08 March 2017 at 09:22 BST

7BR adds five new barristers

Multi-disciplinary barristers' chambers 7BR, has announced significant additions to the set with five new barristers and the appointment of a new Senior Clerk to the Criminal Law team.

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Public Law Barrister Richard Clayton QC and Lee Parkhill have joined 7BR from 4-5 Gray's Inn Square, significantly strengthening the set’s public law capabilities. Bolstering 7BR’s other key areas of practice Vincent Coughlin QC has joined the criminal law team from 4 Breams Buildings; Nick Jack has joined the family team from Fenners Chambers and Liam Ryan has joined the clinical negligence and personal injury team from Ely Place Chambers.  In addition, Steven Wright, formerly of Three Raymond Buildings, has been appointed as Senior Clerk to the criminal law team.

Planning growth

Rachel Holmes, Chief Executive of 7BR, who joined the chambers last summer, commented: ‘As one of the leading multi-disciplinary sets, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with a collection of specialists across a broad range of legal practice areas.  The barristers who have joined further strengthen and reinforce that standing in the market and are part of our wider future growth plans.’

About 7BR

7BR is a multi-disciplinary barristers’ chambers with 86 members, including 16 QCs and members practice in public law, criminal law, clinical negligence and personal injury, child and family law, commercial law, employment law, complex fraud, offshore and international, product liability, regulatory and professional discipline and sports law. 7BR’s work is international with members of the set having appeared in cases in Hong Kong, Dubai, The Cayman Islands, Turks and Caicos, The Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

 
   
 
 
 

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