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  1. Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – Leading sets
  2. Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – Leading silks
  3. Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – 2016 silks
  4. Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – 2017 silks
  5. Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – Leading juniors

Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – Leading silks

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Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – 2016 silks

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    • Derek O’Sullivan QC - 39 Essex Chambers β€˜He never fails to identify the key relevant features of a case and will maintain his focus from start to finish.’

Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) – 2017 silks

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For some, 1 Chancery Lane is β€˜the leading travel law set’, with β€˜approachable, straight-talking barristers, who provide an excellent service’ and are β€˜leading lights in the field’. John Ross QC appeared in Brownlie v Four Seasons Holdings, a landmark Court of Appeal case involving an off-package contract and tort fatal claim in which the claimant’s husband and daughter were killed as a result of a defective and improperly maintained vehicle operated by Four Seasons.

3 Hare Court is β€˜one of the top sets for travel law’ with β€˜strength and depth in this area’ and a roster of β€˜exceptional’ barristers. Various members of chambers are involved in the inquests into the deaths of British nationals in killed Tunisia as a result of the terrorist attacks. The set’s travel law expertise is closely linked to its personal injury practice.

Fountain Court Chambers is β€˜a very strong set’ with β€˜good strength in depth and bright and approachable counsel’. Noted for regulatory issues affecting the travel industry, members have particularly strong aviation sector knowledge.

Quadrant Chambers is β€˜the go-to set for specialist aviation counsel’ with β€˜great knowledge and experience’. Members are instructed by a number of leading airlines including British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Delta Airlines, and have experience in a range of matters, including claims arising from personal injury, baggage and delay claims, and denied boarding.

2TG – 2 Temple Gardens is well known for jurisdictional issues and claims arising out of accidents abroad. New silk Marie Louise Kinsler QC appeared in the Supreme Court case of Moreno v Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB), which clarified the role of the MIB in relation to claims against foreign uninsured drivers.

12 King’s Bench Walk houses β€˜well-known and extremely highly regarded’ barristers, who β€˜provide a first-rate service’. The set has a market-leading personal injury practice but is also adept in inquests involving disasters abroad and aviation cases. William Audland QC acted in Alison Hamilton v Kuoni Travel, regarding the liability of a tour operator for an alleged rape of a holidaymaker by a member of hotel staff.

39 Essex Chambers is β€˜a strong set’ with β€˜impressive barristers’, who are β€˜exceedingly highly regarded’. Neil Block QC was instructed by a claimant suffering from spinal injuries as a result of the terrorist attack on the Taj Hotel in Mumbai.

Outer Temple Chambers’ members provide β€˜specialist and technical support’, and have β€˜an excellent reputation’ in personal injury-related claims. Sarah Crowther appeared in the headline case of Moreno v MIB.

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