We’re delighted to announce that Paul Reynolds, Emma-Louise Fenelon and Jo Moore have been promoted to the Attorney General’s B Panel of Counsel. Further congratulations to Amelia Williams, who has been newly appointed to the C Panel of Counsel. Their appointments will come into effect on 1st September.
Paul Reynolds has a wide range of experience across indirect tax, rating law, clinical negligence and inquests, representing both organisations and individuals.
Emma-Louise Fenelon has a broad practice and is sought after for her experience in sensitive and challenging cases. Emma has particular expertise in Inquests, Public Inquiries, Clinical Negligence, Child Abuse Compensation, Personal Injury and Human Rights.
Jo Moore accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work and has a broad practice, in particular in public law and human rights, clinical negligence, personal injury, inquests, employment and sports law.
Amelia Williams has a broad practice, particularly in public law and human rights, immigration, personal injury, clinical negligence, inquests and professional discipline.
These appointments bring the number of 1 Crown Office Row members on the Attorney General’s Panels up to 23.