Three No5 Members Shortlisted for Birmingham Law Society Awards 2016

Thu, 04 Feb 2016

Three No5 Barristers have been shortlisted for Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards 2016.

All three barristers are shortlisted for Birmingham Law Society's 'Barrister of the Year 2016' accolade. Mark Anderson QC, newly appointed Head of Chambers, is a leading specialist in commercial dispute resolution and professional liability as well as being authorised to sit as a Deputy High Court Judge. Michael Duck QC is a leading silk for No5's Criminal Group and Vinesh Mandalia, a leading junior for No5's Public Law and Immigration Groups.

The Legal Awards are now in their 15th year. This year’s ceremony will be held at the ICC in Birmingham on Thursday 21st April, when the winners will be announced.

The full shortlist can be found on the Birmingham Law Society website

Click here to view the profiles of Mark Anderson QC, Michael Duck QC and Vinesh Mandalia

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