New Park Court Chambers is delighted to announce the appointment of Samuel Green as Queen’s Counsel. The formal appointment will take place at a ceremony on the 16th February 2015.
Called in 1998, Sam has an extensive Criminal, Regulatory and Civil practice and is often briefed in the most serious HSE, fraud and mainstream criminal cases, along with civil and public law cases. He was for many years on the Attorney General’s regulatory list and the Treasury Solicitor’s list.
He currently represents the Police Federation at the hearing of the Inquests arising out of the Hillsborough Disaster alongside Paul Greaney QC and Chloe Fairley, also of New Park Court Chambers.
Commenting on his appointment Robert Smith QC, Head of Chambers, said: “New Park Court Chambers continues our tradition of having among our members a strong core of high quality practitioners and Queen’s Counsel. We are delighted to be able to add a practitioner of Sam Green’s ability and with his breadth of practice, to our list of ‘Silks’. Sam’s appointment reflects our ongoing commitment to the development of the practices of our junior members and Sam adds to the unrivalled strength and depth of our Silks’ team.”
Sam is the sixth member of New Park Court Chambers to achieve the rank of Silk in the past five years.