Six members of Monckton Chambers have been identified by WWL as “Future Leaders”. These nominees are practitioners aged 45 or under who are considered to be the future leaders of the international legal community and the recognition is based on the breadth and depth of their competition law expertise.
The six are:
For further detail of this analysis see the WWL website.
This analysis is part of WWL: Competition 2017 which claims to be the most extensive survey of the competition legal market, covering a total of 1,176 lawyers across 62 jurisdictions.
Monckton Chambers’ members received 12 nominations which means that it is one of only two sets of barristers chambers to be recognised in the table of Leading firms and sets in WWL: Competition by number of listed practitioners which is predominantly made up of the major international law firms.
The other six members nominated in addition to the “Future Leader” nominees above are:
Mark Brealey QC’s recent move to Monckton Chambers would take the number of nominees up to 13. In addition, both George Peretz and Tom Sebastian are nominated for the related category of State Aid.