Nageena Khalique QC Joins The Team For The Families: Birmingham Pub Bombings - Inquest

Tue, 05 Apr 2016

The Senior Coroner for Birmingham and Solihull, Mrs Louise Hunt, is due to reconvene a hearing on Wednesday, April 6 to receive requested evidence and disclosures regarding the Birmingham Pub Bombings. Joining the team of lawyers working with the Justice for the 21 Campaign are Nageena Khalique QC from No5 Chambers

Miss Khalique QC is Deputy Head of Chambers at No5, where she is also Head of the Public Law Group, the Court of Protection Group and the Inquests, Public Inquiries and Coronial Law Group.She was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2015 having been called to the bar in 1994.

Miss Khalique said: “No5 Chambers is committed to helping the families who lost their loved ones in such tragic circumstances and to finally get justice after so many years of searching for answers.

“We are pleased to be working closely with leading lawyers from KRW LAW LLP and the Justice for the 21 Campaign in their search for the truth, justice and accountability through the inquest process. This is in the interest of the wider community of Birmingham and something close to all our hearts.”

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