DWF advises Kensington and Chelsea Council as Grenfell Tower fire inquiry gets underway

Northeast law firm Wilkin Chapman also acts for council in relation to disaster

DWF is advising Kensington and Chelsea Council as the inquiry into this June’s Grenfell Tower disaster, which resulted in the deaths of at least 80 people in North Kensington, gets underway today (14 September).

The law firm’s role was confirmed by the council following a Freedom of Information Act request submitted by Legal Week, which also revealed that northeast law firm Wilkin Chapman has been consulted by the council, although the exact nature of the firm’s role is unclear.

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