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September 2016

Chambers welcomes new pupil

Chambers is delighted to welcome Alys WIlliams who has joined us as a pupil.

Originally from near Pwllheli, North Wales, Alys studied Law at the University of Liverpool and graduated with First Class Honours in 2014. She studied the Bar Professional Training Course at BPP University in Manchester, achieving a Very Competent grade.  She looks forward to joining Civitas at their new location in September to learn from and work with her supervisor and Chambers members, and gain experience in a wide variety of practice areas.

 

Dan Dyson joins Civitas Law

Civitas Law are delighted to welcome Dan Dyson, who joins us from Magdalen Chambers.

Dan specialises in commercial and property litigation.   His practice features business disputes across a wide range of domestic industries.  His profile can be viewed here.

Nicholas David Jones, chair of the Management Board, commented: "We are delighted that Dan has joined us. His practice and expertise complements chambers’ profile exceedingly well and adds to our strength and depth of talent."

New members at Civitas Law

Chambers is delighted to announce the addition of Dan Dyson to its Company, Commercial and Insolvency, and Property and Land team. Dan specialises in commercial and property litigation.   His practice features business disputes across a wide range of domestic industries.  His profile can be viewed here.

 

Alys Williams has also joined us as a Pupil under the initial supervision of Richard Cole.

 

Tara Ahari, Civitas Law's current pupil, will commence her second sixth in October and will be accepting instructions in all of Chambers' practice areas.

 

Another year of Excellent Rankings from Legal 500 for Civitas’ Barristers

 

 

Chambers has again been named a leading set in the new Legal 500.   Civitas was founded in October 2008 with the vision of providing highly specialist services, excellence and innovation in the areas of civil and public law.  It has been regarded as a Top-Tier set each year ever since, and this year was no exception.