February 2019

Race Discrimination: Evidence & Inference after Royal Mail Group Limited v Efobi

The Court of Appeal has recently given judgment in Royal Mail Group Limited v Efobi [2019] EWCA Civ 18, Royal Mail’s appeal against the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s decision that, at first instance, a Tribunal had wrongly rejected Mr Efobi’s claim for direct race discrimination. The Court of Appeal’s decision has effectively restored the decision of Continue reading

Third Six Pupillage Vacancy

A vacancy has arisen for a third six pupil with the opportunity to apply for a full tenancy during or at the conclusion of the pupillage. The successful applicant will be joining a friendly and modern set, with a collegiate atmosphere and a forward-thinking approach. Becket Chambers offers an attractive combination of high quality work Continue reading

Are the Government finally tackling Domestic Abuse and how will it help victims in the family court? The Domestic Abuse Bill.

Since March 2018 the government have been consulting for a landmark Domestic Abuse bill. It seeks to legislate to “ fundamentally change the way we, as a country, think about this insidious crime.”  The draft bill was published on 21st January 2019 and focuses on 4 main objectives, i.e. how they can: promote awareness – Continue reading