Ian Rogers appointed to Welsh Government A Panel
Ian Rogers has been appointed as an advocate for the Welsh Government on the Counsel General’s A Panel of Junior Counsel. He has been appointed primarily to undertake public law work for the Welsh Government, but will of course continue with his other areas of private client and government practice. Ian has been involved in three high profile cases in Wales in 2012 including competition and sports law disputes concerning the Welsh Ministers and the Welsh Rugby Union. He already has considerable experience of appearing for other government bodies and states, from the UK Prime Minister to local government, the Scottish Ministers, the Isle of Man, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago, as well as appearing for the UK in EU law matters in Luxembourg.