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Top lawyer quit job in the wake of opinion on Uighurs

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Leading Mauritian arbitration counsel Salim Moollan QC, is leaving Essex Court Chambers after 23 years for the set’s close London rival Brick Court Chambers.

The departure of Moollan, who practises as a registered foreign lawyer in Singapore, reportedly came in the wake of China’s controversial decision to target the set with sanctions in March after four tenants wrote a legal opinion on the treatment of the Uighurs.

Dual-qualified in Mauritius and London, Moollan appeared in the Privy Council in the Betamax appeal from Mauritius.

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