Rob George is recognised by the Young Barristers Committee for his pro bono work


7th Nov 2017 | News


Harcourt Chambers is delighted to announce that Rob George has been recognised by the Young Barristers Committee for his contribution to pro bono work.

Rob will be awarded a certificate of recognition by Sir Robin Knowles CBE at the Young Barristers Committee event during National Pro Bono Week on Thursday 9th November at Middle Temple. This event will highlight some of the stories emerging from pro bono cases among the young bar, and celebrate their work.


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