Monthly Archives: September 2016
The Legal 500 rankings, which acknowledge the performance of leading law firms across the UK, have recently been published, and we are delighted that Trinity Chambers has been recognised as one of the region’s leading sets.
The Legal 500 is an annual publication that ranks UK law firms and individual lawyers based on a strict set of criteria. They conduct extensive research into a range of legal areas and evaluate law firms by considering a number of factors including reputation and client feedback.
It is therefore an honour to be featured among the elite chambers in Essex, a testament to our strong work ethic and commitment to our clients.
In addition to this prestigious accolade, four barristers at Trinity Chambers have been recognised for their individual expertise. Andrew Bailey, Tina Harrington, Josephine Spratt-Da…
Never one to dodge an argument, Janet Bettle (barrister in all aspects of family law) has attracted controversy for an uncompromising article published in Family Law Week.
In “With this diode, I thee wed”: Marrying robots and what this tells us about 21st century marriage, Janet collaborated with Jonathan Herring, Professor of Law at Exeter College, University of Oxford to examine the nature of marriage and how it may evolve.
Dan Cashman tweeted that the article made for ‘uncomfortable reading’; the Catholic organization the Iona Institute criticised the article. Salvomag said the question raised was ‘intriguing’ and predicted that ‘Once social robots do become mainstream, it will also only be a matter of time before someone wishes to challenge the laws that might prevent a person marrying their robot companion.’
What’s all t…