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Hasina Vail
Well done to Katrina Musgrove of Key Chambers in deftly handling a difficult case and achieving a modest sentence for her client who pleaded guilty to recklessly inflicting grievous bodily harm and common assault:   https://courts.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/1356781/Bailey.pdf
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Hot off the press: well done to James Sabharwal of Key Chambers in achieving acquittal for his client in the much publicised Beowulf trial: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6036797/beowulfs-found-not-guilty-of-murdering-family-matriarch/?cs=14329
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Congratulations Josie Dempster of Key Chambers on being a finalist in this year’s 30 Under 30 awards! Very well deserved. Good luck Josie!   See all the finalists here
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A good result for the plaintiff in Steed v McDougall [2019] ACTSC 36 represented by Anthony Black SC and Dan Crowe of Key Chambers. A useful reminder that the duties a driver owes to other road users must contemplate the possibility of their carelessness, and an illustration of the close analysis of facts required to...
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Key Chambers is proud to be the Canberra host for Australian Disputes Centre’s simulcast seminar on International Commercial Arbitration in Practice on 21 March 2019.  
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We’re delighted to kick off our CPD Seminar Series 2019 later this month. Katrina Musgrove and Wayne Sharwood will talk about Family Provision and Estate Administration. Spaces are limited so book early! https://lnkd.in/fSZzCxA   
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