Entries by Lisa Lyons

Rupert Chapman appointed Deputy District Judge

Chambers is delighted to congratulate our Joint Head of Chambers, Rupert Chapman on his appointment by the Lord Chief Justice as a Deputy District Judge appointed to the Western Circuit. Rupert will also continue to accept instructions in his specialist areas of matrimonial finance disputes, private law children matters and court of protection.

Magdalen Chambers is delighted to announce that Russell James (formerly of Devon Chambers) has joined Chambers from the beginning of February.

Magdalen Chambers is delighted to announce that Russell James (formerly of Devon Chambers) has joined Chambers from the beginning of February. Russell is an experienced civil practitioner who specialises in Housing and Homelessness Law, Property Litigation, Civil and Commercial Litigation and Personal Injury. He has appeared in the full spectrum of civil courts and tribunals […]

Magdalen Chambers welcomes Geoff Killen

Magdalen Chambers is delight to Welcome Geoff Killen to Chambers. Geoff  is a specialist in personal injury law, with particular experience and expertise in: Employers Liability (including disease claims i.e. NIHL, WRULD, asbestosis & mesothelioma); Occupiers Liability; Product Liability; Public Liability; Animals Act claims; MOD claims; Inquests; any case with difficult Schedules of Loss or […]

Mental Capacity Law and Practice – Seminar 2nd February

Presented by Magdalen Chambers at Larkbeare House, Topsham Road, Exeter, EX2 4NG Including large group sessions on Capacity – the current law Exeter Dementia Action Alliance – making Exeter a dementia friendly city The Care Act – Funding and Welfare And a choice of small group sessions on Continuing Health Care – Challenging Funding Decisions […]

Magdalen Chambers welcomes Associates

All members and staff of Magdalen Chambers were delighted to welcome two highly-regarded retired members of the judiciary, His Honour David Tyzack QC and Paul Waterworth (Ret’d District Judge) as Associates of chambers during informal drinks in chambers recently. Chambers will benefit from their experience and will be a base for their ongoing involvement in […]