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Dan Monaghan joins DWF Advocacy as new Director of Clerking

20 January 2021
Dan Monaghan has joined global legal business, DWF, as Director of Clerking for its advocacy business, DWF Advocacy. 
Dan is a seasoned clerk with over 25 years of experience. He spent 22 years at Cobden House Chambers where his most recent role was Deputy Director of Clerking. Prior to that, he was at King's Chambers and Kingsgate Chambers. 

Commenting on the appointment, Stephen Pritchett, Head of DWF Advocacy, said, "We're delighted that Dan has joined our business in this newly created role. He brings a wealth of experience in heading a clerking team and diary management to help support our barristers and advocates. He will, undoubtedly, play an instrumental business development role in the next chapter for DWF Advocacy which is one of projected substantial growth."

Dan said, "After over 25 years working in Chambers, I am delighted to be joining DWF to head up the clerking team in the Advocacy business. DWF Advocacy is full of talented individuals who have a great reputation in the market. I am keen to help them develop and take the business into the next phase. This is a new challenge and one which I relish."

DWF Advocacy is a Connected Services business.  It is a streamlined advocacy service, operating as an alternative to the external Bar and traditional chambers. Operating similar to an in-house set of chambers, DWF’s barristers and advocates offer specialist advocacy, drafting and advisory services across a variety of specialisms including Personal Injury, Commercial, Employment and International Arbitrations.

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