With a wide range of relevant knowledge, skills, and resources, our team share their insights on issues that matter to us and our clients.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse (IICSA), publishes an overarching final report into its findings and recommendations.
Has the acceptance of the barristers’ pay deal prevented the criminal justice system from tipping over the cliff edge, for now?
We are excited to announce that Leverets is expanding its footprint, opening an office in Canterbury, to complement the existing team based in Sevenoaks.
Daylight Raab-ery – Criminal Barristers Strike Back Against Existential Crisis Threatening to Permanently Damage their Profession
Victims of the infected blood scandal suffered “incredibly bad luck”. Can the biggest NHS treatment disaster be reduced to such simple terms?
Rupert and Steph reflect on the Leverets journey so far. We’d love to know your thoughts on our blockbuster video, shot in the autumnal Kent countryside.
Last-ditch talks failed to resolve what has become an increasingly bitter dispute over pay, pensions, jobs and working conditions.
The ‘Wagatha Christie’ and Depp v Heard trials hinged on the value of reputation; why have they both backfired so spectacularly?
Although the game didn’t end as the Suns would have wanted, it was a game to be very proud of – an historic day for women’s basketball.
So, what are eSignatures and what is the current best practice for using them? The Leverets team can provide clarity and guide you through the process.
Over 50 fines have been handed out to those attending Covid rule-breaking gatherings… What are Fixed Penalty Notices for and how are they enforced?
The International Criminal Court has announced an investigation into Russia’s conduct in Ukraine as the invasion continues and more atrocities are alleged.
Rural yet connected. The market town of Sevenoaks has been named as the best place to live in the south east. We tend to agree.
The Inquiry will set out to establish a trusted and verified narrative around the events of the pandemic; what went wrong and what lessons can be learned.
As the conflict in Ukraine has developed, so too have the sanctions imposed upon Russian entities and individuals by many governments of the world.
736 sub-postmasters and mistresses were wrongly accused of theft, fraud, and false accounting between 2000 and 2014.
Charity Commission report undermines central features of the High Court’s judgment and poses far reaching implications
As a life-long sports fan and proud Man of Kent, I am delighted that Leverets is sponsoring the highly successful Sevenoaks Suns Women’s Basketball Club.
Leverets and Danny Friedman QC, of Matrix Chambers, represented Lord Janner’s daughters, Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner and Marion Janner MBE, at IICSA.
The failed Keeping Kids Company trial, and the attempt to disqualify the former company directors, remains in the news headlines as the costs of the legal case are disclosed.