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QC

Abbreviation for quality control.

QC

Abbreviation for quality control.
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It is a real honour to be appointed Queen's Counsel and to have had the opportunity to work with such great clients, lawyers, firms, judges and arbitrators and institutions over the years," said Ms.
This practice dates back to the funeral of Queen Mary in 1694, when Queen's Counsel wore black silk robes as a symbol of mourning.
A leader (a Queen's Counsel or an experienced junior) is authorized to advocate for an indigent defendant in two instances.
Among the 18 Queen's Counsel listed as Leading Silks is highly respected Head of the Family Group, Lorna Meyer QC.
Scott Donovan, head of Atlantic Chambers, said: "The process of selection of Queen's Counsel is extremely competitive and entails a rigorous assessment in which applicants must demonstrate strong and consistent evidence of excellence across a whole range of competencies.
Sir Desmond de Silva, Queen's Counsel, was Chief Prosecutor of the Sierra Leone War Crimes Tribunal and Ms.
Coun Ian Ward (Lab, Shard End) welcomed the council crackdown, but singled out the use of highly expensive Queen's Counsel barristers.
They have contacted chambers throughout the entire northern circuit, in London and other areas of the country, and were unable to find a suitable Queen's Counsel.
Dickson is a graduate of Dalhousie and Harvard Law Schools and was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2004.
He was a lecturer in Zimbabwe in the late 1960s before returning to this country to practise as a barrister, a path which eventually led to him being appointed Queen's Counsel in 1985.
Arguing his case will be Tim Roberts QC, who made local legal history when he became the first Teesside-based Queen's Counsel, and who defended Konzani at his trial.
She is successful in her own right as a Queen's Counsel.