The Times Law Panel is an advisory body of 100 of the country’s most prominent barristers and solicitors, representing a range of expertise from publicly-funded criminal work to high-value commercial transactions. Members have been hand-picked at the discretion of the editors for an indefinite period of time and do not pay to belong.
The Times describes Ronit as “one of the leading junior barristers in the field of competition law. She joined the Bar in 2005 but began her legal career at Herbert Smith, the City law firm. As a barrister, she has acted in major cases such as Vodafone’s challenge to European price caps on roaming charges and three leading bookmakers’ claim against the racing industry about television rights. Kreisberger, an Oxford graduate, joined Herbert Smith in 1998 and later served as a judicial assistant at the Court of Appeal. Her interests include running, theatre, food and wine.”
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