May 3, 2019
Nigel Poole is head of Kings Chambers in Manchester and is ranked as a leading QC by Chambers UK and the Legal 500. He sits as a Recorder and a chair of the Bar Tribunal and Adjudication Service and has appeared in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal. He also writes the successful blog Learned Friend
Nigel discusses why he thinks barristers should no longer wear wigs, why hourly rates reward inefficiency and why some politicians are endangering the future of clinical negligence.
Plus, news of forthcoming Women In The Law events and details of how you can get involved.
Presented by barrister Sally Penni, founder and chair of Women in the Law UK.