Silk round 2011 - reaction and the chambers perspective
Three sets of barristers' chambers will each gain four new queen's counsel (QC) next month as part of a 2011 silk round that saw applicants enjoy the highest success rate since 1995. The 120-strong round saw barristers from 76 chambers across the country securing the elite QC kitemark, with No5 Chambers, Thirty Nine Essex Street/82 King Street and Maitland Chambers all achieving the highest share of successful applicants, with four apiece.
Maitland and Essex Court stand out at commercial Bar amid a strong year for publicly-funded advocates
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