An interview for LexisNexis with Mary O'Rourke QC and Nadia Motraghi.
As counsel for the claimants in Johnson v Nursing and Midwifery Council, Mary O'Rourke QC and Nadia Motraghi, barristers at Old Square Chambers, offer their insight into the case, which even the judge made clear was a textbook example of how a professional disciplinary case should not be run.
The ‘capable, efficient, and helpful’ clerks’ room provides ‘a service-orientated approach and goes above and beyond in trying to ensure you have the right barrister for the job ; you have the utmost confidence in the clerking.”
‘an extremely approachable set of chambers which puts a premium on service delivery.’
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