Jo Delahunty QC instructed on Hillsborough Inquest
Chambers are pleased to announce that Jo Delahunty QC has been instructed on the Hillsborough inquest by Marcia Willis Stewart of Birnberg Peirce and Partners, who represents family members of 74 of the 96 victims.
Alistair Perkins & Hassan Khan pleased to announce that their appeal to the Supreme Court In the matter of A (Children) (AP) was sucessful
On appeal from the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) (England and Wales). Alistair and Hassan were instructed by Anne-Marie Hutchinson OBE and Wendy Ramus of Dawson Cornwell Solicitors.
President commends Christopher Hames for Pro Bono work
The President delivered judgment in HM Solicitor-General –v-Jones on 21st August 2013. In dismissing the application to commit Mrs Jones who was represented pro bono by Christopher Hames of 4 PB the President said:
Chambers & Partners Awards 2013
Chambers is delighted that Jo Delahunty QC has been nominated for the Chambers and Partners 2013 Silk of the Year award and that 4PB has been nominated for the Chambers of the Year award.
We are delighted to announce that Maeve O’Rourke has won the Pro Bono Lawyer of the year in the Jordans Family Law Awards 2013
Re A & L (Children) 
Andrew Powell represented the same sex applicants Re A & L (Children)  EWHC 2328 (Fam) (instructed by Dawson Cornwell) before Mrs Justice Theis.
The case concerned a same sex couple who sought parental orders where the surrogate was acting altruistically in California. The court took the view that in such circumstances it needed to adopt a more holistic approach in scrutinising the wider payments in the case, which also included payments made to the surrogacy agency.