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30th September, 2011

Chambers ranked again in Legal 500 - 2011 edition

Chambers are once again ranked as one of the Leading Sets on the Northern Circuit of the newly published 2011 edition of 'The Legal 500'.

This year, Paul Gilroy QC, Gillian Irving QC, Nick Hinchliffe QC, Gerard McDermott QC, Nigel Grundy, Joanne Woodward, Joanne Connolly, Ed Morgan, Carlo Breen, Rachel Wedderspoon, Stefan Lewinski, Brian McCluggage, Katie Nowell, Rebecca Eeley, Zoe Thompson, Graham Bailey, Rachael Heppenstall, Sara Lewis, James Fryer Spedding, Andrew Clark, Laura D'cruz, Mike Lemmy, Matthew Snarr, Michael Leeming, Gary Woodall, Louise Brandon, Jaime Hamilton, Nicola Gatto and Peter Cadwallader have all been recognised as Leading Counsel in their particular field.



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