Kings Chambers is delighted to announce the appointment of four new pupils to chambers.
Mark Howells, Nick Taylor, Shaylla Shabbir and Arevik Jackson join us in the Planning, Business & Property, Common Law and Public Law areas of practice.
The pupils were welcomed to chambers with a full-day induction in Manchester on 9 September. The programme, which delivered a mix of presentations and round table discussions throughout the day, was warmly received by the pupils who met current members, former pupils, clerks and staff who provided an overview of what to expect during pupillage at Kings and life at the Bar.
Nigel Poole QC, Head of Chambers, commented: "It is one of the best days of the year for chambers when we are joined by our new pupils. It was a delight to meet these four outstanding pupils during a full day’s welcome and induction, and to talk to them about what to expect over the next twelve months. I wish them the very best.”
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