Axiom Welcomes Two New MembersBack to News Listing
Axiom Advocates is delighted to welcome Murray Steel and Megan Dewart as the newest members of Axiom, both calling to the Bar today.
Megan called to the Bar as a scholar. Prior to calling, Megan worked for three years as Law Clerk to the Lord President. She assisted Lord Carloway with cases across a very broad spectrum of areas including many commercial and public law appeals; and otherwise has experience of public, professional liability; and commercial and regulatory law.
Before calling at the Bar, Murray spent 10 years as a solicitor in private practice. He has a background in accountancy and an LLM in Construction Law. Murray called to the Bar as Faculty Scholar and his principal areas of practice are commercial and construction law, he also acts for clients in relation to contractual, professional liability, and insurance matters.
Kenny McBrearty QC, director of Axiom indicated that “Axiom is delighted to welcome both Murray and Megan. Their experience undoubtedly can only serve to strengthen our membership further and we wish them every success with their careers at the Bar”.
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