Entries by Complete Counsel

Deportation and Withdrawal of British Citizens

Join Lorraine Mensah for a short session on this hot topic. Lorraine Mensah Lorraine was appointed Immigration Judge in 2007. She provides specialist advice in the areas of European law and specifically rights for workers, Nationality issues, Immigration applications both under Appendix FM and the Points based system, deportation and Human Rights and has acquired […]

2018 Social History of Medicine Conference

Charles Feeny has been invited to speak at the 2018 Social History of Medicine Conference “Conformity, Resistance Dialogue and Deviance in Health and Medicine” at the University of Liverpool in July 2018. Charles Feeny will be participating in a round table discussion on Primodos chaired by Jesse Olszynko-Gryn of the University of Cambridge. Primodos was […]

Contribution and Apportionment: Unruly Horses? An article by Charles Feeny and Sam Irving for PI Brief Update Law Journal

25/01/18. “Public policy is a very unruly horse, and when once you get astride, you never know where it will carry you.” These oft repeated words were those of Borough J in Richardson v. Mellish in 1824 and are the first reference to the much repeated maxim, that resorting to public policy is equivalent to mounting […]

Andrea Barnes finds Complete solution to costs practice

Leading costs lawyer and former head of costs at Clerksroom has decided to use Complete Counsel to manage part of her costs practice. Complete Counsel is a business offering targeted support for barristers on a contractual basis. Barristers can use its services as a sole Practitioner or whilst remaining a tenant at existing chambers. Andrea […]

Here’s to 2018

So, as another year passes I thought I’d look back on the achievements of 2017 and think ahead to 2018 with all the promise it could bring. We started out in 2015 with the sole purpose of creating a lean model, one with collaboration, co-working and non-conformity at its heart. Sure there were naysayers, those […]

1st Dec 2017 – North West Surgical Society Annual General Meeting

Charles Feeny & Tom Goodhead present  ‘Anatomy Assumed, Liability Presumed’ together with Professor Graeme Poston, Mr Rory McCloy , and His Honour Nigel Gilmour. “A mock trial involving cross examination , legal submissions, and judgment. The case involves bile duct injury in routine cholecystectomy. The presentation is aimed at giving surgeons insight into legal issues […]