It’s a busy summer ahead for the Serle Court’s business development and marketing team, writes Shana Garioch and Charlotte Davidson.
Serle Court is heading for a busy summer with many events, awards, and announcements on the way. This month alone, Serle Court took part in over 20 events, including in-house seminars, domestic and international conferences as well as business development regional visits. Chambers welcomed a further barrister to its portfolio, Harry Martin. Harry has a busy junior practice specialising in Chancery, Commercial Chancery and Art and Cultural Property work. Welcome to the team, Harry. Chambers also said farewell to Steve Whitaker, who recently retired after his 48 memorable years in chambers. Serle Court will be hosting a summer barbeque at Lincoln’s Inn Terrace on Tuesday, 20th June to celebrate.
Serle Court members and staff are returning to New York for its 6th International Trusts and Commercial Litigation Conference in 2023. The event will take place at the iconic Rainbow Room positioned on the 65th floor of the Rockefeller Center. The team is looking forward to welcoming clients, friends and colleagues from all over the globe on Monday 6th November.
On 22nd June, members of chambers will welcome friends, colleagues and clients to The MCC Museum, Lord’s Cricket Ground, the world’s oldest sporting museum, for a cultural evening; ‘Diversity in Cricket: two Jewish Internationals tell their stories’. This event, which has been planned by Serle Court’s EDI committee and marketing team, is an opportunity to view a new exhibition at the MCC Museum, which, for the very first time, tells the story of the Jewish community’s relationship with cricket. The exhibition, the first in a new Community Gallery, has been curated jointly by Daniel Lightman KC and Zaki Cooper (the co-authors of the acclaimed book Cricket Grounds from the Air).
Serle Court is delighted to announce the upcoming ‘Property in Practice’ series, which will be presented as breakfast briefings in chambers, with the first session on Thursday, 29 June, with Michael Walsh telling clients all they need to know about rooftop developments.
Serle Court has been shortlisted for ‘Set of the Year’ at the Chambers High Net Worth Awards 2023, and Stephanie Thompson has also been shortlisted for the ‘Junior Under 10 Years’ Call’ award. Stephanie has a broad commercial chancery practice with a focus on civil fraud, offshore trust litigation and domestic trust and probate litigation.
Serle Court’s barristers have released an updated programme of seminar and webinar topics. The full programme which covers titles for discussion across all areas of chancery commercial practice is available to download on the website, and is designed to assist client firms, and PSLs with planning their knowledge and learning programmes.
Serle Court will be taking part in the annual London Legal Walk 2023. For nearly twenty years, the London Legal Walk has brought together the legal community to support free legal advice services on the frontline. With the cost-of-living crisis, the need for legal aid with debt, benefits, housing, asylum, and domestic violence is now greater than ever. It is also one of the legal world’s most well-attended and popular events, no doubt aided by the (hopefully) summer weather!
Shana Garioch is Marketing Manager and Charlotte Davidson the Business Development Director at Serle Court. For more information on Serle Court Business Development activities and events, please contact email@example.com.