Richard Humphreys QC becomes full tenant at No5 Chambers
Richard Humphreys QC, formerly of Francis Taylor Buildings, has accepted an invitation to join the planning and environment law group at No5 Chambers.
Humphreys has been an associate tenant with No5 for some three years and he now becomes a full tenant.
The group currently numbers 30 tenants, practising from four offices: Birmingham, London, Bristol and the East Midlands.
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