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REES, Gareth David (born 1956), QC 2003; General Counsel, Financial Reporting Council (formerly Executive Counsel, Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board), since 2012

CHANCE, Michael Spencer (born 1938), Executive Counsel, Joint Disciplinary Scheme for Accountants, 1993–97

NOBLE, David Jonathan (born 1955), Chief Parliamentary Counsel and Chief Executive, Parliamentary Counsel Office, New Zealand, since 2013 (Chief Parliamentary Counsel and Compiler of Statutes (on secondment from Treasury Solicitor’s Department), 2007–11)

COLE, Margaret Rose (born 1961), General Counsel, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP UK, since 2012 (Member, UK Executive Board, since 2012)

GILHOOLY, John Francis (born 1945), Chief Executive, Office of the Parliamentary Counsel, 2000–08; Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, 2007–14; occasional lecturer

MARSHALL, Duncan M’Lean (1872 - 1946), Member of Senate of Canada since 1938; Agricultural Counsel, Cockfield Brown and Co., Toronto, Canada; Member, National Live Stock Records Executive

MORGAN, John Hartman (1876 - 1955), Barrister-at-law; DL, JP Wilts; British Member of the Académie Diplomatique Internationale; Legal Editor of the Encyclopaedia Britannica; Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law in the University of London; Reader in Constitutional Law to the Inns of Court, 1926–36. Counsel: to the India Defence League, 1933–34, and Indian Chamber of Princes, 1934–37; for W. Australia at hearing before Parliament of Secession Petition, 1935; to State of Gwalior and Central India States, 1939–45; to Parliamentary Post-War Policy Group, 1942–45. Tagore Professor, Univ. of Calcutta, 1939; Member of Executive Council of International Law Association; Adviser to American War Crimes Commission at Nuremberg, 1947–49

 

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Senior, but non-partner, legal practitioners in a law firm. Preferred to the alternative ‘senior counsel’ for use in a law firm because of the confusion with senior counsel (a silk: QC or SC: see Queen's Counsel).

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