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Continuing accolades for Brick Court mediators

21/10/16, Barrister News, Commercial, Chambers News

Who's Who Legal has again given plaudits to Brick Court Chambers' mediators, describing their offering as "fantastic".

The citation in full:

The UK Bar continues to be well represented, most notably by Brick Court Chambers whose “fantastic” mediation offering includes two of our most highly regarded individuals. Our research also highlights a number of stand-out individual practitioners.

Home to some of the most highly regarded individuals in our research, Brick Court Chambers continues to demonstrate the depth and breadth of its mediation expertise and its leading position at the UK Bar. The “absolutely charming and totally brilliant” William Wood QC is described by many as “one of the best mediators in England”. He has experience mediating in Dubai, Hong Kong, New York, Johannesburg, UK and Nairobi making his practice “truly international”. Considered “an elder statesman of the mediation field”, Tony Willis is recognised for his “distinctive ability to adapt to any given conflict”. For many respondents, Stephen Ruttle QC is “a truly sensational mediator” and is admired for his “instinctive and intuitive nature” when dealing with disputes in both the public and private sector. Geoff Sharp is a door tenant at the chambers and is “one of New Zealand’s pre-eminent mediators”. He possesses “vast experience mediating in Asia and the Middle East”. Also a door tenant at chambers is Core Solutions Group’s founder and chief executive, John Sturrock QC. He is regarded as “a seasoned expert in the field”, and is recognised for “the great ease with which he facilitates high-level disputes”.

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