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Birmingham’s St Philip’s Chambers has scooped a senior barrister from premier insolvency set 3-4 South Square.
Sandra Bristoll’s move to St Philip’s is a major coup for the 142-tenant Midlands set which is growing its commercial group, led by its head of chambers, John Randall QC.
Bristoll is making the leap after 14 years at 3-4 South Square due to “family reasons”. However she will retain an “associate” membership post at 3-4 South Square.
The barrister has acted in several key administrations, including Polly Peck and Barings. She was also a member of the Department of Trade and Industry’s treasury B panel from 1994 to 2001, specialising in director disqualifications.