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Serle Court attracts a further leading junior

07.03.16

Leading commercial and chancery set Serle Court today announces the arrival of James Weale from 3 Stone Buildings.  James will be joining chambers at the end of this month, and follows Richard Wilson QC and Constance McDonnell who joined Serle Court at the end of February.  

James was called to the bar in 2007 and has substantial litigation expertise in the High Court and County Courts. His work includes commercial and contractual disputes, professional negligence, trusts, wills and probate, insolvency, property and cross-border disputes – all practice areas in which Serle Court has a very high standing.

James comes highly recommended by the legal directories; named as a “Star of the Bar” in Chambers and Partners UK Bar 2013, he is currently ranked as a leading junior at the commercial chancery bar and described as “an excellent strategist” who “brings a huge amount of energy to his work which is always first rate”.

Commenting on this latest hire, John Petrie, Chief Executive of Serle Court, said: “James’ specialist areas are at the very core of Serle Court’s business and his recruitment further strengthens our already strong team. James’ high-level expertise and reputation for excellence are a perfect fit with Serle Court.” 

James said: “I am very excited to be joining Serle Court, which is known for its reputation as a leading commercial set that attracts top-end talent. I very much look forward to building on my career at Serle Court.”


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