Old Square Chambers is delighted to announce that John Hendy QC has been honoured with a life peerage and a seat in the House of Lords in Theresa May’s resignation honours, which was announced today.
John was nominated for the life peerage by the Leader of the Labour Party and will become part of the Opposition team.
John will continue to be a member at Old Square Chambers.
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