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RT @WeAreAdvocate: (3/3) These fantastic chambers took on #probono in the first two weeks of September: @OneHareCourt @outertemple (2) @p…

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We are sorry to announce that our planned Criminal Team seminar at Aspire on 2 October will not go ahead. We will reschedule the seminar for Spring 2022. https://t.co/Y7TfCrAdJk #PSQB https://t.co/coO05VzuoB

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Harry Dyson starts his second six pupillage today. Harry is now available to be instructed in commercial, chancery, employment, civil fraud, personal injury and criminal matters. #PSQB #secondsixpupil #pupil https://t.co/jgdqAmi0Do

PSQB shortlisted for “Chambers of the Year” at the 2020 Modern Law Awards

For the second year running PSQB have been nominated for “Chambers of the Year” at the 2020 Modern Law Awards.

The short list has been announced in readiness for the Modern Law Awards dinner in Manchester on 6th February 2020.

“Now in their seventh year, the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards were launched to celebrate and identify sparkling talent and success in entrepreneurship, market development, business management and best practice in the modern legal services arena. These exclusive awards reflect the ever-increasing reorganisation, new legal entities and business dynamism of legal service providers since the Legal Services Act came into force.

 The Modern Law Awards offer a unique and timely opportunity to celebrate not only innovative business leaders, but those changing the face of business strategy and development, regulation management and client care throughout the organisation – for both short and long-term gain. Champions in ABSs, new legal entrants and pre-existing law firms that have successfully led engaging, relevant and new strategies for gold-plated services and business growth will be praised in the third of these national awards. The Modern Law Awards are the perfect opportunity for the sector to showcase and set the benchmarks for best practice in the ever diverse, challenging and exciting landscape for the business of law”

Barristers Chambers nominated for the category of Chambers of the Year have demonstrated:

Evidence that the set has consistently performed in a range of disputes and advice

Development/expansion into new/diverse/challenging areas of law and/or involvement in high profile cases

Professional and innovative service delivery that offers clients the highest level of service

Evidence of Pro Bono and Community engagement work

Adoption and implementation of modern business practices in one or more of structure, staffing and organisational processes at the set has consistently performed in a range of disputes and advice

Development/expansion into new/diverse/challenging areas of law and/or involvement in high profile cases