Andrew Ritchie QC is to represent the families of 15 victims of the Tunisian terrorist attack at the inquest into their deaths. Thirty eight people were killed on 26 June 2015 when a gunman open fired at a hotel at the tourists resort Port El Kantaoui, 10km north of Sousse. Thirty of the victims were British.
The pre inquest review will take place on 17 November and the inquest is likely to take place over a 6-8 week period in late 2016 or early 2017.
Andrew is instructed by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors.
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