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9th December, 2009

Chambers and Partners 2010

9 St John Street are delighted to announce that Chambers have been recognised in the latest edition of Chambers and Partners as a Leading Set with a special mention to both the Employment and Personal Injury Law Groups. In addition several members have again been recognised as leaders in their field.

The members in particular are:

Employment Law

Paul Gilroy QC, Gerard McDermott QC, Nigel Grundy, Carlo Breen, Ed Morgan, Joanne Woodward, Joanne Connolly, Rachel Wedderspoon, Stefan Brochwicz-Lewinski, Matthew Snarr and Daniel Northall

Personal Injury

Nick Hinchliffe QC, Chris Kennedy and Ian Little

Chancery and Commercial

James Fryer Spedding

Crime

Simon James



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