Even in a chambers that has experienced sustained expansion and growth generally over the last 10 years, the personal injury practice group stands out for the growth in its numbers of members, amount of work done and its overall profile.
This practice group now numbers 35 specialists enabling chambers to offer the highest quality of representation at all levels of call — from the most junior members, through to the senior juniors and up to the three silk members of the group. Members are regularly instructed in the highest-value cases and at the level of the appellate courts.
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