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Chris Milsom acts for successful respondent in EAT case concerning when interpreters are required

Chris Milsom acts for successful respondent in EAT case concerning when interpreters are required
By Nathan Roberts In Hak v St Christopher’s Fellowship [2015] UKEAT/0446/14/DA the EAT has declined to give specific guidance as to when a court or tribunal should provide an interpreter, instead finding that the matter should be determined on a case by case basis. As a rule of thumb, however, tribunals should “ask whether the litigant’s command of...
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Jonathan Mitchell QC nominated 'Scottish Silk of the Year' for the Legal 500 Awards 2015

Jonathan Mitchell QC nominated 'Scottish Silk of the Year' for the Legal 500 Awards 2015
Jonathan Mitchell QC has been nominated Scottish Silk of the Year for the Legal 500 Awards 2015. Jonathan's practice is based in Scotland. He has a wide civil practice, with special interests in public, constitutional, and administrative law, and in equality issues. In addition to his court appearances, he has an active opinion practice. Chambers 2...
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Employment Tribunal fees – a new Scottish dimension

Employment Tribunal fees – a new Scottish dimension
By Brian Napier QC  (Scotland) and Jonathan Mitchell QC (Scotland) The recent rejection by the Court of Appeal to Unison’s challenge to the fee-charging regime that is now part of our employment tribunal system comes as a set-back to all who see fee-charging as a denial of (access to) justice.  This week, however, there is good news for s...
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Jonathan Mitchell QC joins Cloisters as associate member

Jonathan Mitchell QC joins Cloisters as associate member
We are delighted to announce that Jonathan Mitchell QC has joined Cloisters as an associate tenant.  Jonathan, a member of the Scottish Bar, brings with him his great skill and experience in commercial law ,  discrimination and equality , employment , sports and entertainment , human rights , regulatory and public law . He is renowned for...
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