In our Bristol breakfast briefing, Oliver Isaacs discussed a practical approach to privacy and confidentiality in the Employment Tribunal in which Oliver spoke about anonymity of witnesses, redaction of documentation, private hearings, and the procedure for applying for applying for such orders in the Employment Tribunal.
The ‘capable, efficient, and helpful’ clerks’ room provides ‘a service-orientated approach and goes above and beyond in trying to ensure you have the right barrister for the job ; you have the utmost confidence in the clerking.”
‘an extremely approachable set of chambers which puts a premium on service delivery.’
Date: 28th October 2020 Time: 2pm until 3pm via Zoom platform Each year Old Square Chambers takes the opportunity to…
Old Square Chambers is delighted to announce it has received three nominations for the Advocate Bar Pro Bono Awards 2020,…View More