Leo Charalambides joins Kings Chambers to further strengthen licensing team
Kings Chambers has announced the addition of Leo Charalambides as an associate tenant to provide further strength to its licensing team.
Charalambides was called to the Bar in 1998 and has been involved in a number of groundbreaking cases with a range of licensing issues.
He is particularly renowned for his knowledge of sex establishment licensing. He advises trade clients, local authorities, police and other interested parties.
In addition, Charalambides has been crucial to developing the Institute of Licensing’s Journal of Licensing, acting as editor since the first edition in 2011.
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