peace in Northern Ireland. His clients’ response to the report itself will be made known when the report is published.
From 17-18 May 2010, Paul Richmond trained 80 Lao judges, public prosecutors and lawyers on international fair trial standards. Paul was commissioned as an expert on the right to a fair trial under international law by the United Nations Development Programme, the International Commission of Jurists and the International Law Project of the Laos Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The training workshop – the first of its kind in Laos – followed the Laos government’s ratification of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in September 2009.