News

1st July, 2015

New Members

Chambers are delighted to welcome five new members of chambers, all formerly of St. James' Chambers; James Hurd, David Calvert, Christopher Taft, Joseph Mulderig and Michael O'Neill.

James Hurd specialises in Personal Injury, Insurance Fraud and Employment Law and is also on the Attorney General’s Provincial Panel.

David Calvert specialises in Personal Injury, Insurance Fraud and Employment Law.

Chris Taft specialises in Personal Injury, Insurance Fraud and Employment Law and is also on the Attorney General’s Provincial Panel.

Joseph Mulderig specialises in Personal Injury and Insurance Fraud.

Michael O'Neill specialsises in Personal Injury, Insurance Fraud and Employment Law.



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