Judge in Chambers
The Bar:The former Lord Chief Justice, Lord Woolf, takes up a new challenge as a mediator at Blackstone Chambers; David Kitchin QC's appointment as successor to Mr Justice Laddie is met with widespread approval; and Lamb Chambers' David Di Mambro moves to 11 New Square in order to expand his Chancery practice. Caroline Grimshaw reports
Lord Woolf was always an advocate of the benefits of mediation. Now he has handed himself the chance to work at the coal face.
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