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15th October, 2019

Kalsoom Maqsood appointed by the Bar Council

Chambers is delighted to announce the Kalsoom Maqsood has been appointed as a social mobility advocate by the Bar Council.

For further information on Kalsoom's role please click here.

On learning of her appointment Kalsoom said, "I was thrilled to be appointed a Social Mobility Advocate for the Bar Council, and am looking forward to engaging in my new role to encourage and inspire students from non-traditional backgrounds to pursue a career at the Bar."

Kalsoom Maqsood is a barrister specialising in family law. For more details of her practice, please click here.



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