The aim of the awards is to recognise, reward and celebrate both sets’ and individual barristers’ pre – eminence in key practice areas. The awards are based on Chambers and Partners’ research for the 2020 edition of Chambers UK Bar and reflect notable achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service.
Chambers and Partners describes Michael Rawlinson QC as a “Highly respected silk who acts for claimants and defendants in a variety of complex claims, including military and industrial disease cases. He is adept at contending with high-profile claims brought by single and group litigants, and has expertise in a variety of areas, from illnesses caused by asbestos and radiation exposure to disability resulting from abuse.”"He's at the forefront of claimant mesothelioma work – he's inventive and is always looking for the angle to push issues on.""He works extremely hard and has a good eye for detail."
The awards were presented at a ceremony at the London Hilton on 31 October 2019. For more information go to https://chambers.com/events/chambers-uk-bar-awards-2019.
Chief Clerk Steve Loxton commented; “this is a greatly deserved endorsement of Michael’s pre-eminent reputation at the Personal Injury Bar. We are all very proud of Michael and congratulate him on receiving this award.”
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