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Broadway House Chambers

Chambers of Michelle Colborne QC

1 CITY SQUARE, LEEDS, LS1 2ES, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0113 246 2600
Fax:
Fax 0113 246 2609
DX:
26403 LEEDS PARK SQUARE
Email:
Web:
www.broadwayhouse.co.uk
Bradford, Leeds

Regional Bar

Set overviews: England and Wales

Broadway House Chambers is an β€˜excellent set’ with a notable practice in family law; financial remedy work is a core area of instruction, however, members are also adept in public and private children matters. Crime and employment are other areas of expertise. The clerking team provides β€˜an excellent service’. Civil/family clerk Robin Slade is β€˜very helpful and efficient’, and senior criminal clerk Hayley Sanderson is a key contact. Offices in: Leeds

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Regional Bar

Set overviews: England and Wales

Broadway House Chambers is an β€˜excellent set’ with a notable practice in family law; financial remedy work is a core area of instruction, however, members are also adept in public and private children matters. Crime and employment are other areas of expertise. The clerking team provides β€˜an excellent service’. Civil/family clerk Robin Slade is β€˜very helpful and efficient’, and senior criminal clerk Hayley Sanderson is a key contact. Offices in: Leeds

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Regional Bar : North Eastern Circuit

Crime

Broadway House Chambers’ criminal practitioners have expertise in drugs conspiracies, money laundering, serious violence, homicide and serious sexual offences cases. The set continues to act in trials resulting from the ongoing Rotherham child sexual abuse investigations.

Crime – Leading silks

Michelle Colborne QC - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Well known for handling homicide and infant death cases.’

Ranked: tier 1

Tahir Khan QC - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in cases of serious sexual offences and murder.’

Ranked: tier 1
Crime – Leading juniors

Ian Howard - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Very experienced in handling vulnerable defendants and child witnesses.’

Ranked: tier 1

Nicholas Askins - Broadway House Chambers β€˜A specialist in criminal law.’

Ranked: tier 1

Peter Hampton - Broadway House Chambers β€˜He has a fantastic bedside manner with clients.’

Ranked: tier 1

Sophie Drake - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Highly experienced in handling serious sexual offences matters.’

Ranked: tier 1

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Employment

The team at Broadway House Chambers handle instructions from across the spectrum of employment law; recent work includes equal pay, TUPE, discrimination and unfair dismissal matters.

Employment – Leading juniors

Alex Modgill - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Very persuasive with a great bedside manner with clients.’

Ranked: tier 1

Paul Smith - Broadway House Chambers β€˜An employment law specialist.’

Ranked: tier 1

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Family and children law

Broadway House Chambers houses a β€˜strong family team’, which is well known for its strength in financial remedy work. Members undertake complex public and private children law cases.

Family and children law – Leading silks

Gillian Irving QC - Broadway House Chambers β€˜She is fierce in cross-examination.’

Ranked: tier 1
Family and children law – Leading juniors

Emily Ward - Broadway House Chambers β€˜A courageous advocate who pursues her cases with vigour.’

Ranked: tier 1

Martin Wood - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Highly regarded for his expertise in financial remedy matters.’

Ranked: tier 1

Nicholas Power - Broadway House Chambers β€˜He is a very safe pair of hands.’

Ranked: tier 1

Robert Cole - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Accessible, thorough and very polished; a skilful advocate.’

Ranked: tier 1

Semaab Shaikh - Broadway House Chambers β€˜She has particular expertise in forced marriage cases.’

Ranked: tier 1

Zira Hussain - Broadway House Chambers β€˜Very enthusiastic and a dynamic cross-examiner.’

Ranked: tier 1

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Leading sets
North Eastern Circuit – Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Broadway House Chambers (Leeds, Bradford)

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