Head of Trinity and Employment Barrister in Most Influential 2013
Head of Trinity Barristers Chambers, Toby Hedworth Q.C., has again been included in the recently published Journal’s Most Influential People in the North East 2013. The annual publication is now in its 6th Edition. The list, compiled following extensive research including consultation with a wide range of industry experts, aims to highlight individuals for their contribution to the North East economy.
This year's edition of the Most Influential has for the first time included the most influential people on social media which again features a member of Trinity Chambers, employment barrister, Jamie Anderson under the "Twitterati" Legal category.
Toby Hedworth Q.C. spearheaded Trinity Chambers’ move to the historic Custom House on Newcastle’s Quayside in 2004, he was heavily involved in monitoring the renovations using local businesses and ensuring that the spectacular landmark was preserved as part of Newcastle’s iconic Quayside. He is also Vice Chairman of the Northumberland & Newcastle Society.
As well as being Head of Chambers and a Recorder, Toby Hedworth Q.C. is a member of Trinity’s Criminal, Regulatory and Judicial Review practice groups. Chambers UK 2013 states of Toby Hedworth Q.C. 'Described as 'the leading figure in the North East,' he is someone opponents claim worries them when they see him on the other side.'
Jamie Anderson is a member of Trinity Chambers' Employment Law group. He is also recognised in the Legal 500 directory - 'highly recommended' and he ‘lives and breathes employment law’, and is ‘particularly adept when it comes to advising on technical and complex employment law problems’.
Commenting on Trinity Chambers' barristers' rankings in the recently published Legal 500 2013, Toby Hedworth Q.C. said 'I have never seen such extensive and deep change in the legal profession as we have had in the past few years and this shows no sign of abating. Throughout this seismic change our excellent endorsements in the Legal 500 give us confidence that our wide and varied clients continue to see us as a high quality, responsive and pragmatic resource supporting them in these challenging times.'
Click here to see The Journal's Most Influential People in the North East 2013.