Joseph Markus appointed to EHRC Panel of Counsel

3 March 2015

Joseph Markus has been appointed to the England and Wales “C” list Panel of Counsel with effect from 2nd March 2015 for a term of up to 4 years. The EHRC has A, B and C panels and appointment to the panel is the result of an open competition.

Members of the Commission’s panel of counsel are now the preferred providers of external legal services, including representation and advice, supporting the work of the EHRC across the equality and human rights spheres.

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