Outer Temple’s Farhaz Khan is named as acclaimed young barrister by Legal Week
Farhaz Khan of Outer Temple Chambers has been identified by Legal Week as one of the 10 ‘most acclaimed young barristers making their mark’ at the commercial chancery bar.
Legal Week contacted more than 350 solicitors, barristers, QCs and senior clerks to ascertain their views over a four-week period, with more than 200 responses and subsequent follow-up references.
Those recommended were selected from more than 325 recommended junior barristers of 10 years’ call and under from all circuits across England and Wales.
Khan was recognised as a leading barrister in the legal directories for banking and finance, commercial chancery commercial, financial services and pensions.
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