Old Square Chambers recently participated in a Mock Tribunal in conjunction with Collyer Bristow, held at their London offices. Mark Sutton QC, Adam Ross and Bruno Gil assisted by both preparing and presenting the Mock Tribunal.
The event was hailed a success by Collyer Bristow’s attendees, and was reported on in The Lawyer.
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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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