Jeremy Wright MP Appointed Attorney General

Thu, 24 Jul 2014

No5 Chambers’ is pleased to announce Associate Tenant, Jeremy Wright MP, has been appointed to the post of Attorney General.  Jeremy, who represents the constituency of Kenilworth and Southam, was called to the bar in 1996 and took associate tenancy at No5 Chambers in 1997. Jeremys specialism is criminal law, both prosecution and defence. 

Jeremy was sworn in as Attorney General on Wednesday 23rd July and has also been awarded Queens Counsel status.

Anyone wishing to know more about Jeremy Wright MP and the legal expertise available from No5 Chambers should visit www.no5.com or telephone 0845 210 5555.

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