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Warner signs on with Resolution Chambers

Former senior magistrate Archibald Warner, a new senior legal consultant at the Resolution Chambers law firm (Photograph supplied)

A former senior magistrate who stepped down from the bench in 2018 for private practice has been taken on by a new law firm.

Archibald Warner has joined Resolution Chambers as the firm’s senior legal consultant, it was announced yesterday.

Warner retired as senior magistrate in 2014, but continued on as a magistrate for several more years.

Mr Warner, who held the job of senior magistrate for 14 years, has also served as a police officer, prosecutor, defence lawyer and puisne judge in the Supreme Court.

Mr Warner started work as a consultant senior counsel for Chancery Legal at the start of 2019 after leaving the courts.

Victoria Greening, legal counsel and founder of Resolution Chambers, said yesterday of the latest move: "You can rely on Mr Warner for expert legal advice, representation at police interviews and in court of all levels, particularly in criminal and public law matters.“

Ms Greening added: “His experience, knowledge and skills mean that he is often able to keep you out of court altogether.

“In or out of the courtroom, you can be sure of having the best legal team at Resolution to help you achieve the best result."

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Published October 24, 2020 at 5:00 pm (Updated October 23, 2020 at 11:59 pm)

Warner signs on with Resolution Chambers

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