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Barrister Henry Hendron of London, UK; convicted druggie

 

The Bar of England and Wales by Middle Temple provided Henry Hendron with a law license in 2006 after he graduated from the University of Bristol School of Law.

 

The Bar Standards Board found Hank guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Convicted of possessing a controlled drug of Class B with intent to supply
  • Convicted possessing a controlled drug of Class C (gammabutyrolactone) with intent to supply
  • Engaged in conduct which was likely to diminish the trust and confidence in which the public places in a barrister or the profession (Oh really, you say?)
  • Failed to make sure fees earned by a barrister working in the chambers was properly and efficiently administered
  • Failed to give proper notice to a barrister when asking that barrister to leave the chambers
  • Admitted to supplying drugs that killed his 18-year-old boyfriend
  • Failed to make sure fees earned by a barrister working in the chambers were properly and efficiently administered
  • Failed to give proper notice to a barrister when asking that barrister to leave the chambers

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the apologists for Barrister Misfits sitting on the Bar Standards Board punished Hank by gifting him with a complimentary 3-year suspension of his law license.  

 

As we speak (ca. May 2020), Hank practices with the Chambers of Henry Hendron at 81 Chancery Lane in London, United Kingdom.

 

 

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