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28th May, 2020

Catherine Cundy appointed as a fee paid Judge of The Mental Health Tribunal

9 St John Street Chambers are delighted to announce that Catherine Cundy has been appointed as a Fee Paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal (Health, Education and Social Care Chamber) and will sit in the Mental Health Tribunal.

As the position is part time, Catherine will still continue to practice from 9 St John Street Chambers.

Catherine Cundy's Chambers profile can be found here.



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