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Littleton Chambers welcomes two new tenants

Wallace and Churchhouse have been instructed in ‘significant’ appellate cases and are both already ranked in Chambers and Partners.

Littleton Chambers has announced that Joel Wallace and Georgina Churchhouse have been appointed as new tenants to the chamber’s “growing” team.

Wallace and Churchhouse are due to take up their roles starting from 4 January 2022.

Wallace was called to the bar in 2015 and he practices in Employment, Sports Law and Commercial Litigation. 

His employment practice includes representing national and regional firms, ‘household name’ clients in several sectors, and private individuals. Similarly, in the commercial arena, he is called upon by national and international businesses alike.

Meanwhile, Churchhouse was called to the bar in 2017 and she practices as an Employment Law specialist.

She practises across a range of statutory employment, commercial employment, High Court business protection, discrimination, sports, professional discipline and regulatory disputes, both as sole and junior counsel.

Both tenants have reportedly been instructed in “significant” appellate cases and are already ranked in Chambers and Partners.

Gavin Mansfield QC, head of Littleton Chambers, said: “We are very excited to have two such promising new tenants join our wealth of talent at the junior end of chambers.”

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