Following the successful completion of their respective pupillages, we are pleased to announce that Rachel Senior, Omar Tahir, and Andrew Small have accepted offers of tenancy.
Rachel (Year of Call: 2019), who has joined the Employment team, has experience of a broad range of employment litigation, including High Court and Employment Appeal Tribunal cases. Prior to joining Chambers, Rachel spent two years with the Government Legal Department and qualified as a solicitor in September 2022. During this time, she provided counsel on individual employment cases and addressed broader issues in employment and labour law.
Omar (Year of Call: 2021), becomes a member of our Business & Property Team, regularly handling a diverse range of matters, such as shareholder disputes, personal and corporate insolvency, commercial litigation, banking disputes, and real estate litigation. Before his career at the Bar, Omar gained valuable experience in the banking and finance team at Norton Rose Fulbright, Frankfurt, and also at the European Central Bank, where he collaborated closely with large financial institutions, providing guidance on complex post-Brexit strategies and dispute resolution. Prior to joining Chambers, Omar spent eighteen months as a Paralegal at a leading boutique commercial litigation firm in London.
Andrew (Year of Call: 2022), has also joined our esteemed Business & Property Team and accepts instructions spanning various areas of Business and Property law, including commercial, property, and probate matters. Andrew has represented clients in both the High and County Courts. Notably, during the first six months of his pupillage, he assisted Louis Doyle KC in the case of Aston Risk Management v Lee Jones and others  EWHC 603 (Ch). This case involved consideration of directors’ duties and the creditors’ interests.
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