14 August 2015
Jude Lanchin, Associate, Criminal Law Team at Bindmans LLP, discusses sentencing for cannabis production following reports of a 16% drop in police raids on cannabis houses and ‘farms’. The interview originally aired on Thursday 13 August 2015 on the Victoria Derbyshire show on BBC Two.
24 July 2015
The TTIP. Is it a modern day Magna Carta, but for business, and where will it leave citizens' rights?
Watch our recent debate on the The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), chaired by Joshua Rozenberg. You'll hear from our panel of speakers on the issues surrounding this controversial subject.
The Panel: Jacqueline Minor (Head of the European Commission’s Representation in the UK); Antonios Tzanakopoulos (Associate Professor of Public International Law, University of Oxford); Allie Renison (Head of Europe & Trade Policy, Institute of Directors); and Nick Dearden (Director, Global Justice Now).
This video was produced by UCL Faculty of Laws.
23 June 2015
Alex Elliott, the teenager at the centre of a fight between University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and his parents about whether he should continue to be given life preserving treatment died in June 2015. Laura Hobey-Hamsher of Bindmans LLP represented Mr Elliott's father speaks to BBC1 South News.
10 March 2015
Farhana Shahzady, Partner of Bindmans LLP speaks to George Clarke - The Restoration Man about ransom strips. Farhana discusses the purpose of ransom strips, costs involved and the legal implications property developers are advised to consider.
10 December 2014
Saimo Chahal QC (Hon) features in a report on Islam Channel TV which discusses the CIA torture report. The Senate Select Committee's report was released earlier this week and reveals details of torture used by the USA following 9/11.
3 December 2013
Bindmans lawyer Jessica Skinns comments on Channel 5 News on the CPS’ new guidelines on child abuse cases.