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Five barristers have received individual nominations and Blackstone Chambers has been nominated in two practice areas.

The nominations are:

  • Brian Kennelly QC for Competition Silk of the Year
  • Nathalie Lieven QC for Environment/Planning Silk of the Year
  • James Eadie QC for Human Rights and Public Silk of the Year 
  • David Pannick QC for Human Rights and Public Silk of the Year 
  • Tom Hickman for Human Rights and Public Junior of the Year 
  • Blackstone Chambers for Competition Set of the Year 
  • Blackstone Chambers for Human Rights & Public Law Set of the Year 

The winners will be announced on Thursday 26th October 2017.


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