17th October, 2023

Greg Lawton joins Chambers as a tenant

Chambers congratulates Greg Lawton on his successful pupillage. Greg said: “I am delighted to be starting tenancy at 9 St John Street Chambers, as part of the Business and Property group. It is an honour to join an experienced and formidable team.”

His pupil supervisor, Andrew Clark commented: “Greg has undertaken his work during pupillage to a very high standard and shown considerable ability. I am very pleased that he has accepted the offer of tenancy as part of the Business and Property Group.”

Welcome to Chambers, Greg!

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