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(From The Lawyer)
Criminal chambers 15 New Bridge Street is celebrating a hugely successful first year after its demerger from civil set Hardwicke Building.
Turnover for the 54-member set is up 14.2 per cent compared with its last year as part of Lincoln's Inn-based Hardwicke. The two sets demerged last summer, with the criminal and fraud practice moving out of the Inn to its own premises close to Blackfriars.
A total of 49 tenants under the leadership of Patrick Upward QC made the move and 15 New Bridge Street has recruited an additional five members during the year.
The set practises every area of criminal law, ranging from shoplifting …