In Supreme Court, a ceremony for Gibraltar’s first King’s Counsel appointed during reign of Charles III
The Supreme Court was the venue on Thursday for the appointment ceremony of Gibraltar’s first King’s Counsel appointed during the reign of King Charles III. Donning the distinctive KC’s wig and silk gown for the first time, Jamie Trinidad, a barrister and academic who specialises in public international law, took his place at the court’s...
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