FOUR new Silks at No5 Chambers

Wed, 02 Mar 2011

No5 Chambers is pleased to announce that 4 members of this leading barrister’s chambers have been appointed Queen’s Counsel, bringing the total number of QCs at No5 to 27.
Three of the four, Adrian Keeling, Simon Drew and Michael Duck, have particular expertise in Criminal Law, while David Lock heads the No5 Chambers’ Public Law group. 
Among them, the newly appointed QCs have over 90 years’ experience at the Bar and have conducted many high profile cases. 
No5 Practice Director, Tony McDaid, comments: 
“I should like to congratulate Adrian, David, Michael and Simon on deservedly being appointed to being Queen’s Counsel. All 4 of our new QCs are leaders in their fields of law and are greatly respected by their clients. They have appeared in a wide range of nationally leading cases in recent years and well deserve this recognition.
The QC selection process requires candidate to demonstrate a wide range of legal and personal skills. 
All of our new silks are generous with their expertise, regularly sharing their knowledge at seminars and lectures for the benefit of future members of the legal profession and associated bodies as well as authoring relevant legal works.
I am delighted to welcome them to the growing family of QCs we have at No5 Chambers and I look forward to their continuing contributions to the development and evolution of the law.” 

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