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27 February 2014

Appointments to the Attorney General's panel

Chambers are delighted to announce that two members of chambers have been elevated from the Attorney General’s ‘C’ panel to the ‘B’ panel.

James Rivett, appointed to the ‘C’ panel in 2009, and Jonathan Bremner, appointed to the ‘C’ panel in 2011, will both move to the ‘B’ Panel on 1st March 2014.

Appointments to the panel are made once a year. Candidates must display diversity in their practice and be able to produce outstanding references from a range of clients, peers and the Judiciary relating to both their advisory and advocacy experience.

The five year appointments allow Barristers to act for Government departments, in parallel to maintaining their private practice work.

Chambers currently have 9 Barristers on the AG’s panels.