Get set, go

Dowell, Katy; Green, Ruth
October 2012
Lawyer;10/1/2012, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the business operations of the Monckton Chambers barristers group in Great Britain as of October 2012, focusing on Monckton's position in an annual report on the nation's largest and best barristers' sets and law firms which is published by "The Lawyer." It states that Monckton has benefited from a reported increase in civil litigation and tax-related cases.


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