NI: English bar members called to Bar of Northern Ireland

Mark Mullen and Dawn McCambley
Mark Mullen and Dawn McCambley

Mark Mullen and Dawn McCambley have been admitted to the degree of barrister-at-law and called to the Bar of Northern Ireland.

Mr Mullen and Ms McCambley, of Radcliffe Chambers, are already experienced members of the Bar of England and Wales.

Mr Mullen has a chancery practice which embraces charities, company and insolvency law, and the law of trusts, probate and estates. He regularly advises public authorities and private bodies about charity law.

He is junior counsel to the Crown (Attorney General’s B Panel) and described as “an accomplished practitioner” and “unflappable on his feet” in Chambers UK.

Ms McCambley specialises in chancery commercial litigation, with particular emphasis on insolvency, company and fraud. She frequently acts in cases involving misfeasance, transaction avoidance, wrongful trading and contractual disputes.

She was previously appointed junior counsel to BIS for Directors’ Disqualification and is recommended in Chambers UK and The Legal 500 as a leading junior for insolvency, described as “impressively practical” and “approachable” with “strong drafting skills” and “excellent legal knowledge”.

The two barristers join Francesca Quint and Nathan Wells as members of both the English and Northern Irish bars.

Radcliffe Chambers says it now offers extensive experience of the charity sector in Northern Ireland and of the interplay between insolvency legislation in England and Wales and in Northern Ireland.

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