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Leading sets

South Eastern Circuit – Leading sets

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    • 3PB (Oxford)
    • East Anglian Chambers (Norwich, Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich)
    • Fenners Chambers (Cambridge)
    • Westgate Chambers (Lewes)
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    • Becket Chambers (Canterbury, Dartford, Eastbourne, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells)
    • Guildford Chambers (Guildford)
    • Harcourt Chambers (Oxford)
    • Lamb Building (Brighton) (Brighton)
    • Red Lion Chambers (Chelmsford)
    • Regency Barristers Chambers (Peterborough)
    • Six Pump Court (Maidstone)
    • Stour Chambers (Canterbury)
    • Trinity Chambers (Chelmsford, Ipswich)

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Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law

Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery law – Leading juniors

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    • Paul Ashwell - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜He tailors his advice to the needs of the client.’
    • Marcus Croskell - East Anglian Chambers β€˜He has notable expertise in contractual disputes.’
    • James Davies - 3PB β€˜Intrepid and imaginative.’
    • Richard Egleton - Pallant Chambers β€˜Noted for his expertise in Chancery disputes.’
    • Marc Living - Pallant Chambers β€˜Very experienced in commercial disputes.’
    • Andrew Marsden - East Anglian Chambers β€˜He has an authoritative presence and is brilliant with clients.’
    • Nicholas Michael - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Formidable on his feet.’
    • Simon Redmayne - East Anglian Chambers β€˜He has an engaging client manner.’
    • Adrian Salter - Pallant Chambers β€˜Recommended for professional negligence claims regarding solicitors.’
    • Nicholas Saunders - Fenners Chambers β€˜Experienced in commercial matters involving aviation and shipping law.’
    • Andrew Sheriff - 3PB β€˜Noted for his extensive expertise in contractual disputes.’
    • Simon Sinnatt - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜He has an instinctive strategic approach.’
    • Araba Taylor - Fenners Chambers β€˜Recommended for cases involving inheritance and probate law.’
    • Gregory Tee - Guildford Chambers β€˜He prepares well and is quick on his feet.’
    • Tom Worthen - Pallant Chambers β€˜Very bright and personable.’
    • Stuart Wright - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜An impressive advocate.’

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1 Crown Office Row, Brighton’s commercial team has solid experience in commercial contractual, misrepresentation and partnership disputes. Stuart Wright has particular strength in professional negligence claims.

3PB receives instructions in cases covering shareholder disputes, insolvency, directors’ disqualification matters and contractual disputes.

East Anglian Chambers handles a purview of commercial matters; Chancery cases are another area of expertise for the team.

Fenners Chambers’ commercial team handles cases involving family businesses (involving inheritance and probate law), shipping and aviation-related matters and contractual disputes, among other areas.

Gregory Tee at Guildford Chambers has solid expertise in Chancery law matters, including TOLATA claims and wills and probate disputes.

Past work for the team at Pallant Chambers includes professional negligence claims, breach of contract cases and commercial/partnership/shareholder disputes.


Court of Protection

Court of Protection – Leading juniors

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3PB’s Court of Protection team handles general welfare matters and deprivation of liberty cases; Louise Worton has particular expertise in property and affairs cases.


Crime

Index of tables

  1. Crime – Leading silks
  2. Crime – Leading juniors

Crime – Leading silks

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Crime – Leading juniors

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    • Nneka Akudolu - 187 Fleet Street Chambers β€˜Recommended for cases involving serious violence/sexual offences and fraud.’
    • Peter Alcock - Six Pump Court β€˜A sophisticated advocate.’
    • Jonathan Atkinson - 1 Crown Office Row β€˜Recent work includes drugs conspiracies and murder cases.’
    • Richard Barton - Westgate Chambers β€˜Prosecutes and defends across a wide spectrum of serious criminal matters.’
    • James Bloomer - 23 Essex Street β€˜Very experienced in acting for clients with mental health issues.’
    • Jane Brady - Cornwall Street Oxford β€˜Very committed and conscientious; she goes the extra mile in every case.’
    • Kieran Brand - Six Pump Court β€˜Calm, charming, measured and hardworking.’
    • Gareth Burrows - Westgate Chambers β€˜Recommended for prosecution and defence work in serious criminal cases.’
    • William Carter - Drystone Chambers β€˜Very experienced in cases of fraud and historic sexual abuse.’
    • Catherine Donnelly - Six Pump Court β€˜A charming strategist.’
    • Tom Dunn - Six Pump Court β€˜Very experienced in heavyweight criminal matters.’
    • Nina Ellin - Six Pump Court β€˜She has expertise in serious sexual offences cases.’
    • John Fitzgerald - Six Pump Court β€˜Well known for defending across a purview of serious criminal matters.’
    • Daniel Frier - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Intelligent, diligent and measured.’
    • Alan Gardner - 23 Essex Street β€˜A silk in the making.’
    • Simon Gladwell - East Anglian Chambers β€˜He has expertise in sexual offences, drugs, fraud and serious violence cases.’
    • Alistair Grainger - Reeds Chambers β€˜A talented advocate who cross-examines with tact and skill.’
    • Nicholas Hamblin - Westgate Chambers β€˜Very well known for handling regulatory cases involving firearms.’
    • Gabrielle Henty - Westgate Chambers β€˜Very experienced in prosecuting across a range of serious criminal matters.’
    • Sally Hobson - Drystone Chambers β€˜Recommended for sexual abuse and homicide cases.’
    • Rowan Jenkins - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Recent work includes historic sexual abuse trials.’
    • Richard Kelly - Red Lion Chambers β€˜He has particular expertise in sexual offences matters.’
    • Sarah Lindop - Westgate Chambers β€˜She has extensive experience in serious sexual offences cases.’
    • Claire Matthews - Drystone Chambers β€˜Prosecutes and defends across a wide range of serious criminal cases.’
    • Danny Moore - Six Pump Court β€˜Charismatic and hardworking.’
    • Jane Oldfield - Red Lion Chambers β€˜Recommended for a wide spectrum of criminal matters.’
    • Christopher Paxton - Red Lion Chambers β€˜Energetic, bright, and persuasive.’
    • Christopher Prior - 1 Crown Office Row β€˜His practice includes fraud, drugs conspiracies and serious violence matters.’
    • Michael Procter - Fenners Chambers β€˜Prosecutes and defends across a panoply of criminal cases.’
    • Edward Renvoize - Drystone Chambers β€˜Very experienced in firearms, sexual offences and serious violence cases.’
    • Andrew Selby - Lamb Building (Brighton) β€˜He has extensive expertise in acting for the defence in criminal cases.’
    • Stephen Shay - 23 Essex Street β€˜Very experienced across a range of serious criminal matters.’
    • Lynne Shirley - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Highly recommended for representing vulnerable clients.’
    • Cyrus Shroff - Red Lion Chambers β€˜His bedside manner with clients is reassuringly calm.’
    • Stephen Spence - Drystone Chambers β€˜Noted for his expertise in cases involving internet crime.’
    • Sarah Taite - Westgate Chambers β€˜A tough advocate with a compassionate client manner.’
    • Simon Taylor - Six Pump Court β€˜He has the makings of a future silk.’
    • Andrew Thompson - Red Lion Chambers β€˜A confident advocate.’
    • Rebecca Upton - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜She is a conscientious advocate.’
    • Terence Woods - 187 Fleet Street Chambers β€˜He has expertise in cases of serious sexual abuse, murder, fraud and multi-handed drugs conspiracies.’

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Practitioners at 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton marked an uptick in historic sexual abuse cases, alongside instructions in high-profile murder and drugs conspiracies matters. Francesca Lewington left the set in 2017.

23 Essex Street has offices in London and Manchester, but James Bloomer, Alan Gardner and Stephen Shay handle a broad spread of work on the South Eastern Circuit. In a recent work highlight, Shay appeared in R v Shamim Miah and others, a multi-defendant people trafficking case involving the use of undercover newspaper reporters posing as migrants.

London set 187 Fleet Street Chambers is home to practitioners with a strong practice in criminal law on the South Eastern Circuit. Recent case highlights include Jason Bartfeld QC appearing in R v Patrick Rooney and others, a multi-defendant case involving people trafficking. Sarah Vine moved to Doughty Street Chambers in January 2018.

Jane Brady at Cornwall Street Oxford is regularly instructed in cases involving, among other areas, serious sexual offences, drugs conspiracies, murder and serious violence.

Drystone Chambers’ criminal practitioners are well known for handling high-profile cases of historic/recent sexual assault, multi-defendant drugs and firearms conspiracies, fraud and homicide cases.

Recent instructions for the criminal team at East Anglian Chambers include historic abuse, serious sexual offences, drugs conspiracies and high-value fraud.

Michael Procter at Fenners Chambers has solid experience in cases pertaining to cash seizure, serious road traffic accidents and homicide.

Lamb Building (Brighton) houses Andrew Selby, whose practice includes homicide, sexual offences, drugs, fraud and serious violence cases.

QEB Hollis Whiteman is home to Eleanor Laws QC, a criminal law specialist who is very well known for prosecuting and defending cases of serious sexual violence, child abuse and murder.

Red Lion Chambers’ criminal team handles a broad array of serious criminal cases, including high-profile homicide, sexual offences, drug trafficking and fraud. David Walbank QC took silk in 2018.

Reeds Chambers houses Alistair Grainger, who is instructed for the prosecution and defence in cases of serious sexual offences, homicide and serious violence, among other areas.

Six Pump Court has expertise in heavyweight criminal cases, notably serious sexual offences, high-profile murders and serious violence. Recent work highlights included multiple members of the set appearing in the R v Michael Bowditch case, where a man was charged with murder following a 17-year old girl’s death by drowning after she fell into the sea.

The crime team at Westgate Chambers reports an uptick in multi-handed drugs conspiracies and fraud cases, as well as an increase in sexual offences work.


Employment

Employment – Leading juniors

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1 Crown Office Row, Brighton houses Lauren Godfrey, who acts for claimants and respondents in TUPE, unfair dismissal, discrimination and trade union claims.

3PB’s employment team has experience in breach of contract, discrimination and unfair dismissal cases, among other areas.

Past work for Fenners Chambers’ employment group includes discrimination, TUPE and unfair dismissal matters.

Neil Ashley heads up Octagon Legal’s employment team; his practice is predominantly focused on representing employees in discrimination cases.

Old Square Chambers is linked to the South Eastern Circuit by the presence of Jack Mitchell, who has particular expertise in whistleblowing cases.

The employment group at Pallant Chambers handles TUPE, whistleblowing, unfair dismissal and discrimination cases.

Gordon Menzies leads the employment team at Six Pump Court, which has a solid track record in handling discrimination, unfair dismissals, TUPE and restrictive covenants cases.


Family and children law

Index of tables

  1. Family and children law – Leading silks
  2. Family and children law – Leading juniors

Family and children law – Leading silks

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Family and children law – Leading juniors

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    • Louisa Adamson - Becket Chambers β€˜Very experienced in cases involving allegations of domestic violence.’
    • Douglas Allen - Harcourt Chambers β€˜A very personable barrister.’
    • Grant Armstrong - Six Pump Court β€˜Experienced across a purview of family law matters.’
    • Andrew Bailey - Trinity Chambers β€˜Very well known for his expertise in TOLATA cases.’
    • Eleanor Battie - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Perspicacious and tenacious.’
    • Janet Bettle - Trinity Chambers β€˜An assiduous and persistent barrister.’
    • John Brooke-Smith - Trinity Chambers β€˜A strong advocate who easily gains clients’ trust.’
    • Katharine Bundell - Fenners Chambers β€˜She has expertise across a broad spectrum of family law cases.’
    • Jane Campbell - Harcourt Chambers β€˜A sharp advocate on her feet.’
    • George Coates - Guildford Chambers β€˜He has expertise in financial remedy cases.’
    • Holly Coates - Becket Chambers β€˜Recommended for children law and family finance cases.’
    • Jennifer Collins - Westgate Chambers β€˜Very personable with clients.’
    • Nick Davies - Fenners Chambers β€˜He has great client communication skills.’
    • Lucinda Davis - Pallant Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in public law children work.’
    • Eleanor Dewhurst - Pallant Chambers β€˜Recommended for family finance cases.’
    • Sarah Earley - Pallant Chambers β€˜A child law specialist.’
    • Katharine Ferguson - Fenners Chambers β€˜She has a very keen eye for detail and a reassuring manner.’
    • Alex Forbes - Harcourt Chambers β€˜His clear and relaxed manner gives clients confidence.’
    • Debra Gold - Fenners Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in children law work.’
    • Sara Granshaw - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Very experienced in public law children cases.’
    • Jason Green - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Very approachable and authoritative; clients warm to him.’
    • Fiona Griffin - Guildford Chambers β€˜Recommended for cases involving care and adoption proceedings.’
    • Maria Hancock - Westgate Chambers β€˜Represents all parties in public law children cases.’
    • Tina Harrington - Trinity Chambers β€˜Her practice includes financial remedy and private children law cases.’
    • Fiona Hay - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Calm, sensible, pragmatic and empathetic.’
    • Janet Haywood - Guildford Chambers β€˜She will fight her client’s corner.’
    • Paul Hollow - Fenners Chambers β€˜An amiable barrister.’
    • Marcia Hyde - Coram Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in children law cases involving sexual abuse and non-accidental injuries.’
    • Simon Johnson - Stour Chambers β€˜A walking encyclopaedia of family law.’
    • Christine Julien - Guildford Chambers β€˜Recent work includes cases of physical and sexual abuse.’
    • Edward Kirkwood - Harcourt Chambers β€˜He combines a meticulous eye with an approachable demeanour.’
    • Rosein Magee - Pallant Chambers β€˜Highly experienced across a broad spectrum of family law cases.’
    • Ian Martignetti - Regency Barristers Chambers β€˜Recommended for a purview of public and private children law work.’
    • Nicola Martin - 3PB β€˜A robust and approachable advocate.’
    • Anita Mehta - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜An indomitable advocate.’
    • Kate Miller - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Robust, skilled on her feet, and speaks the clients’ language.’
    • Simon Miller - Harcourt Chambers β€˜A very eloquent advocate, who can hold his own against silks.’
    • Amanda Minto - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜An excellent advocate on her feet.’
    • Colin Morgan - Pallant Chambers β€˜A family law specialist.’
    • Nick O’Brien - Coram Chambers β€˜A very knowledgeable advocate.’
    • Richard O’Sullivan - Coram Chambers β€˜Noted for his expertise in care cases.’
    • Jane Peckham - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Very calm yet robust; clients and judges love her.’
    • Louise Potter - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Perceptive and solution-focussed.’
    • Emily Rayner - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Her advocacy is calm, persuasive and hits home with judges.’
    • Wendy Rowlinson - Pallant Chambers β€˜A very persuasive advocate.’
    • Jonathan Sampson - Harcourt Chambers β€˜A barrister with an impressive intellect and elegant style.’
    • Claire Shrimpton - Guildford Chambers β€˜Forthright and passionate.’
    • Nigel Sleight - Regency Barristers Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in serious care cases.’
    • Roderick Spinks - Fenners Chambers β€˜Charming, pragmatic and calm under pressure.’
    • Josephine Spratt-Dawson - Trinity Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in financial remedy cases.’
    • John Thornton - Stour Chambers β€˜Very experienced in public and private children law matters.’
    • Caroline Topping - Six Pump Court β€˜Noted for her expertise in non-accidental injuries and serious physical abuse cases.’
    • Tom Tyler - 3PB β€˜Noted for his expertise in matrimonial finance work.’
    • Michael Valks - Westgate Chambers β€˜Clients like his approachable manner.’
    • Christopher Wall - Becket Chambers β€˜Very experienced in matrimonial finance and public law children matters.’
    • Kelly Ward - Pallant Chambers β€˜Experienced in international abduction cases.’
    • Stefanie Wickins - Trinity Chambers β€˜A very talented barrister with excellent technical ability.’

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At 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton, practitioners report an uptick in financial remedy cases; children law cases are another core area of instruction. Amanda Minto joined from Guildford Chambers in April 2018.

At 3PB, members are adept at handling cross-jurisdictional cases, financial remedy matters and public and private children law issues, including cases of abduction and relocation. In June 2018 Katherine Dunseath moved to 1GC | Family Law.

Becket Chambers’ family group marked an increase in private law children cases pertaining to care work; other areas of expertise include financial remedy disputes, TOLATA issues and public law children matters.

Coram Chambers has solid experience acting for local authorities, guardians and parents across a wide spectrum of private and public law children cases.

East Anglian Chambers’ family group saw an increase in family finance cases; members are also adept at handling cases involving non-accidental injuries, care proceedings and international matters. Carolyn Rothwell was appointed to the bench in March 2018.

Fenners Chambers’ members have expertise in financial remedy matters and are well known for representing guardians and local authorities in care cases.

Recent work for Guildford Chambers’ team includes care proceedings, cases involving allegations of physical and sexual abuse, TOLATA and financial remedy matters.

Harcourt Chambers has a solid reputation for the β€˜depth and breadth’ in its family team, which has seen an uptick in matrimonial finance and private law children work. Public law children cases are a core strength for the group; recent work includes cases of fabricated/induced illness, sexual abuse and international matters. In March 2018 Jane Campbell joined from Six Pump Court.

The family team at Pallant Chambers are frequently instructed in public law children work and high-value financial remedy cases. The recent workload includes a case involving allegations of female genital mutilation. In 2017 Charlotte Georges moved to The 36 Group.

Ian Martignetti and Nigel Sleight are key names at Regency Barristers Chambers for public and private children law work.

Six Pump Court reports an increase in public and private children law matters, alongside instructions in financial remedy and domestic violence cases. In March 2018 Jane Campbell moved to Harcourt Chambers

Family law is a cornerstone area of expertise at Stour Chambers. The group also has established experience in matrimonial/family finance, child abduction and public and private law children matters. In July 2018 Gemma Farrington moved to 42 Bedford Row.

Trinity Chambers reports an uptick in care instructions, alongside matrimonial finance disputes and TOLATA cases.

The recent workload for members of Westgate Chambers’s family team include cases of serious abuse, fabricated/induced illness, care proceedings and non-accidental injuries.


Personal injury and clinical negligence

Personal injury and clinical negligence – Leading juniors

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    • Nick Blake - Farrar's Building β€˜Experienced in acting for claimants and defendants across a range of personal injury matters.’
    • John Brooke-Smith - Trinity Chambers β€˜He grasps the key issues of a case quickly.’
    • Stephen Goodfellow - No5 Barristers Chambers β€˜He has expertise in employers’ and public liability claims.’
    • John Ratledge - East Anglian Chambers β€˜A strong cross-examiner.’

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John Ratledge at East Anglian Chambers handles cases involving road traffic accidents, employers’ liability and public liability, among other areas.

Farrar's Building houses Nick Blake, who has expertise in cases involving industrial disease, injuries at sea, employers’ and occupiers’ liability claims and road traffic accidents, among other areas.

Stephen Goodfellow at No5 Barristers Chambers has solid expertise in industrial disease claims, road traffic accidents and complex medical cases.

Trinity Chambers is home to John Brooke-Smith, who is well known for handling damages claims in personal injury cases.


Property

Property – Leading juniors

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    • Paul Ashwell - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Very experienced in real estate cases.’
    • Iain Bain - Fenners Chambers β€˜His practice includes contractual disputes and adverse possession claims.’
    • James Davies - 3PB β€˜Very client-friendly.’
    • Joshua Dubin - 3PB β€˜His advice is precise and succinct.’
    • Andrew Gore - Fenners Chambers β€˜Noted for his expertise in agricultural and rural law matters.’
    • Kevin Pain - Pallant Chambers β€˜Highly recommended for landlord and tenant cases.’
    • Andrew Sheriff - 3PB β€˜Well known for handling a broad range of property matters.’
    • Graham Sinclair - East Anglian Chambers β€˜He inspires confidence in clients.’
    • Simon Sinnatt - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜He easily strikes up rapport with clients.’
    • Alasdair Wilson - Fenners Chambers β€˜Experienced across a wide spectrum of property matters.’
    • Tom Worthen - Pallant Chambers β€˜Past work includes proprietary estoppel cases.’
    • Louise Worton - 3PB β€˜She has particular expertise in landlord and tenant cases.’

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Recent work for 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton includes trusts and probate-related cases, landlord and tenant disputes and adverse possession claims.

3PB’s property team has solid expertise in commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters; boundary disputes and TOLATA cases are also prominent in the group’s workload.

East Anglian Chambers’s property team has expertise in, among other areas, homelessness appeals, commercial and residential leasehold disputes, landlord and tenant matters and land registration issues.

Fenners Chambers handles boundaries and easements disputes, landlord and tenant matters and land development issues, among other areas. Andrew Gore has notable expertise in agricultural law, while Alasdair Wilson acts in cases involving residential claims.

The property team at Pallant Chambers is instructed in proprietary estoppel, commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters, unlawful eviction, residential leases and homelessness matters.


Public law

Public law – Leading juniors

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Philip Rule at No5 Barristers Chambers is well known for his practice in the field of human rights and detention law.


Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing

Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading juniors

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    • Marc Beaumont - Windsor Chambers β€˜He is innovative and client-sensitive.’
    • Daniel Owen - Fenners Chambers β€˜Very experienced in handling marine public law matters.’

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Fenners Chambers is home to Daniel Owen, who is well known for handling a panoply of marine planning and licensing cases.

Marc Beaumont at Windsor Chambers has established expertise in defending barristers, solicitors and other professionals accused of professional misconduct. Recent work for Beaumont includes representing chartered surveyors before the RICS.


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