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Lisa Sullivan appointed Deputy Queen's Bench Master
Cloisters is delighted that Lisa Sullivan has been appointed Deputy Queen’s Bench Master by the Lord Chief Justice.
This is part-time role and Lisa remains in full-time practice at Chambers. The appointment will run on four year renewable terms.
Lisa is a highly ranked barrister who specialises in personal injury and clinical negligence work. Her work includes high-value cerebral palsy and other brain injury claims, spinal injury with particular expertise in cauda equina, hip and knee replacement, delayed diagnosis of cancer, abdominal surgery claims and dental negligence.
“She has an excellent grasp of the medical issues and is fantastic at working with experts. She always gets what she wants in court.” “Clients warm to her and her advocacy is robust and inspires confidence.” (Chambers and Partners 2015).