- Friday, 12 February 2016
A leading criminal defence set that set up an alternative business structure last year has launched a military law practice that has clients being investigated by the Ministry of Defence-funded Iraq Historic Allegations Team.
Tags: Barristers' chambers
Posted in Alternative business structures, Barristers, Latest news, News
- Friday, 7 August 2015
Personal injury specialist Minster Law has signed an exclusive two-year contract with national chambers Clerksroom and Parklane Plowden, to provide barristers for its fast and multi-track cases. Stephen Ward, chief executive of Clerksroom, said he hoped similar contracts would follow.
Tags: Alternative business structures, Barristers' chambers, personal injury
Posted in Alternative business structures, Latest news, Legal Services Act
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