Monckton Chambers supports CLIPS regime through Chancery Bar Association

03 Dec 2021
William Hooper

At the return date for a freezing injunction granted ex parte, Will Hooper, acting pro bono for the Respondent under the Chancery Bar Litigant in Person Support Scheme (CLIPS), successfully obtained the discharge of the injunction in circumstances where the Applicant had failed to show a real risk of dissipation of the Respondent’s assets. Will also secured a litigant-in-person costs order under CPR r. 46.5 in favour of the Respondent for the Respondent’s work in response to the application; and a costs order in favour of the Access to Justice Foundation under CPR r. 46.7 and s. 194 Legal Services Act 2007.

Monckton Chambers is proud to support the CLIPS regime and its important work in promoting access to justice for all.