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20th July, 2011

Stephen Hardy appointed Fee-paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal

Chambers is pleased to announce that the Lord Chancellor has appointed Stephen Hardy as a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal. He will be assigned to the Social Entitlement Chamber, to exercise the Social Security and Child Support jurisdiction, based in the Central Region.

Remarking upon his appointment, Dr Hardy said: "I am delighted to accept this part-time judicial appointment and look forward to the challenges ahead which this interesting work will bring".



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