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Nominations for Chambers UK Bar Awards 2017

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Cloisters are delighted to announce that Rachel Crasnow QC and Dan Lawson have been nominated for Silk of the Year (Employment) and Junior of the Year (Personal Injury / Clinical Negligence) respectively.  The 2017 Chambers UK Bar Awards will be held at The London Hilton on Park Lane on Thursday, 26th October 2017.  
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Schona Jolly and Simon Dyer to become QCs

Schona Jolly and Simon Dyer to become QCs
Today, Cloisters is delighted to announce that Schona Jolly and Simon Dyer will be appointed as QCs. Schona Jolly is a legal expert in employment, discrimination, human rights and civil liberties whilst Simon Dyer specialises in personal injury and clinical negligence.

Discrimination compounds the pain in personal injury and clinical negligence claims

Discrimination compounds the pain in personal injury and clinical negligence claims
In this article, Sarah Fraser Butlin and Catriona Stirling consider discriminatory practices within the calculation of damages for personal injury and clinical negligence. Personal injury and clinical negligence lawyers do not tend to think about equality and diversity issues in their cases all that often. However there are several areas that are c...
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Legal 500 2016 recognises Cloisters’ Compelling Advocacy, Astute Advice and Exceptional Client Care:

Legal 500 2016 recognises Cloisters’ Compelling Advocacy, Astute Advice and Exceptional Client Care:
        Cloisters is delighted to announce that Legal 500 2016 continues to consider our barristers as Leaders at the Bar for Clinical Negligence, Employment, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Inquests & Inquiries, Personal Injury and Sports law (see here ).  We have been newly included this year for our work on Inque...
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Tricky quantum case that grapples with PI claims involving multiple tortfeasers and disputes between experts

Tricky quantum case that grapples with PI claims involving multiple tortfeasers and disputes between experts
William Latimer-Sayer QC considers the case of XP V Compensa Towarzystwo SA v Przeyslaw Bejger [2016] EWHC 1728 (QB) in which Whipple J had to grapple with a number of tricky quantum issues.  The Claimant had been injured in two separate road traffic accidents.  The first accident occurred in Poland on 27 April 2011.  The second acci...
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