Archive for August, 2016


OldRuin was in chambers today and looking particularly sprightly which was a pleasure to see after all of his health scares last week. “I’ve got a get together with some old chums from the bar this evening. Ever decreasing number they are too, BabyB. Still, OldFatherTime keeps on going regardless.” I told him that I […]

August 31, 2016 · Tim Kevan · 12 Comments
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Blame and claim

Today I had the pleasure of appearing in front of the notorious JudgeLooseCannon.  He’s a gruff northerner who never shies away from showing his disdain for the petty-fogging ways of the southerners who surround him in his surrogate home on the south east of England.  He’s also well know for spouting off on any old subject […]

August 24, 2016 · Tim Kevan · 6 Comments
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My opponent opened his case today with the following words: “This is an appeal from District Judge…” I won’t mention his name and will only go so far as to say that he is notorious enough in the South East that the name JudgeLoooseCannon is not far off. Anyway, the circuit judge hearing the appeal […]

August 17, 2016 · Tim Kevan · 4 Comments
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Today I was involved in a tiny case involving a small road traffic accident.  Which made it all the more surprising that I found myself against a barrister who was fifteen years call and according to the costs schedule was being paid £2,000 for the day compared to my £350. The thing is, it’s not […]

August 10, 2016 · Tim Kevan · 3 Comments
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I was against a lady today who was doing her fifteenth six, poor thing. She changed career aged fifty and since having qualified as a barrister has had more than a little trouble finding a set of barristers which will take her on permanently. ‘I’m not going to give up though, BabyB. I haven’t come […]

August 3, 2016 · Tim Kevan · 2 Comments
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