This page contains an index listing of news items published by Blackstone Chambers. 

  • The Equality and Human Rights Commission's Legal Panel

    Five Blackstone Chambers barristers have been appointed to this panel: Monica Carss-Frisk QC, Kate Gallafent QC, Ben Jaffey, Tom Hickman and Jason Pobjoy.

    04 Mar 15

  • Commercial Barrister 5+ Years Call Recruitment

    Blackstone Chambers invites applications for tenancy from junior barristers with a specialist commercial practice.

    20 Feb 15

  • Symposium on Constitutional Reform in Myanmar

    Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC and Naina Patel have just returned from hosting a Symposium on Constitutional Reform for Members of both Houses of the Myanmar Parliament.

    09 Feb 15

  • WARNING – Fraud/advanced fee fraud

    We have been advised that a number of financial “scams” may have been utilising information from this website falsely and without authorisation.

    02 Feb 15

  • Prestigious Award for Harish Salve SA

    Harish Salve SA has been awarded one of India’s highest awards, the Padma Bhushan.

    26 Jan 15

  • Two New Silks

    Blackstone Chambers is delighted to announce that Andreas Gledhill and Andy George have been appointed Queen's Counsel in the new silk appointments announced on 13th January 2015.  The barristers, who will formally be appointed as silks on 16th February 2015, are highly ranked in their key practice areas in Chambers UK 2015 and Legal 500 2014.

    15 Jan 15

  • Charles Flint QC advises Treasury on Enforcement Review

    Charles Flint QC advised HM Treasury on its review of enforcement decision making at the financial services regulators, which has now been concluded. 

    19 Dec 14

  • Andrew Scott named one of Legal Week's Stars at the Bar 2014

    Andrew Scott is one of the ten selected 'most promising commercial and Chancery junior barristers recognised for their exceptional abilities' in this year's Legal Week selection from more than 350 candidates.

    21 Nov 14

  • Blackstone Chambers Sanctions Seminar Film (1.5 CPD hours)

    A film of the recent Blackstone Chambers’ seminar, “Sanctions: compliance, survival and challenges”, worth 1.5 CPD hours, is available by contacting Marissa Harrison.  A ‘taster clip’ can be viewed by copying this link into your url:

    03 Nov 14

  • Building the Rule of Law in Helmand, Testing the Bingham Principles

    On Friday, 24 October 2014, London-based independent research institute, the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law published a new working paper, “Building the Rule of Law in Helmand: Testing the Bingham Principles”, authored by Naina Patel, its Director of Education and Training.

    27 Oct 14

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