Camilla Draycott accepts tenancy on completion of pupillage

Fri, 15 Nov 2019

The Business & Property Group at No5 Barristers' Chambers are delighted to announce that Camilla Draycott (2015 call) has accepted tenancy after successfully completing her pupillage.

Camilla has a wide experience of commercial matters, including contractual disputes relating to companies, small business, informal agreements, PFI and financial disputes arising out of the Madoff litigation, and applications such as Bankers Trust orders and freezing injunctions. Camilla also has experience in Insolvency, Company, Real Estate and Inheritance Disputes, Wills Trusts & Estates.

Please click here to view Camilla’s profile for further information on her practice.

Mohammed Zaman QC, Head of the Business and Property Group, said: “I am very pleased that Camilla has joined No5. The Business and Property Group at No5 continues to grow from strength to strength and Camilla is a great addition to the excellent counsel that we are able to offer.”

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