BLP hires silk to launch 'instruction to trial' in-house advocacy service
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) is taking a first step towards a full in-house advocacy offering for clients after bringing in South Square’s Stuart Isaacs QC to launch the venture. The hire, which will see Isaacs joining BLP’s City office next month in the newly-created role of head of advocacy, makes the firm only the third in the UK top 50 to recruit a Queen’s Counsel direct from the Bar in order to form an in-house advocacy service.
Top 20 firm hires South Square QC to launch advocacy service
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