DELF Annual Dinner – 27 May 2022

Details of our popular Dinner can be found here. This year, all available tables had been reserved in under 15 minutes. However, tables were held back for those who wish to buy individual seats.

Individual tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 20 April at 10am – please send an email to membership@delf.org.uk, specifying how many seats you would like (at £100 a ticket). Confirmation and invoices will be issued on Thursday 21 April, and payment is due by 29 April.

Numbers are limited and tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please ensure that your membership is up to date so that you can buy tickets.

Invasion of Ukraine

This morning, DELF convened an emergency meeting of its members to discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Following votes at the conclusion of the meeting, we will be taking action in the coming days and weeks to encourage the suspension of all extradition and mutual legal assistance relations between Russia and the UK whilst military aggression is ongoing. Assurances as to compliance with international norms and human rights demonstrably cannot be relied upon. We will continue to work closely with our colleagues across Europe on both domestic and regional initiatives to achieve the same result across Europe, and are looking into the means by which we can support colleagues in Ukraine.

02.03.2022

Part 1 cases post-TCA – 12 May 2022

DELF is delighted to announce that our next education event of the year will be held on 12 May 2022 at Matrix. Members are invited to join our panellists Rebecca Niblock, Ed Grange and Stefan Hyman in interactive group sessions where we will discuss emerging trends in Part 1 cases post-TCA. Full details will be circulated in due course. Please email the DELF Administrator if you would like to attend. This is an event for members only so please don’t forget to renew your membership if you haven’t already done so.

International Officers

We are delighted to announce that the DELF Committee has voted to appoint both Thom Dieben and Alexis Anagnostakis on to the Committee to be our International Representatives. We very much look forward to working with them in the coming months and particularly discussing ways in which DELF can assist its members who live and work outside the UK. 

We also have an international sub-committee, chaired by Mark Summers QC which will get underway this year with the aim of working to further DELF’s profile in Europe and beyond.

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