Alex Bailin QC spoke about "Life at the Bar" on Monday 27th February 2012 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme,
Alex Bailin is a Member of Matrix Chambers, one the more recent Chambers (set up in 2000), said to be "a progressive, forward-thinking service which caters to the needs of the modern-day client". Described by Chambers & Partners as a barrister who "closes off problems before they arise", Alex Bailin QC is at the forefront of criminal, public, administrative and human rights law. A member of Matrix Chambers, he has been involved in some of this year's most contentious issues, including the retention of non-convicted persons' DNA.
This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons.
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