Chris Bright QC shortlisted for Silk of the Year at Chambers Bar Awards 2019

Fri, 06 Sep 2019

The Head of the Clinical Negligence Group at No5 Barristers’ Chambers has been shortlisted for Clinical Negligence Silk of the Year at the Chambers Bar Awards 2019.

Chris Bright QC has a national reputation as a leading clinical negligence and personal injury Silk, specialising in high value cerebral palsy and catastrophic injury claims.

The Chambers Bar Awards recognise and reward distinction in key practice areas. To be shortlisted reflects notable achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service.

CEO and Director of Clerking Tony McDaid said: “These awards are highly regarded within the legal industry and we are delighted that the expertise and dedication of Chris Bright QC has been recognised in this way.

“As head of our Clinical Negligence Group, Chris is widely recognised as a leading talent in his field and is a Silk with a strong national reputation.

“Through his work in complex cerebral palsy, neonatal, catastrophic brain and spinal injury and amputation claims, Chris is seen as first choice for many firms throughout the UK.”

Chris took Silk in 2009 and in the same year was awarded the Birmingham Law Society’s “Barrister of the Year” Award. He is a member of PIBA and regularly lectures to solicitors and medico-legal organisations upon subjects such as litigating cerebral palsy, catastrophic brain/spinal injury and amputation claims.

The 2019 Chambers Bar Awards will be held at The London Hilton on Park Lane on Thursday, 31st October 2019.

Chris Bright QC is Head of the Clinical Negligence Group at No5 Barristers’ Chambers, and is also a member of the Personal Injury Group and Serious Injury Group.

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