Three further appointments as counsel to the UK Covid-19 Inquiry Kate Wilson as senior junior counsel. Joseph Hudson and Helena Spector as junior counsel.Park Square Barristers
We are delighted to announce that the Chair of the Inquiry, Baroness Heather Hallett has invited Kate Wilson, as senior junior counsel and Joseph Hudson and Helena Spector as junior counsel to join her legal team to support her with the preparation and delivery of the UK Covid-19 Inquiry’s investigative work. These appointments follow the appointment of Richard Wright Q.C. as Queens Counsel to the Inquiry in May.
The Inquiry Chair has appointed an experienced legal team to support her in fulfilling the Inquiry’s Terms of Reference to consider the impact of the pandemic on the UK and to make recommendations to ensure that the UK is better prepared to respond to any future pandemics.
These deserved appointments stand as testament to chambers reputation as leading the field of Inquests and Inquiries work in the North.
Park Square Barristers is a go-to set for interested persons in inquests, including government departments, police forces, healthcare organisations, local authorities and education bodies. Members additionally act for bereaved families. The set boasts an impressive bench of barristers skilled in the inquests field, with several government panel members and assistant coroners among its roster.’ Chambers & Partners 2022
‘Park Square Barristers is a go-to set for inquest work. The inquests team consists of superbly qualified, often uniquely experienced, barristers dedicated to inquest work. The chambers is able to represent the vast range of interested persons that coroner’s inquiries encompass and as such are able to provide a fully rounded service for anyone needing specialist legal representation in the Coroners Court.’ Legal 500 2022.
Chambers takes the opportunity to congratulate Kate, Joe and Helena on their outstanding achievements.