Michael Duck QC Appointed as Director of the International Law Committee of the CBA

Wed, 31 Jul 2013

Michael Duck QC has recently been appointed as 'Director of the International Law Committee' of the Criminal Bar Association, No.5 Chambers is delighted to announce. Michael said he "intends to use his new position to forge  productive and enduring links with lawyers' associations worldwide.

Michael Duck QC has been a member of the Crime Group for many years and specialises in serious crime and has done so for approximately 20 years. In addition to his Crown Court/Court of Appeal practice Michael has a strong reputation in the field of police disciplinary work and the representation of private clients in the most serious road traffic matters e.g manslaughter and causing death by dangerous driving. Clients, both lay and professional, consistently comment upon Michael’s down to earth approach and his engaging manner.

To view Michael Duck QC CVs please click here. 


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