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Q.C.Queen's Counsel (UK)
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Subsequently, the Geneva-based Inter - Parliamentary Union's (IPU) Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians informed the Sri Lankan Parliament that the committee has assigned Queen's Counsel Mark Trowell to visit Sri Lanka and observe proceedings in the cases instituted against Industry and Commerce Minister Rishad Bathiudeen.
The history of the Queen's Counsel designation dates back over 400 years to the time of Queen Elizabeth I.
Following a lengthy selection process, two Queen's Counsel, Peter Cadman and David Phillips, will take the role as chairmen.
He was the head of the North-east Circuit and was made a Queen's Counsel 30 years ago.
After opening his own law practice in 1983, he was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1988.
The most able have been chosen from experienced Queen's Counsel of good reputation.
ANEWCASTLE barrister will be appointed to Her Majesty's Queen's Counsel at a London ceremony next month.
Furthermore, 18 of No5's 27 Queen's Counsel featured in Legal 500's list of Leading Silks and flagged No5 as a leading set within the Midlands and Western Circuits.
He began practising at the Victorian Bar in 1987 and was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1999.
Islamabad, Sept 22 ( ANI ): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reportedly sought legal advice from the Queen's Counsel in England in a bid to reduce the five-year ban on fast bowler Mohammad mir.
The council has taken legal advice from Queen's Counsel and it has no defence to WPD's notice due to the termination provisions imposed by the court," he stated.