Commercial & Chancery Bar: The perfect set
Starting up a new set of chambers provides the ideal opportunity to reconsider the shape and size of a modern set from the bottom up. John McDonnell shares his experience
Recently launching a new set of chambers gave me the opportunity to start with a clean slate and made it possible (and necessary) for me to think about what chambers should ideally be like in 2005. How big? Inside the Inns or out-side? What sort of library, document-handling facilities and network? What sort of reception, conference and housekeeping facilities?
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