Louise Whitfield represented straight partners who challenged ban on opposite-sex couples entering civil partnerships.
Liz Dux represented eight of alleged victims of child sexual offences.
Maria Theodoulou acted for Carl Wood, who denied being involved in the Easter heist.
Jonathan Black acted for Michael Halliday, who faced trial in emirate where homosexuality is illegal.
Sheldon Fagelman acted for Carol Ravenscoft, who sued the retailer after she suffered arm injuries.
David McClenaghan acted for a woman who received compensation in the first award of damages in a civil case involving ‘sexting’.
Mathieu Culverhouse acted for a woman with multiple sclerosis in first case in which withdrawal of treatment for a patient has been authorised.
Landsberg won a legal battle against a client who sued her for negligence over advice during divorce proceedings.
Paul Green acted for Anastasia Goncharova, who claims to be the daughter of deceased Kakha Bendukidze.
Acted for three of musician Paul Weller’s children in Associated Newspapers’ most recent appeal against a decision to award them £10,000 in damages.
Nick McAleenan is acting for 2,000 staff at Morrisons after some of their personal details were posted online.
Peter Stefanovic addressed protesters in support of doctors facing a planned 30% income cut and increased hours.
Bozena Michalowska-Howells is acting for owners of vehicles marketed by Volkswagen as low-emission.
Catrin Blake acted for a mother in her case against Somerset County Council.
Solicitor acted for broadcaster Paul Gambaccini, who was arrested in October 2013 for suspected sexual abuse.
Philippa Tuckman is acting for retired military personnel who were administered Lariam while in overseas countries.
Paul Harbour acted for the entrepreneur’s property business on the letting and sale of the Threepenny Bit.
Belinda Walkinshaw won £27,000 for her construction company client from a London council.
Yair Cohen served a harassment injunction on an anonymous online abuser via Instagram.
Germana Lo Iacono-Smith acted for Prato Comune in its interest-rate-swap dispute with Dexia Crediop.
Mitchell Woolf acted for parents in a landmark case in which the court found for a claimants in a social security dispute.
Daniel Godden acted for mother arrested after alerting Ofsted to alleged abuse at her son’s school.
Richard Gifford is acting for 1,500 residents removed from their homes so the US Air Force base at Diego Garcia could be built.
Chris Haan bringing a claim against Foxtons over allegations it charged commissions of up to 33% of a contractor’s fee for repairs and other work.
Angus Westgarth acted for couple who were accused of stealing groceries from skip behind supermarket.
Martin Howe acted for group refused entry to a Wetherspoon’s in London.
Natalie Gamble acted for couple who were tricked into informal surrogacy arrangement.
Louise Curtis acted for workers denied protective award compensation.
Darren White acted for QPR supporters wrongly charged over behaviour at match.
Alison Mafham represented a teenager who could not be convicted of murdering an unborn child.
Jayesh Kunwardia acted for mother of five in appeal against Westminster Council’s decision to make her homeless.
Toby Starr acted for Giedo van der Garde, who was given a contract to race for Sauber.
Yvonne Jefferies acted for client in application to discharge order freezing his assets.
Miles Geffin is acting for Kathleen Wyatt, who is seeking £1.9m from her entrepreneur ex-husband – 23 years after they divorced.
Jeremy Clarke-Williams acted for Met police officer in defamation case against MP and former Conservative party chief whip Andrew Mitchell.
Wiljo Salen acted for woman whose parents reneged on a promise she would inherit their farm.
Diane Rostron acted for parents of ex-footballer who suffered brain damage after collapsing during his debut for the Tottenham Hotspur youth team.
Robert Barham acted in connection with council’s defence of planning permission decision over London communal gardens.
Solicitor Adam Antoszkiw helped quash client’s conviction.