7th August, 2020

Nigel Booth takes up position at the University of Law in Manchester

On 1st September 2020 Nigel Booth will be taking up a position at the University of Law in Manchester tutoring criminal litigation, evidence and sentencing on the Bar Vocational Course.

Whilst Nigel will be accepting no new instructions during his time at the University, he will remain a Member of Chambers. At 9 St John Street we are delighted that Nigel has the opportunity to pursue this new direction in his legal career.

We look forward to his continued association with Chambers.



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