June Venters QC, the first woman solicitor to be appointed Queen’s Counsel
Published 26th August 2016
June Venters QC, the first woman solicitor to be appointed a Queen’s Counsel, speaks to the First 100 Years about her journey in law.
Her interview transcripts can be found here.
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