Greg joins Chambers on completion of third six pupillage
5RB are pleased to announce that Greg Callus has accepted an offer to join Chambers, having completed a third six pupillage.
Greg was educated at Corpus Christi RCHS in Cardiff, the United World College of the Atlantic, the University of York and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He was called to the Bar in 2012 by Lincoln’s Inn and completed pupillage at 20 Essex Street. He has been Judicial Assistant to Sir Brian Leveson and Legal Advisor to the Lord Chief Justice, as well as studying for a PhD in conflicts of law and digital technology. During his third six at 5RB Greg was supervised by Adam Wolanski and Jacob Dean.
Alongside his practice at the Bar, Greg is Editorial Complaints Commissioner of the Financial Times.
Matthew Nicklin QC, joint head of Chambers at 5RB said: “Greg has proved himself to be an excellent recruit to 5RB. We all welcome him warmly. He brings with him a wealth of experience and I am sure that he will be a popular and valued member of the team.”
Greg said: “I’m thoroughly delighted to have been invited to join 5RB. I’ve enjoyed my first six months here more than I could have dared hope, and I’m incredibly grateful for the wonderful training and support I received from Chambers in that time. I feel very lucky to have found such a happy professional home, and am looking forward to building my practice here.”