Barristers from No5 Chambers speak at Law Society's Junior Lawyers 2013 event
Barristers Victoria Hutton and Hashi Mohamed from No5 Chambers recently gave presentations at the Law Society’s Junior Lawyers International Weekend 2013.
The events took place on 26–28 September 2013 and gave delegates the opportunity to take part in a series of educational seminars and to network with fellow young lawyers from across Europe and the world.
Mohamed spoke about freedom of expression and Hutton gave a talk entitled ‘Deportation and removal: rights, responsibilities and the problems of public perception’.
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