James Williams nominated for ‘Junior Barrister of the Year’ at the Bar Pro Bono Unit Awards 2018
Henderson Chambers is delighted to announce that James Williams has been nominated for the ‘Junior Barrister of the Year Award’ at this year’s Bar Pro Bono Awards.
James acted for Mr King in his employment case against The Sash Window Workshop regarding holiday pay since the start of the case in 2012, and Pro Bono for three years from early 2015 to the conclusion of judgment in the ECJ in November 2017. Since 1997 the Bar Pro Bono Award has been given every year in recognition of outstanding commitment to pro bono work by a barrister or chambers.
A link to James’s nomination can be found here. All nominees will be invited to an Awards evening taking place on Wednesday 24th October 2018 at which winners of most categories will be announced.