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Lincoln’s Inn, London, where Essex Court Chambers is located. Credit: Adobe Stock.

The Chinese sanctions imposed on Essex Court Chambers and several of its members in late March rocked the market with furor.

Not only did some lawyers brand the move a “total disgrace” on China’s part, but the limited response by the chambers and the industry angered many.

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Meganne Tillay

Meganne joined Law.com International as a reporter in June 2019 upon completing a Master's in Journalism at Kingston University. She covers a number of domestic and international law firms, as well as real estate, capital markets and regulation. [email protected]

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