• Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Trinity's Shada Mellor has written an article that has been published in the Hilary Term 2021 edition of The Barrister Magazine.

In the article, entitled "Anti-Social Behaviour Injunctions (ASBIs): A New Practitioner’s Perspective", Shada explores the challenges caused by the gaps she has found as a newly qualified barrister when navigating the ASBI regime, implemented by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

In the article, Shada highlights the difficulties caused by a lack of a framework for the inclusion of positive requirements in ASBIs and the absence of a penalty guideline in the event of breach.

Shada is a member of Trinity's Criminal, Regulatory, Housing and Licensing teams.

The full article can be found here (pages 27 & 28).