Three No5 Barristers Appointed as Panel Members to the Crown

Fri, 03 Jul 2015

No5 Chambers is pleased to announce that three members have been appointed as Panel members to the Crown.

Richard Kimblin, member of the Planning and Environment and Regulatory and Licensing Groups, will join the A Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown. Shakil Najib, member of the Commercial and Public Law Groups, and Paul Joseph, member of the Commercial and Chancery Group, have both been appointed to the B Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown.

The government relies on the Panels for advice and representation. Competition for places on the Panel is fierce, and candidates of the highest quality are selected.

All appointments will begin on 1st September 2015 for 5 years.

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