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Lord Phillips and Sir Christopher Clarke discuss their reminiscences of Brick Court, the bar and their experience in the field of public inquiries

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Secretary of State for Health v Servier Laboratories: Supreme Court panel of 7 affirms OBG v Allan on the unlawful means tort

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Supreme Court rules that service through diplomatic channels is the mandatory and exclusive method of service against States

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Privy Council tames the unruly “Public policy” horse

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BVI Commercial Court sets aside ex parte orders obtained against Pakistan in US$6 billion ICSID claim

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LCD contribution claim should be heard in the Far East

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JP Morgan ordered to give disclosure of US-held compliance documents

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30 Jul 2021

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29 Jul 2021

Students from @IntoUniversity and @suttontrust have just had a successful day of recording episodes in Brick Court's centenary podcast series focusing on pathways into law careers, with students interviewing members of chambers. Look out for these programmes in the autumn...

28 Jul 2021

Members of Brick Court provide insight into careers at the Bar for @IntoUniversity and @suttontrust:…

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Since it was established in 1921, Brick Court Chambers has been home to some of the giants of the Bar. Image: Sir Sydney Kentridge QC