Garden Court North Chambers wins The Legal 500 UK Regional Set of the Year 2019 and Regional Bar Junior of the Year 2019

03 Jan 2019

Garden Court North Chambers is delighted to announce its success at The Legal 500 UK 2019 Awards.

The winners were announced today (3rd January 2019) and Chambers has been awarded:
• Regional Bar: Set of the year; and
• Regional Bar: Junior of the year – Kate Stone.

Chambers would like to thank The Legal 500 UK for recognising the work that Chambers undertakes in the areas of Housing, Immigration, Civil and Social Rights, and Criminal Defence and Appeals.

Chambers would like to congratulate Kate Stone for her individual recognition award: Regional Junior of the Year.

The Legal 500 UK carries out many months of thorough research and conducts 70,000 interviews with in-house counsel, law firms and barristers’ chambers in the UK to pin-point the most capable, expert practitioners and firms operating at the top of their game across a number of different business sectors. The awards are unique in the legal industry as they recognise each element of the profession equally, representing the very best law firms, chambers, silks, in-house lawyers, business leaders and general counsel operating within the UK market.

The award ceremony will be held in London on Wednesday 6th February 2019.

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