Members of Outer Temple appointed to appointed to the Attorney General’s London Panels
Chambers is pleased to announce that the Attorney General has appointed Saul Margo to the London A Panel and Chloë Bell to the London C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown.
The Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown consists of junior counsel who undertake civil work for all government departments.
Members of the A panel deal with the most complex government cases in all courts and tribunals, including the Supreme Court. They will often appear against Queen’s Counsel.
Saul and Chloë’s appointment commences on 1 September 2021 for a period of five years and they will be joining Outer Temple’s growing list of panel members:
- Naomi Ling
- Claire van Overdijk
- Robert Dickason
- Emily Gordon Walker
- Jennifer Seaman
- Alex Haines
- Nicholas Hill
- Alexander Line
- Tom Gibson
- Justina Stewart
- Sophie O’Sullivan
- Katarina Sydow
- Paul Livingston
- Victoria Brown
- Alex Cisneros
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Saul Margo specialises in pensions and employment, as well as professional negligence claims relating to pension schemes. His pensions practice encompasses both pure pensions litigation and advisory work with his litigation experience including Part 8, professional negligence and rectification claims. Additionally, Saul is in demand for his specialist knowledge of cross-over pensions and employment work. Saul’s employment practice covers both pension and employment cross-over work as well as the full range of employment disputes.
Chloë Bell joined chambers in 2017 following the successful completion of her pupillage. She is developing a busy practice with a particular focus on commercial and public law.
Barristers: Saul Margo | Chloë Bell