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Sir Geoffrey Palmer’s Appointment

November 25 2005

Sir Geoffrey Palmer’s Appointment As President Of The Law Commission

Public Law Specialist Firm Chen Palmer welcomes the appointment of its Consultant Sir Geoffrey Palmer as President of the Law Commission.

Mai Chen said on behalf of the 24 staff members of the Firm that “we are absolutely delighted for Geoffrey.” “We know he will make a wonderful contribution, and we can think of no one more qualified for the job.”

“Geoffrey has had many careers in his lifetime, as a Law Professor, as a former Prime Minister, and as a practitioner specialising in Pubic Law, but they have all focussed on his interest in law reform. He will make a significant contribution at the Law Commission as he has done in all of his other careers.”

Mai Chen said that she felt privileged to have had such a long working association with Sir Geoffrey.

ENDS


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