Clerks’ Blogs

Notice of Intended Prosecution

Received an NIP? Check whether its valid

How to check your Notice of Intended Prosecution: If you have been given, or have received a Notice of Intended
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63% of the public do not believe legal advice is an affordable option for ordinary people

Bar Standards Board Risk Outlook 2016 Review

Hi, we would like to take two minutes to tell you about how we operate at ShenSmith Barristers and just
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ShenSmith Updates March 2016 – Robina Omar & Karishma Vora

Busy week with ShenSmith Barristers and our Direct Access offering moving forward. We're delighted to announce this week, we've had
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Banking matters and Private Prosecution

We've had a huge amount of dialogue and discussion with people affected by banking matters and issues. So what does
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Referencing guidance for business from ShenSmith Barristers

Litigation Barristers from ShenSmith Barristers

Hi, I am Jonanthan Maskew, one of the directors and co-founder of ShenSmith Barristers. One of the aims for 2016
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Family and Divorce Matters – a barrister can help

 At ShenSmith Barristers, we are currently having a huge influence of Direct Access enquiries with family, divorce, and children matters.Why
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ShenSmith Barristers

(for Barristers) – Joining ShenSmith Barristers

 Hi, we're looking to add to the ShenSmith fold of Direct Access barristers over the next 6 to 9 months.
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2016-2019 strategic plan - Bar Standards Board Consultation

ShenSmith meet with the Bar Standards Board about the 2016-2019 Strategic Plan

Following a positive meeting with the Bar Standards Board, we'd like to take the opportunity just to express our thoughts
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Top Tips for a Successful Direct Access Practice - Bar Council, ShenSmith Barristers

Recap: Top Tips for a Successful Direct Access Practice – at Bar Council offices

Hi, quick catch up from ShenSmith Barristers, following yesterday's hugely successful and well-attended event at the Bar Council offices –
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Neighbour building without planning permission?

There are some circumstances, where even though the matter of a planning application has been unsuccessful from your neighbour, they carry
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Types of Planning Matters

Some of the cases that come through to our planning barristers involve boundary disputes, as to who is responsible; shared drive
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30mph speed limit - ShenSmith Barristers

Speed limit?

Ken was driving back to his home to Guildford one evening after working on a building site in Surbiton covering
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Rogue Landlords

Katie and Stephanie moved into a city centre apartment in summer 2014 on a 12 month contract through a small
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Christmas Consumer Shopping

Know your Consumer Rights: Beat the Christmas Blues

As we approach the last few days of November the festive season dawns upon us; Christmas lights and decorations are
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