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The Government Legal Department (GLD) administers the Attorney General’s Panel Counsel. The GLD relies on the junior counsel panel for advice and representation.
We’re pleased to announce that Alex Cisneros has been appointed from the C to B Panel. Members appointed to the B Panel will generally be instructed where knowledge and experience of a particular field is required. B panel applicants will generally have between 5 and 10 years’ advocacy experience.
Bianca Venkata, Jeremy-Scott-Joynt, Patrick Tomison and Carin Hunt have been appointed to the C panel, joining Outer Temples growing list of GLD panel members. C panel members will generally have between 2 and 5 years’ advocacy experience and are expected to show the potential to join the A Panel.
Further information and a full list of members can be found here.
Bianca accepts instructions in commercial litigation, private client & trusts, pensions, employment & discrimination, financial services, insolvency, and international related matters. Her advocacy experience includes High Court, County Court, Employment Appeal Tribunal hearings and multiday Employment Tribunal work.
Jeremy Scott Joynt specialises in employment law, commercial litigation and regulatory and business crime matters. He regularly advises on employment claims (particularly those involving whistleblowing and discrimination) and investigations.
Patrick has developed a broad commercial practice, with a particular focus on commercial litigation, pensions, financial services, information law and employment. He has a particular interest in data protection, where he has experience of litigation involving the GDPR and the data protection framework, and in the regulatory aspects of both pensions and financial services matters.
Carin Hunt is a civil practitioner specialising in personal injury, clinical negligence, travel law, inquests, professional regulation, and Court of Protection. She acts for Claimants and Defendants. She is ranked as a Rising Star by Legal 500 in Personal Injury and Travel Law (including jurisdictional issues).
News 7 Aug, 2023