2018 Autumn Training Day – To what extent should litigants in person be treated differently? Rahul Varma, Selborne Chambers

 

TO WHAT EXTENT SHOULD LITIGANTS IN PERSON BE TREATED DIFFERENTLY?

  • Re Barton v Wright Hassall LLP [2018] UKSC

 

A presentation to The Property Litigation Association Autumn Training Day in London on 8 November 2018

by Rahul Varma, Selborne Chambers

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Rahul Varma is a barrister at Selborne Chambers. His broad range of property, commercial, and insolvency work sees him regularly appear in the High Court, County Court, Property Chamber, and various ADR forums.

Further to his practice, Rahul has written for The Estates Gazette and The Law Society’s Property in Practice magazine, and given seminars for Practical Law and The Inn Group. He co-edits the ‘Sale of Land’ volume of the Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents for LexisNexis with colleagues at Selborne.

Rahul sits on the Chancery Bar Association’s Pro Bono Sub-Committee, which runs the Chancery Bar Litigant in Person Support Scheme (‘CLiPS’). He also interviews scholarship candidates for The Inner Temple, and is a member of the Inn’s Qualifying Sessions Sub-Committee.

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