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9th April, 2018

Brian McCluggage Appointed to Attorney General's A panel

Chambers are pleased to announce Mr Brian McCluggage has been appointed to the Attorney-General's A Panel for government work. Mr McCluggage will be instructed to deal with the most complex government cases in all kinds of courts and tribunals. Members will often appear against QCs.

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