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Wednesday, 4 January 2023

King's Counsel 2023 AnnouncementsIn addition to Professor Lionel Bently's appointment as a QC Honoris Causa, the Faculty also warmly welcomes the appointment of a large number of Cambridge graduates as King's Counsel.

The Lord Chancellor will preside over the appointment ceremony, where the rank will formally be bestowed upon successful applicants, at Westminster Hall on 27 March 2023. Further details are available from the Ministry of Justice website.

The Cambridge graduates taking silk are as follows:

 

Alumni

Chambers

College

Katherine Apps

39 Essex Chambers

Murray Edwards

Simon Atrill

Fountain Court

St Catharine's

Timothy Bowe

St Ives Chambers

Trinity

John Brinsmead-Stockham

11 New Square

Trinity Hall

Adam Cloherty

XXIV Old Buildings

St John’s

Claire Darwin

Matrix Chambers

St Catharine's

Richard Davis

Hogarth Chambers

Robinson

Siddarth Dar

Essex Court

Downing

Kathleen Donnelly Henderson Chambers

Kings

Marcos Dracos

One Essex Court

Corpus Christi

Iris Ferber

42 Bedford Row

Selwyn

Niazi Fetto

2TG

Jesus

Dorothea Gartland

4PB

Robinson

Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh

Matrix

Queens'

Nicola Greaney

39 Essex Chambers

Murray Edwards

Daniel McCourt Fritz

Serle Court

Gonville and Caius

Craig Morrison

Brick Court

St John’s

Edward Peters

Falcon Chambers

Gonville and Caius

Christopher Rees

Apex Chambers

Jesus

Matthew Reeve

Apex Chambers

Magdalene

Irena Sabic

Garden Court

Murray Edwards

Nicola Shannon

Furnival Chambers

Selwyn

Henry Forbes Smith

One Essex Court

Gonville and Caius

William Webb

Keating Chambers

Trinity

Francesca Whitelaw

5 Essex Court

St John’s

Nicholas Worsley

St Pauls Chambers

Trinity

If you are a Cambridge graduate who was awarded silk this year but do not feature on the list, then our records may be incomplete.  We are always delighted to hear from our alumni, so please contact the Associate Development Director (School of Humanities and Social Sciences) Clare Gordon at Clare.Gordon@admin.cam.ac.uk to update our information.

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