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26th September, 2017

Brian McCluggage appointed to Bar Disciplinary Tribunal

We are pleased to announce that Brian McCluggage has been appointed to sit on the Council of Inns of Court Disciplinary Panel through the Bar Tribunals & Adjudication Service with effect from 13 September 2017. He will sit on disciplinary and fitness to practice panels concerning Barristers subject to charges by the Bar Standards Board.  This is an independent tribunal with the appointment effective for 3 years. Chambers is pleased that Brian has been entrusted with this important role relating to the governance of our profession.



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