16 June 2014
Rob Booth, in-house solicitor at the Crown Estate, the body responsible for managing property owned by the Crown, has been appointed head of legal. Booth, who joined the Crown Estate from City firm Herbert Smith Freehills, replaces outgoing head of legal Alex Peeke.
Temporary measure was introduced to address delays to jury trials caused by the pandemic.
Joint Committee on Human Rights concerned peaceful protesters at risk of being jailed for a year.
Sentences for sexual misconduct have negatively affected public confidence over past three years, says Bar Council.
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