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Jake Richards represents the ambulance service in the James Manning Inquest

James Manning, a two year old boy, tragically died following a choking incident at a Butlin’s holiday park on 6th June 2018. An inquest investigating the causes of his death heard evidence from multiple medical experts to explore, amongst other things, issues…

The suspension of prison visits for children during lockdown: was it lawful? Jake Richards writes for The Family Law Journal

Jake Richards was asked by the Family Law Journal to write an essay on the human rights implications of the suspension of prison visits for children during the pandemic.

The article argues that the suspension on prison visits during this period and…

Jake Richards invited to speak at the Association of Surgeons in Training’s Annual Conference (ASiT 2018)

Jake’s interactive talk on ‘Ethics in Surgery: the Surgeon and the law’ will offer practical guidance for surgeons.

Surgeons will be taken through recent developments in the law of medical negligence, including patient consent as set out in Montgomery and case…

9 Gough Chambers congratulates Jake Richards on his tenancy

Jake joins the team as a new tenant today, completing his pupillage. His profile is available here.

Jake Richards represents the family of Emma May at inquest

Jake Richards represented the family of Emma May at an Inquest, regarding her death from overdose of the pain-relief drug tramadol.

Emma died in June 2016, after growing increasingly reliant on and then addicted to tramadol. She leaves behind six children…

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