11 King's Bench Walk Chambers

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11 King's Bench Walk Chambers is a barristers' Chambers founded by Alexander Irvine QC.

The chambers specialises in employment law, public and administrative law and commercial law. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair was a junior tenant on its foundation in 1981 and appointed its founder, Derry Irvine, Lord Chancellor when Labour came to power in 1997. Neil Davidson QC, appointed Solicitor General for Scotland on 24 February 2000, and Advocate General for Scotland (by Tony Blair) on 21 March 2006, and Eldred Tabachnik QC, past president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews are current members.

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