• Wednesday, June 26, 2024
Recognition for Trinity Barrister in Attorney General’s Pro-Bono List

Chambers extends its warm congratulations to Seth Kitson who has been recognised in the Attorney General’s Inaugural Pro-Bono Recognition List.

In addition to his busy business and property and financial remedy practice, Seth is the co-ordinator for the Newcastle Chancery Litigants in Person Scheme (NCLIPS) under which local barristers provide pro-bono representation to litigants in person.

Seth comments:

“I am humbled to appear on the Pro Bono Recognition List. I am hugely grateful to the local bar and judiciary for embracing the NCLIPS scheme and making it a success. Our volunteers range from silks to new tenants and all BPC sets in Newcastle are represented.”

Any practitioners interested in volunteering for NCLIPS should contact Seth by email, s.kitson@trinitychambers.co.uk.

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