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South Eastern Circuit – Leading sets

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    • 3PB (Oxford)
    • East Anglian Chambers (Norwich, Chelmsford, Ipswich)
    • Westgate Chambers (Lewes)
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    • Becket Chambers (Canterbury, Dartford, Eastbourne, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells)
    • Castle Chambers (Harrow)
    • Guildford Chambers (Guildford)
    • Harcourt Chambers (Oxford)
    • Lamb Building (Brighton) (Brighton)
    • Octagon Legal (Norwich)
    • 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€˜Known for his practice across a range of commercial matters.’
    • Marcus Croskell - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Experienced in contractual and insolvency disputes.’
    • James Davies - 3PB β€˜Fearless and clever.’
    • Richard Egleton - Pallant Chambers β€˜Recommended for Chancery disputes.’
    • Marc Living - Pallant Chambers β€˜Known for handling complex commercial disputes.’
    • Nicholas Michael - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Comfortable and confident opposite a silk.’
    • Simon Redmayne - East Anglian Chambers β€˜He has strong legal understanding and an acute grasp of the human condition.’
    • Adrian Salter - Pallant Chambers β€˜Experienced in commercial disputes and contract litigation matters.’
    • Nicholas Saunders - Fenners Chambers β€˜He is extremely thorough and nothing is too much trouble for him.’
    • Andrew Sheriff - 3PB β€˜Very experienced in contractual disputes.’
    • Simon Sinnatt - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜His practice includes insolvency and professional negligence cases.’
    • Araba Taylor - Fenners Chambers β€˜She has an instinctive and insightful way with words.’
    • Gregory Tee - Guildford Chambers β€˜Very experienced in bankruptcy and insolvency matters.’
    • Tom Worthen - Pallant Chambers β€˜He has an excellent bedside manner with clients.’

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The group at 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton has particular expertise in commercial disputes involving contracts, partnerships and misrepresentation.

3PB’s commercial practice covers a variety of areas, including insolvency, shareholder disputes and directors’ disqualification matters. James Davies is known for SME disputes, while Andrew Sheriff is experienced in the field of contractual claims.

East Anglian Chambers’ team covers the full spectrum of commercial matters. Chancery cases are also a predominate area of instruction for the set.

Fenners Chambers receives instructions in cases covering family businesses, contractual disputes and bankruptcy. It is also noted for transport-related work in the shipping and aviation sectors.

Guildford Chambers houses Gregory Tee, who is well known for his practice in Chancery law including insolvency disputes and TOLATA cases.

Pallant Chambers’ commercial team has β€˜great depth’, with members being instructed in commercial disputes, professional negligence claims and breach of contract cases.


Court of Protection

Court of Protection – Leading juniors

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The Court of Protection team at 3PB has experience in deprivation of liberty cases and general welfare matters. Louise Worton, however, is known for her practice 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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    • Peter Alcock - Six Pump Court β€˜Defends and prosecutes across a range of serious crime cases.’
    • Jonathan Atkinson - Westgate Chambers β€˜Experienced in prosecuting sensitive and complicated matters.’
    • Guy Ayers - Octagon Legal β€˜Experienced in cases involving firearms and confiscation.’
    • Richard Barton - Westgate Chambers β€˜Known for defending and prosecuting motor death cases.’
    • Jane Brady - Cornwall Street Oxford β€˜Recent cases include murder and serious sexual assaults.’
    • Gareth Burrows - Westgate Chambers β€˜Experienced in defence work across a range of criminal matters.’
    • William Carter - Drystone Chambers β€˜Conscientious and attentive to clients’ welfare.’
    • Catherine Donnelly - Six Pump Court β€˜An oasis of calm in a trial.’
    • Andrew Dowden - Castle Chambers β€˜Recommended for fraud and money laundering cases.’
    • Tom Dunn - Six Pump Court β€˜Very conscientious and diligent.’
    • Nina Ellin - Six Pump Court β€˜A highly effective and no-nonsense advocate.’
    • John Fitzgerald - Six Pump Court β€˜He has a first-class reputation for serious criminal defence work.’
    • Alan Gardner - 23 Essex Street β€˜Very calm under pressure and instinctively fair.’
    • Simon Gladwell - East Anglian Chambers β€˜A senior junior with vast experience in sexual offences cases.’
    • Nicholas Hamblin - Westgate Chambers β€˜His regulatory work covers licensing and animal welfare cases.’
    • Sally Hobson - Drystone Chambers β€˜A highly skilled cross-examiner.’
    • Rowan Jenkins - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜His practice covers homicide, historic sexual abuse, and health and safety cases.’
    • Richard Kelly - Red Lion Chambers β€˜Recommended for complex sexual offences cases.’
    • Mark Kimsey - Castle Chambers β€˜Specialises in cases of white-collar fraud.’
    • Francesca Lewington - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Very well known for her RSPCA work.’
    • Sarah Lindop - Westgate Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in sexual offence matters.’
    • Claire Matthews - Drystone Chambers β€˜Recommended for serious murder and sexual offence cases.’
    • Nicola May - Red Lion Chambers β€˜Prosecutes and defends across a full spectrum of criminal matters.’
    • Jane Oldfield - Red Lion Chambers β€˜Steadfast with great legal acumen.’
    • Christopher Paxton - Red Lion Chambers β€˜A very good cross-examiner.’
    • Christopher Prior - Westgate Chambers β€˜Prosecutes and defends across a panoply of criminal cases.’
    • Michael Procter - Fenners Chambers β€˜Well known for serious road traffic and cash seizure cases.’
    • Andrew Selby - Lamb Building (Brighton) β€˜A specialist in criminal defence work.’
    • Stephen Shay - 23 Essex Street β€˜His explanations of highly complex evidential issues are straightforward.’
    • Lynne Shirley - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Experienced with young and vulnerable clients, witnesses and defendants.’
    • Simon Taylor - Six Pump Court β€˜His conduct of a case defines case ownership.’
    • Andrew Thompson - Red Lion Chambers β€˜Authoritative and assertive.’
    • Rebecca Upton - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Very experienced across a broad range of criminal cases.’
    • Sarah Vine - 187 Fleet Street Chambers β€˜She specialises in serious violence and sexual offence matters.’
    • David Walbank - Red Lion Chambers β€˜Well known for cases involving fraud, money laundering and bribery.’
    • Richard Wood - Red Lion Chambers β€˜His practice includes fraud, road traffic cases and military law matters.’
    • Terence Woods - 187 Fleet Street Chambers β€˜Experienced in cases involving murder, people trafficking, and fraud.’

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1 Crown Office Row, Brighton houses experts in prosecution and defence work. Notable expertise includes animal welfare, murder and serious sexual offences cases. Julian Dale retired in 2016.

23 Essex Street has offices in London and Manchester, but Alan Gardner and Stephen Shay practice on the South Eastern Circuit. Gardner led the prosecution in the trial of four Afghan asylum seekers accused of sexually abusing young girls in Brighton, while Shay appeared in R v Accamo, a β€˜Trojan horse’ fraud involving obtaining jewellery worth over Β£6m.

London set 187 Fleet Street Chambers includes criminal practitioners with a strong practice on the South Eastern Circuit. Particular experience includes homicide cases; for example, Terence Woods was recently instructed in a case of attempted matricide by means of an insulin injection.

Members of Castle Chambers both defend and prosecute criminal cases. Head of chambers Mark Kimsey has particular expertise in white-collar fraud matters.

Cornwall Street Oxford houses Jane Brady, whose recent workload includes murder, child abduction and serious sexual offences cases.

Members at Drystone Chambers have experience in high-profile murder, fraud and sexual assault cases. In 2016, Angela Rafferty QC left to join Red Lion Chambers and Gregory Perrins was appointed to the bench.

The crime team at East Anglian Chambers handles various criminal cases, including drugs offences, homicide, sexual offences and fraud. In 2016, Lynne Shirley successfully prosecuted in R v Shirley Freed; the defendant was accused of sending a hoax noxious substance to the former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. Rex Bryan retired from full practice.

Fenners Chambers houses specialists in sexual offences, homicide, firearms and drugs cases. Michael Procter is a key contact.

Andrew Selby at Lamb Building (Brighton) has particular expertise in fraud, sexual offences, drugs and homicide cases.

Octagon Legal houses Guy Ayers, who is known for his experience in cases involving firearms.

QEB Hollis Whiteman houses Eleanor Laws QC, who is an expert in prosecuting and defending cases of child abuse and serious sexual violence.

Red Lion Chambers has expertise in fraud, homicide, sexual offences and drug trafficking cases, among others. Notable highlights saw Simon Spence QC instructed in the R v Fairweather case, where a 15-year old boy was charged with a double murder in Colchester. In 2016, Angela Rafferty QC joined from Drystone Chambers.

The β€˜excellent’ criminal team at Six Pump Court is well known for handling cases involving high-profile murders and serious sexual offences. Richard Barraclough QC is currently acting in the case concerning the murder of Karl Bunster, whose body remains missing, and Oliver Saxby QC successfully prosecuted in the R v Michael Danaher case, regarding the murder of rare book seller Adrian Greenwood. John O’Higgins left to join No5 Barristers Chambers in January 2017.

Westgate Chambers’ criminal team has seen a rise in prosecution work, but members remain adept at defence instructions. Recent cases include sexual offences, murder and drugs conspiracies.


Employment

Employment – Leading juniors

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    • Neil Ashley - Octagon Legal β€˜His advocacy is gripping and exciting to watch.’
    • Jonathan Buckle - Regency Barristers Chambers β€˜Recommended for cases involving unfair and wrongful dismissal.’
    • Grace Cullen - Six Pump Court β€˜Thorough, bright and a pleasure to work with.’
    • Peter Doughty - Pallant Chambers β€˜He has expertise in disability discrimination cases.’
    • William Emerson - Pallant Chambers β€˜Known for his practice in sex and disability discrimination claims.’
    • Carl Fender - Regency Barristers Chambers β€˜His legal arguments show an extremely high level of ingenuity.’
    • Lauren Godfrey - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Experienced across a range of employment matters.’
    • Shahin Ismail - Fenners Chambers β€˜Recommended for contentious employment cases, including whistleblowing.’
    • Andrew MacPhail - 3PB β€˜Practical and professional; clients love him.’
    • Mike Magee - Fenners Chambers β€˜Particularly well known for his discrimination practice.’
    • Gordon Menzies - Six Pump Court β€˜He has particular expertise in cases involving schools and local authorities.’
    • Jack Mitchell - Old Square Chambers β€˜He has no weaknesses.’
    • Rowan Morton - Guildford Chambers β€˜A very safe pair of hands.’
    • Matthew Pascall - Guildford Chambers β€˜He instils confidence in clients.’
    • Guy Sims - Fenners Chambers β€˜Known for unfair dismissal, redundancy and discrimination cases.’

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Lauren Godfrey at 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton works across a broad range of employment matters and is noted for cases that overlap with data protection law.

3PB receive instructions in discrimination, victimisation, whistleblowing and breach of contract cases. Andrew McPhail acts for both claimants and respondents.

Fenners Chambers’ employment team has experience in TUPE, whistleblowing, unfair dismissal and discrimination cases.

The group at Guildford Chambers represents respondents and claimants across a variety of cases including unfair dismissals, redundancy, victimisation and TUPE.

Neil Ashley leads the employment group at Octagon Legal; he is particularly well known for representing employees.

Old Square Chambers does not have an office on the South Eastern Circuit but Jack Mitchell, who joined from 3PB in 2016, is well known in the region. Mitchell recently appeared in a case concerning a matter of national security involving Covert Human Intelligence Sources.

Pallant Chambers houses William Emerson and Peter Doughty. Recent cases include discrimination, TUPE, whistleblowing and unfair dismissal matters.

Regency Barristers Chambers’ employment team is instructed in a variety of matters, including industrial action, discrimination and wrongful dismissal cases.

Six Pump Court’s employment team has extensive experience in restrictive covenants, discrimination cases, unfair dismissals and TUPE matters. Practice group leader Gordon Menzies is currently acting in the Anthony Porter v Jungheinrich UK case, regarding an unfair dismissal claim.


Family and children law

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  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€˜Straight-talking, astute and practical.’
    • Robert Aldous - Octagon Legal β€˜Very experienced in cases involving domestic abuse, injunctions and occupation orders.’
    • Grant Armstrong - Six Pump Court β€˜Recommended for all areas of family law.’
    • Andrew Bailey - Trinity Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in TOLATA matters.’
    • Laura Bayley - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Specialises in public and private law children cases.’
    • Katharine Bundell - Fenners Chambers β€˜Recommended for a wide range of family law matters.’
    • Jane Campbell - Six Pump Court β€˜Her intellect and calm manner bring her success.’
    • Amanda Clarke - Westgate Chambers β€˜Her practice incorporates all aspects of law regarding family life.’
    • George Coates - Guildford Chambers β€˜A robust advocate, who works hard for his clients.’
    • Holly Coates - Becket Chambers β€˜Specialises in family finance and property matters.’
    • Jennifer Collins - Westgate Chambers β€˜Experienced in contact and residence disputes.’
    • Marie Crawford - Becket Chambers β€˜Experienced in foreign abduction cases.’
    • Nick Davies - Fenners Chambers β€˜He has a relaxed style and pragmatic approach.’
    • Lucinda Davis - Pallant Chambers β€˜Intelligent and focused.’
    • Eleanor Dewhurst - Pallant Chambers β€˜Known for public law proceedings.’
    • Jeremy Dugdale - Octagon Legal β€˜Recommended for cases involving mental health issues.’
    • Katherine Dunseath - 3PB β€˜She has a forceful cross-examination style.’
    • Sarah Earley - Pallant Chambers β€˜A joy to instruct.’
    • Gemma Farrington - Stour Chambers β€˜A specialist in care proceedings.’
    • Katharine Ferguson - Fenners Chambers β€˜Personable with clients and assertive in court.’
    • Alex Forbes - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Confident and capable in court.’
    • Charlotte Georges - Pallant Chambers β€˜Experienced in family cases with an international element.’
    • Debra Gold - Fenners Chambers β€˜Experienced in cross-examining vulnerable witnesses.’
    • Sara Granshaw - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Brilliantly clever with a lovely client manner.’
    • Jason Green - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Keenly intelligent and accomplished on his feet.’
    • Fiona Griffin - Guildford Chambers β€˜Extensively experienced in private law children matters.’
    • Maria Hancock - Westgate Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in children law work.’
    • Tina Harrington - Trinity Chambers β€˜Very experienced in financial remedy matters.’
    • Fiona Hay - Harcourt Chambers β€˜A first-class lawyer.’
    • Janet Haywood - Guildford Chambers β€˜Known for public law children cases.’
    • Paul Hollow - Fenners Chambers β€˜Recommended for financial disputes.’
    • Marcia Hyde - Coram Chambers β€˜A courageous advocate.’
    • Christine Julien - Guildford Chambers β€˜Experienced in relocation and international child abduction cases.’
    • Anthony Kefford - Fenners Chambers β€˜Highly recommended for financial disputes and private law children matters.’
    • James King-Smith - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Well known for his matrimonial finance practice.’
    • Edward Kirkwood - Harcourt Chambers β€˜His air of composed authority instils confidence.’
    • Rosein Magee - Pallant Chambers β€˜Hardworking and robust.’
    • Andrew Marsden - East Anglian Chambers β€˜His practice includes family property disputes.’
    • Ian Martignetti - Regency Barristers Chambers β€˜He has extensive experience in public and private law children cases.’
    • Nicola Martin - 3PB β€˜Known for financial relief and complex care cases.’
    • Anita Mehta - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Her practice focuses on complex financial remedy matters.’
    • Kate Miller - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Forthright yet sympathetic with clients.’
    • Amanda Minto - Guildford Chambers β€˜Very experienced in financial remedy work.’
    • Colin Morgan - Pallant Chambers β€˜He has the makings of a future silk.’
    • Nick O’Brien - Coram Chambers β€˜He gets to the heart of a case very quickly.’
    • Richard O’Sullivan - Coram Chambers β€˜Very experienced in a range of family cases.’
    • Jane Peckham - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Experienced in private law children cases.’
    • Louise Potter - Harcourt Chambers β€˜Reliable without fail.’
    • Carolyn Rothwell - East Anglian Chambers β€˜Unflustered and serene under great pressure.’
    • Wendy Rowlinson - Pallant Chambers β€˜She forges great relationships with clients.’
    • Pegah Sharghy - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜A specialist in financial matters.’
    • Claire Shrimpton - Guildford Chambers β€˜She can instantly put clients at ease.’
    • Nigel Sleight - Regency Barristers Chambers β€˜Recommended for serious care cases.’
    • Adam Smith - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Very experienced in all aspects of children matters.’
    • Roderick Spinks - Fenners Chambers β€˜Fantastic on his feet.’
    • Josephine Spratt-Dawson - Trinity Chambers β€˜Specialises in financial remedy.’
    • John Thornton - Stour Chambers β€˜Pragmatic, forthright and intelligent.’
    • Caroline Topping - Six Pump Court β€˜Recommended for cases of serious physical abuse and non-accidental injury.’
    • Tom Tyler - 3PB β€˜A specialist in matrimonial finance.’
    • Michael Valks - Westgate Chambers β€˜Recommended for private law children work.’
    • Kelly Ward - Pallant Chambers β€˜A very bright advocate.’

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Adam Smith is head of the family group at 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton, where members have expertise in children cases and financial matters.

The family team at 3PB handles private and public children law, TOLATA matters and cross-jurisdictional cases, among other areas.

The family group at Becket Chambers has β€˜depth of experience’ across financial remedy matters, contact disputes, TOLATA issues, public and private law children matters, and paternity cases, to name but a few.

At Coram Chambers, members represent parents, local authorities and guardians in a range of public and private law children cases. Demonstrating niche expertise, Richard O’Sullivan is instructed in cases of forced marriage and female genital mutilation.

East Anglian Chambers marked an uptick in care cases; other areas of expertise include family finance, fabricated illness and non-accidental injury.

The family team at Fenners Chambers houses specialists in financial remedy matters; members also act for local authorities and guardians in care cases.

The β€˜good family team’ at Guildford Chambers is very experienced in financial remedy matters, TOLATA and public and private law children cases.

A β€˜top-drawer’ set for family work, Harcourt Chambers is particularly well known for children cases, including physical and sexual abuse and international matters. John Vater QC was part of a team that was involved in a 2016 Supreme Court case considering the proper application of Article 15 Brussels II Revised. Financial remedy work is another key area of instruction.

Octagon Legal’s family team handles domestic violence, co-habitation and financial remedy matters. Public law children work is another area of expertise for the set.

Pallant Chambers’ family group has β€˜a depth of talent and ability’, with particular expertise in high-value financial remedy cases and public law children work. The recent caseload includes a High Court case regarding alleged child radicalisation.

Regency Barristers Chambers houses Ian Martignetti and Nigel Sleight, who are key contacts for childcare matters, such as abuse claims.

Six Pump Court’s family team has experience in cases involving non-accidental injuries, family finance, domestic violence matters and international care issues.

Stour Chambers is best known for family law, where members act in public and private law children matters, family finance disputes and child abduction cases.

Trinity Chambers is adept at handling TOLATA cases, matrimonial finance matters and Children Act disputes.

Westgate Chambers marks an uptick in care instructions, in which members represent parents, grandparents and guardians.


Personal injury and clinical negligence

Personal injury and clinical negligence – Leading juniors

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1 Crown Office Row, Brighton houses Stuart Wright, an expert in personal injury matters, including fatal accident claims.

At East Anglian Chambers; Shona Harvey acts for claimants and defendants in cases involving employers’ liability and road traffic accidents, among other matters.

Farrar’s Building is instructed in cases involving road traffic accidents, industrial disease, employers’ and occupiers’ liability claims and injuries at sea. Nick Blake is a key contact.

No5 Barristers Chambers is home to Stephen Goodfellow, who has extensive experience in complex medical matters, construction site accidents and deafness cases.

John Brooke-Smith at Trinity Chambers recently acted in a case involving the death of an HGV driver due to a sheet of glass falling from his vehicle.


Property

Property – Leading juniors

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    • Caroline Allison - Fenners Chambers β€˜She represents landlords and tenants in a range of cases.’
    • Paul Ashwell - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜Recommended for real estate matters.’
    • Iain Bain - Fenners Chambers β€˜He has a razor-sharp mind.’
    • Andrew Gore - Fenners Chambers β€˜He has a niche interest in agricultural and rural law.’
    • Kevin Pain - Pallant Chambers β€˜A walking encyclopaedia.’
    • Andrew Sheriff - 3PB β€˜He has a genuine talent at communicating complicated facts in straightforward terms.’
    • Graham Sinclair - East Anglian Chambers β€˜His practice includes trusts of land, boundaries and easements, and property-related torts.’
    • Simon Sinnatt - 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton β€˜He represents developers, private clients and local government in cases.’
    • Alasdair Wilson - Fenners Chambers β€˜Determined and thorough.’
    • Tom Worthen - Pallant Chambers β€˜He has infallible people skills.’
    • Louise Worton - 3PB β€˜Highly intelligent and down to earth.’

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1 Crown Office Row, Brighton reports an uptick in trusts and probate-related matters. The team also has expertise in handling residential landlord and tenant cases.

A substantial amount of 3PB’s property team’s instructions focus on commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters. Other areas include TOLATA cases and boundary disputes.

East Anglian Chambers handles boundaries and easements, trusts of land matters, homelessness appeals, and land registration issues.

Fenners Chambers’ team has expertise in boundary and contract disputes, professional negligence matters, and anti-social behaviour cases. Up-and-coming barrister Iain Bain recently appeared in the First-tier Tribunal regarding a case of adverse possession of agricultural land.

Pallant Chambers has a varied practice covering residential leases, proprietary estoppel, commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters, and unlawful evictions. Members also have expertise in homelessness matters.


Public law

Public law – Leading juniors

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No5 Barristers Chambers is home to Philip Rule, who has particular expertise 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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The criminal team at 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton has extensive experience in health and safety, environmental and regulatory matters. Key areas of instruction include cases of serious injuries, fatalities and unauthorised waste disposal.

Fenners Chambers houses Daniel Owen, a specialist on all aspects of marine planning and licensing.


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