Lessons from Preparing a Big Case

27 January 2017

Pete Weatherby QC writes in Counsel Magazine about the practical challenges of running inquiries and other high-volume cases.

There were about 1.2 million pages of documents in the Hillsborough proceedings (where Pete led a team including Garden Court North Chambers’ Mark George QC, Kate Stone and Andy Fitzpatrick).

To find out why the future is paperless, click here to read the article.

Pete Weatherby QC is a barrister at Garden Court North Chambers.

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