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Who’s Who Legal lauds Brick Court Chambers’ Competition expertise

24/05/17, EU/Competition

WWL: Competition 2017 is the most extensive survey of the competition law world to date, covering a total of 1,176 lawyers across 62 jurisdictions.

Brick Court received 14 nominations:

  • Helen Davies QC
  • David Anderson QC
  • James Flynn QC
  • Mark Hoskins QC
  • Aidan Robertson QC
  • Daniel Jowell QC
  • Marie Demetriou QC
  • Kelyn Bacon QC
  • Maya Lester QC
  • Robert O'Donoghue QC
  • Sarah Ford QC
  • Sarah Love
  • Daniel Piccinin
  • David Bailey

Overall, Brick Court is 8th in the world list, which includes all major international law firms.  It had the most UK nominations of any law firm or barristers chambers.

Three members of chambers have been named as “thought-leaders:”

  • James Flynn QC
  • Kelyn Bacon QC
  • Robert O’Donoghue QC

Full details are here.

Three members of chambers have been named as among the four “most highly regarded future leaders” at the Bar in Competition Law: 

  • Kelyn Bacon QC.
  • Robert O’Donoghue QC
  • David Bailey

In addition two further members of chambers were listed as “future leaders”:

  • Marie Demetriou QC 
  • Daniel Piccinin

Full details are here.

Marie was also named as one of only two English barristers in GCR’s 100 Women in Antitrust.

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