Mathew Gullick and Caroline Stone appointed to the Attorney-General's panels of Junior Counsel to the Crown in civil matters, with effect from 1 September 2016

4th July 2016

Chambers is pleased to announce that Mathew GullickMathew GullickCall: 2003 and Caroline StoneCaroline StoneCall: 2005 have been appointed to the Attorney-General’s panels of Junior Counsel to the Crown in civil matters, with effect from 1 September 2016.

Mathew has been appointed to the A Panel, having spent four years on the B Panel and prior to that four years on the C Panel.

Caroline has been appointed to the B Panel after completing five years on the C Panel.

The Attorney-General’s panels of counsel consists of just over 400 junior counsel who undertake civil and EU work for all government departments. There are three London panels (an A panel for senior juniors, a B panel for middle juniors, a C panel for junior juniors) and a regional panel for work outside London and the South East.  Appointments to the London panels are made annually, via an open competition, for terms of five years.

Chambers has eight members on the Attorney-General’s civil panels; they are (with effect from 1 September 2016):

London A Panel: Mathew Gullick

London B Panel: William HansenWilliam HansenCall: 1992, Rupert Jones, Richard WheelerRichard WheelerCall: 2004, Caroline Stone

London C Panel: Mark GreenMatthew CanningsCall: 2006

Regional Panel: Matthew CanningsMatthew CanningsCall: 2006 (South West), Simon TibbittsSimon TibbittsCall: 2006 (South West)