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  • Bar Sustainability Network Members

    Pendragon Chambers are proud to be members of the Bar Council Sustainability initiative. We understand the importance of everyone working together to make a difference to the future of our planet and would like to share this positive message with friends, colleagues and clients.

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  • In Loving Memory of Martin Bowen

    It is with extreme sadness that Chambers announces the death of Martin Bowen, our Practice Manager, on 7th April. Martin passed away at home, cared for by his wonderful wife Diane with the support of their children and family. Although a dedicated and integral part …

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  • Pendragon Chambers and Covid-19

    Pendragon Chambers and Covid-19 At this unprecedented time all members are up to date with the Guidance from the President of the Family Division and are familiar with the template orders for remote working. We will be using Microsoft Teams (formerly Skype for business), the …

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  • Julian Sidoli latest book

    Julian Sidoli’s latest book has been published

    Julian Sidoli’s latest book has been published

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  • “Lack of Functionality is Not Disrepair”

    A new article by Julian Sidoli deals with the question of what constitutes repair in Dilapidations claims which has just been published in the latest edition of The Landlord and Tenant Review.

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    Julian Sidoli’s latest publication

    Julian Sidoli’s latest publication “Assignment, Parting with Possession and Unreasonably Withholding Consent” has been published in the Landlord and Tenant Review.

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  • Julian Sidoli – Break Notices and Limited Partnerships

    Julian Sidoli has just had an article “Break Notices and Limited Partnerships” published in Landlord and Tenant Review, Volume 21.2.64-67

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  • Pall Newman on Welsh Government NPS civil advocacy panel

    Congratulations to Paul Newman who has been accepted to sit Welsh Government NPS civil advocacy panel.

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    Julian Sidoli’s latest book on Housing Law has just been published

    Julian accepts instructions in all areas of housing and property law.

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  • Julian Sidoli has just been published

    Julian Sidoli has just been published in the book chapter entitled “Informal Housing – Plurality in the City” published in ‘Law between Buildings: Emergent Global Perspectives in Urban Law’ edited by Nisha Mistry and Nestor Davidson and published by Routledge.

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  • Julian Sidoli published article

    Julian Sidoli’s latest article is published today in the Landlord and Tenant Review (Volume 20, Issue 5). Entitled ‘Address for Service and Surrender by Operation of Law’ the article deals with the recent High Court decision in Levett-Dunn v NHS Property Services and explores the …

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  • Gorwel think tank

    TELLING, UN-TELLING AND RE-TELLING THE STORY OF CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN WALES Jane Williams, Associate Professor at the College of Law and Criminology, Swansea University ‘Telling, un-telling and re-telling the story of children’s rights in Wales’ Tuesday 12th January 2016 at 6.30 pm, National Assembly for Wales, …

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  • Julian Sidoli del Ceno published paper

    Julian Sidoli del Ceno has recently published a paper in the Journal of Housing Law (18(5), 96-101) entitled “Costs, conditions and consultations: recent developments in selective licensing” that discusses  the Selective Licensing of Houses (Additional Conditions) (England) Order 2015 (SI 2015/977) and the recent cases of R. (on the …

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  • Lord Judge’s talk

    With 2015 marking the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta, Welsh think tank, Gorwel has invited the former Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, to deliver a public lecture on Magna Carta at the National Assembly for Wales (committee room 21). Lord Judge will …

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  • John Dylan Brooks as a Salaried Judge

    Pendragon Chambers is delighted to share the following news: “The Senior President of Tribunals, the Right Honourable Lord Justice Sullivan, has appointed John Dylan Brooks as a Salaried Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, assigned to the Tax Chamber. He will be based at the Royal …

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  • Legal Wales Conference 2015

    Paul Newman has accepted an invitation to speak at the Legal Wales Conference 2015 at the SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff on 9 October 2015. Paul will speak on mediation. He joins a distinguished panel of speakers, which includes The Rt. Hon. Lady Clark of Calton, Senator …

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  • Paul Newman’s Arbrix invitation

    Paul Newman, has accepted Arbrix’s invitation to appear as guest speaker at their conference dinner in Cardiff on Friday 23 October 2015. Arbrix is a specialist group http://www.arbrix.org/ of leading surveyors, who act as construction arbitrators, handling some of the heaviest disputes in the UK …

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  • Julian’ published article

    Julian Sidoli del Ceno has recently had the following article published ‘Selective Licensing – Challenging the Consultation Process’ in The Landlord and Tenant Review, Vol 19, issue 5. Landlord and Tenant Review – 1365-8018 – SWEET & MAXWELL – http://www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/Catalogue/ProductDetails.aspx?productid=6787&recordid=379

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  • Julian’s keynote address

    Julian has been invited to give the keynote address on the subject of the English law of nuisance and property at La Sapienza University Rome. Take a look at the conference leaflet

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