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Crown Office Chambers shortlisted for Legal 500 UK Awards 2020

News | 27th Nov 2019

We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for The Legal 500 UK 2020 Awards in the following areas: Silk of the year – Andrew Rigney QC, Construction and Energy Silk of the year – David Platt QC, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Junior of the year – Catherine Foster, Personal Injury and Clinical […]

Crown Office Chambers feature in three of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2019

News | 18th Jan 2019

The Lawyer published its Top 20 cases for 2019 on the 14th January. 7 Crown Office Chambers members are mentioned in 3 of the highlighted cases: Goldscheider V Royal Opera House (Court of Appeal, week commencing 18 March) The Royal Opera House launched an appeal against violist Chris Goldscheider that will reach court in March […]

Goldscheider v Royal Opera House: Defendant granted permission to appeal on all issues

News | 24th Oct 2018

The Defendant has been given permission to appeal by Hamblen LJ on all issues of breach of duty and medical causation in this seminal noise exposure case, in which it is alleged that a viola player sustained catastrophic acoustic injury during a rehearsal of Wagner’s Ring Cycle. The case raises important issues as to the […]

X Children v Minister for Health & Social Services #2

News | 16th Jul 2018

David Platt QC has been retained as advisory counsel for child abuse victims in Jersey who are suing the Minister for Health & Social Services for £238 million. He is assisting Advocate David Benest of BCR Legal in X Children v the Minister for Health. The trial is scheduled to last some 8 weeks and […]

X Children v Minister for Health & Social Services

News | 14th Jun 2018

David Platt QC commences the largest personal injury claim in British legal history as child abuse victims in Jersey sue the Minister for Health & Social Services for £238 million. He is retained as leading advisory counsel to BCR Law in Jersey to assist Advocate David Benest in X Children v the Minister for Health. […]


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