28th Jul 2023 | News

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3 Hare Court is delighted to welcome Rory Turnbull and Nicholas Leah following offers of tenancy. Rory and Nicholas will commence their full tenancy upon conclusion of their pupillages in October.

Tom Poole KC, Head of Pupillage, said, “Rory and Nicholas are rising stars and have been a pleasure to work with and mentor over the last year. Whilst they are both at the start of their careers, they already possess the ability and determination to have flourishing practices. 3 Hare Court welcomes them and wishes them all the best.”

Rory Turnbull said, “I am delighted to be joining Chambers as a tenant in October. Having been exposed to a wide range of work during pupillage, and been busy on my feet with my own cases since April, I am looking forward to building up my practice at 3 Hare Court in the years to come.”

Nicholas Leah said, “I am delighted that I will be joining 3 Hare Court as a tenant. Pupillage here has been varied, intellectually challenging and a steep learning curve: everything I wanted from this job. The practising second six and early courtroom exposure has made the experience even more rewarding. 3 Hare Court is also an incredibly friendly and supportive Chambers, so I am grateful to the members and staff for making me feel so welcome. I particularly want to thank my supervisors for all their support and advice this year.”

Rory and Nicholas can accept instructions across all of Chambers practice areas.


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