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Fountain Court Chambers

FOUNTAIN COURT, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 9DH, ENGLAND
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London Bar

Set overviews: England and Wales

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘a Premier League set’ with ‘extremely bright, yet commercially astute barristers’ whom solicitors ‘would not hesitate in recommending’. It is ‘a go-to set for banking and finance matters’ and is highly regarded across all aspects of commercial litigation. With a growing international presence, chambers recently opened an office in Singapore and hired Caroline McConnon as the Asia practice manager. McConnon works closely with the administration team in London, which provides ‘an excellent, responsive service’. ‘The clerks are right at the top of the tree in terms of their ability, quality and professionalism’; for some, ‘they are the best to deal with by far’. Senior clerk Alex Taylor provides ‘an excellent service’ and deputy senior clerk Paul Martenstyn ‘deserves particular mention’. Team leader Sian Huckett is also singled out as ‘superb’. Offices in: London

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London Bar

Administrative and public law (including local government)
Administrative and public law (including local government) – Leading sets - ranked: tier 4

Fountain Court Chambers

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘an excellent set’ that provides ‘an excellent service’. It is highly regarded for public law issues that arise out of commercial litigation.

Administrative and public law (including local government) – Leading silks

Charles Béar QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn expert in regulatory challenges.

Ranked: tier 5

Patricia Robertson QC - Fountain Court ChambersShe has a strong grasp of regulatory judicial reviews.

Ranked: tier 6

Timothy Dutton QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe has particular expertise in regulatory matters.

Ranked: tier 6
Administrative and public law (including local government) – Leading juniors

Chloe Carpenter - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely clever, clear thinking and practical in her approach.

Ranked: tier 3

James McClelland - Fountain Court ChambersParticularly good for commercial judicial review.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Aviation
Aviation – Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Fountain Court Chambers

The aviation team at Fountain Court Chambers is ‘highly experienced in high-profile and complex aviation cases’ with ‘fantastic expertise at both silk and junior level’. Key cases include Jet2.com v Tarom which examined the interaction between the issues of causation and the assessment of damages, and ACG Acquisition XX v Olympic Airlines in the Court of Appeal.

Aviation – Leading silks

Akhil Shah QC - Fountain Court ChambersA star of the aviation Bar.’

Ranked: tier 2

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersDo not be fooled by his charm, he is a man of understated brilliance.’

Ranked: tier 2

Charles Béar QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely intelligent and responsive.’

Ranked: tier 4

Michael Crane QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn approachable and calm barrister, with an amazing ability to quickly get to grips with a case.’

Ranked: tier 1

Michael McLaren QC - Fountain Court ChambersA fantastic performer.’

Ranked: tier 3

Stephen Moriarty QC - Fountain Court ChambersA strategic thinker.’

Ranked: tier 3
Aviation – Leading juniors

Adam Zellick - Fountain Court ChambersProcedurally brilliant and extraordinarily hardworking

Ranked: tier 3

Alexander Milner - Fountain Court ChambersVery precise and hardworking.’

Ranked: tier 3

James Cutress - Fountain Court ChambersA strong analytical mind which is able to cut through the difficult factual and complex legal issues.’

Ranked: tier 2

James Duffy - Fountain Court ChambersHe takes initiative and has a good sense of how to manage a client relationship.’

Ranked: tier 3

Rosalind Phelps - Fountain Court ChambersEngaging and effective.’

Ranked: tier 2

Tamara Oppenheimer - Fountain Court ChambersA rapier efficiency in being able to identify the key issues and deploy highly effective legal analysis.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Banking and finance (including consumer credit)
Banking and finance (including consumer credit) – Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Fountain Court Chambers

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘the premier banking set’. ‘There is an impressive range of talent at all levels and a common feature of all the barristers is their user-friendliness.’ Members have been instructed on several key banking disputes, including Ng Su Ling and Quah Su Ling v Goldman Sachs and Barclays Bank v Unicredit, where the defendant is seeking permission to appeal to the Supreme Court.

Banking and finance (including consumer credit) – Leading silks

Adam Tolley QC - Fountain Court ChambersVery knowledgeable about a broad range of finance matters.’

Ranked: tier 5

Akhil Shah QC - Fountain Court ChambersThe epitome of a modern leader, nothing is too much trouble for him.’

Ranked: tier 5

Andrew Mitchell QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn extremely clever silk with excellent judgement and courtroom presence.’

Ranked: tier 4

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersOne of the bar’s leading lights – unbelievably intelligent and incredibly approachable.’

Ranked: tier 1

David Railton QC - Fountain Court ChambersThe best practising barrister in the country.’

Ranked: tier 1

Derrick Dale QC - Fountain Court ChambersTechnically creative, enthusiastic and very much onside with clients’ interests.’

Ranked: tier 3

Guy Philipps QC - Fountain Court ChambersHighly intelligent and a great black-letter lawyer.’

Ranked: tier 4

Jeffrey Chapman QC - Fountain Court ChambersFabulous and fun to instruct.’

Ranked: tier 5

John Taylor QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe has a robust courtroom style and reads the judge very well.’

Ranked: tier 5

Marcus Smith QC - Fountain Court ChambersIncredibly bright, a pleasure to deal with, and all over the detail in a way some silks are not.’

Ranked: tier 4

Michael Brindle QC - Fountain Court ChambersA shrewd operator, and excellent at making legal sense of complex banking transactions.’

Ranked: tier 1

Patricia Robertson QC - Fountain Court ChambersA highly approachable and highly adaptable silk, those in the know go to her.’

Ranked: tier 4

Patrick Goodall QC - Fountain Court ChambersA real star; a great advocate and somebody to have on your side in a tricky case.’

Ranked: tier 5

Raymond Cox QC - Fountain Court ChambersA class act and a pleasure to work with; the first-choice QC for financial markets related litigation.’

Ranked: tier 1

Richard Coleman QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely knowledgeable on the mis-selling of interest rate swaps and Libor manipulation.’

Ranked: tier 3

Richard Handyside QC - Fountain Court ChambersA highly compelling advocate who wins the trust of judges and clients alike.’

Ranked: tier 2

Timothy Howe QC - Fountain Court ChambersHardworking and user-friendly.’

Ranked: tier 4
Banking and finance (including consumer credit) – Leading juniors

Adam Zellick - Fountain Court ChambersHis impressive intellectual abilities are matched by his charm and thoroughness.’

Ranked: tier 2

Ben Valentin - Fountain Court ChambersAn efficient, robust and clear senior junior.’

Ranked: tier 1

Deepak Nambisan - Fountain Court ChambersA super-smooth operator, who is particularly good with clients.’

Ranked: tier 3

Edward Levey - Fountain Court ChambersRecommended for his experience in multi-jurisdictional banking and fraud disputes.’

Ranked: tier 4

Henry King - Fountain Court ChambersSharp and thorough, he also has the advantage of duel legal and accountancy qualifications.’

Ranked: tier 2

James Duffy - Fountain Court ChambersHe is infectiously enthusiastic and shows real determination combined with excellent analysis.’

Ranked: tier 4

James McClelland - Fountain Court ChambersHe has an outstanding ability to grasp the technical aspects of financial products.’

Ranked: tier 3

Marianne Butler - Fountain Court ChambersA big-time star of the future, she is fantastic and an absolute pleasure to work with.’

Ranked: tier 4

Nik Yeo - Fountain Court ChambersCombines impressive legal abilities with a numeracy rare at the Bar.’

Ranked: tier 2

Paul Sinclair - Fountain Court ChambersA very good banking litigator with a common-sense approach to issues that arise.’

Ranked: tier 4

Rosalind Phelps - Fountain Court ChambersA star in banking and finance litigation.’

Ranked: tier 4

Rupert Allen - Fountain Court ChambersHe understands the banks, their drivers, and the commercial sensitivities they face.’

Ranked: tier 4

Simon Atrill - Fountain Court ChambersHis advocacy is remarkable; he is exceptionally articulate and utterly unflappable.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Commercial litigation
Commercial litigation – Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Fountain Court Chambers

Fountain Court Chambers is an ‘excellent commercial set with real strength in depth at all levels of experience’ and a ‘go-to set for substantial commercial disputes of any kind’. Work highlights included Tchenguiz and others v SFO and the Fiona Trust litigation, which went to the Court of Appeal. Clients are quick to praise the ‘excellent service’ from the clerks.

Commercial litigation – Leading silks

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersA brilliant lawyer, a devastatingly effective advocate and a true team player.’

Ranked: tier 1

David Railton QC - Fountain Court ChambersA fabulous advocate who is calm and erudite, and understands extremely complex disputes.’

Ranked: tier 2

Derrick Dale QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn excellent lawyer, who is very bright and immensely calm under pressure.’

Ranked: tier 5

Guy Philipps QC - Fountain Court ChambersGreat on complicated points of law and an excellent appellate advocate.’

Ranked: tier 6

Jeffrey Chapman QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe is very user-friendly, hardworking and remains in good spirits under pressure.’

Ranked: tier 5

Michael Brindle QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe has unparalleled experience, making him sure to bring value and good judgement.’

Ranked: tier 1

Michael Crane QC - Fountain Court ChambersOne of the best-recognised silks in his field and still at the top of his game.’

Ranked: tier 2

Michael McLaren QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn absolutely first-rate commercial silk with a real will to win on the client’s behalf.’

Ranked: tier 5

Raymond Cox QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe has a very measured, logical and persuasive style of advocacy.’

Ranked: tier 5

Richard Coleman QC - Fountain Court ChambersA gem and a real pleasure to work with.’

Ranked: tier 6

Richard Handyside QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe is incredibly bright and comes up with points that everyone else has missed.’

Ranked: tier 5

Simon Browne-Wilkinson QC - Fountain Court ChambersA highly rated QC for major international disputes.’

Ranked: tier 6

Stephen Moriarty QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe is very thoughtful, gets up to speed quickly and gives solid, sensible advice.’

Ranked: tier 4

Stephen Rubin QC - Fountain Court ChambersGood to have in the trenches with you in a difficult case.’

Ranked: tier 4

Timothy Howe QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe shows excellent attention to detail and outstanding written work, and is excellent to work with.’

Ranked: tier 4
Commercial litigation – Leading juniors

Adam Zellick - Fountain Court ChambersGreat to work with, incredibly bright, user-friendly and commercial.’

Ranked: tier 4

Ben Lynch* - DevereuxHe has a good eye for detail, responds promptly, and is always very helpful and approachable.’ *now at Fountain Court Chambers.

Ranked: tier 5

Ben Valentin - Fountain Court ChambersUndoubtedly one of the stars in the ranks of commercial juniors.’

Ranked: tier 1

Bridget Lucas - Fountain Court ChambersA team player and sound tactician, who is commercial, and user-friendly.’

Ranked: tier 4

Edward Levey - Fountain Court ChambersA very user-friendly barrister, who is destined for the top and is very good on conflicts of law issues.’

Ranked: tier 4

Henry King - Fountain Court ChambersVery bright, commercial, succinct and responsive – a real star.’

Ranked: tier 3

James Cutress - Fountain Court ChambersHe is aggressive when he needs to be, but very commercial with it.’

Ranked: tier 2

James McClelland - Fountain Court ChambersDefinitely a rising star – intelligent, articulate, a compelling advocate and good fun.’

Ranked: tier 5

Paul Sinclair - Fountain Court ChambersAn excellent advocate who is easy to work with and very calm and measured in his approach.’

Ranked: tier 1

Rosalind Phelps - Fountain Court ChambersVery user-friendly, attentive, and willing to roll up her sleeves and go the extra mile.’

Ranked: tier 4

Rupert Allen - Fountain Court ChambersPeerless in his knowledge of the law.’

Ranked: tier 5

Tamara Oppenheimer - Fountain Court ChambersA silk in the making; technically strong, user-friendly, commercial and pragmatic.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Company and partnership
Company – Leading juniors

Bridget Lucas - Fountain Court ChambersA commercial team player, who is a sound tactician and user-friendly in her approach.’

Ranked: tier 2

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Employment
Employment – Leading silks

Adam Tolley QC - Fountain Court ChambersVery good with clients.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Energy
Energy – Leading silks

Timothy Howe QC - Fountain Court ChambersStrong experience in African upstream oil and gas disputes.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Fraud: civil
Fraud: civil – Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Fountain Court Chambers

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘an excellent set that has strengths at all levels’ and forms ‘an essential part of any litigation team’. Members were heavily involved in the JSC BTA Bank v Mukhtar Ablyazov litigation as well as the Fiona Trust and Novoship cases.

Fraud: civil – Leading silks

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn irreplaceable asset on any complex, large-scale litigation.’

Ranked: tier 2

Brian Doctor QC - Fountain Court ChambersHighly dedicated, driven, and willing to commit to, and meet, difficult deadlines.’

Ranked: tier 3

Michael Brindle QC - Fountain Court ChambersClients want his opinion because of his enormous experience.’

Ranked: tier 1

Simon Browne-Wilkinson QC - Fountain Court ChambersA meticulous strategist who is great with clients.’

Ranked: tier 2

Stephen Rubin QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe is very user friendly, excellent with judges and doesn’t mind getting stuck in.’

Ranked: tier 2

Timothy Howe QC - Fountain Court ChambersA very good advocate, who is intelligent, straightforward and a pleasure to deal with.’

Ranked: tier 4
Fraud: civil – Leading juniors

Adam Zellick - Fountain Court ChambersProcedurally brilliant, extraordinarily hardworking, and a pleasure to work with.’

Ranked: tier 2

Ben Valentin - Fountain Court ChambersVery user-friendly and willing to roll his sleeves up.’

Ranked: tier 1

Deepak Nambisan - Fountain Court ChambersHe offers strategic, commercial advice and is particularly diligent and reliable.’

Ranked: tier 2

Edward Levey - Fountain Court ChambersVery good on conflicts of law issues.’

Ranked: tier 4

Rosalind Phelps - Fountain Court ChambersShe really holds her own, and is smart and very user-friendly.’

Ranked: tier 3

Simon Atrill - Fountain Court ChambersHe is very good on paper and cuts through the documents.’

Ranked: tier 4

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IT and telecoms (including data protection)
IT and telecoms (excluding regulatory) – Leading silks

Timothy Howe QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely hardworking and tenacious.’

Ranked: tier 4
Telecoms (regulatory) – Leading juniors

Ben Lynch* - DevereuxConfident in leading cases.’ *now at Fountain Court Chambers.

Ranked: tier 1

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Insolvency
Insolvency – Leading silks

Michael Green QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn excellent forensic advocate.’

Ranked: tier 4
Insolvency – Leading juniors

Ben Valentin - Fountain Court ChambersOne of the most impressive juniors; extremely clever with a phenomenal work rate and an easy manner.’

Ranked: tier 2

Bridget Lucas - Fountain Court ChambersExperienced in commercial and banking matters.’

Ranked: tier 5

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Insurance and reinsurance
Insurance and reinsurance – Leading sets - ranked: tier 3

Fountain Court Chambers

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘a standout set with excellent clerks and excellent barristers’. Members continue to act on cases arising from the 9/11 tragedy, such as Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company v Heraldglen in the High Court. There have also been several claims emanating from the global financial crisis.

Insurance and reinsurance – Leading silks

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe is incredibly user-friendly and has a wonderful way of making difficult issues easy to understand.’

Ranked: tier 5

David Railton QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe has an easy-to-follow manner, and distils complex disputes into a handful of key issues.’

Ranked: tier 1

Guy Philipps QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe provides decisive opinions and advice, and gets into the detail remarkably quickly.’

Ranked: tier 5

Michael Crane QC - Fountain Court ChambersPre-eminent.’

Ranked: tier 1

Raymond Cox QC - Fountain Court ChambersVery sound and a pleasure to work with.’

Ranked: tier 2

Stephen Moriarty QC - Fountain Court ChambersProvides essential strategic guidance on complex disputes.’

Ranked: tier 2

Timothy Howe QC - Fountain Court ChambersHighly experienced in insurance and related financial services disputes.’

Ranked: tier 5
Insurance and reinsurance – Leading juniors

Ben Lynch* - DevereuxVery thorough and has excellent working knowledge of insurance issues.’ *now at Fountain Court Chambers.

Ranked: tier 2

James Cutress - Fountain Court ChambersA lateral thinker, who is easy to work with and highly constructive.’

Ranked: tier 3

Paul Sinclair - Fountain Court ChambersA powerful and determined advocate who is not afraid to take on a challenge.’

Ranked: tier 3

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International arbitration: arbitrators
International arbitration: arbitrators – Leading individuals

Sir Gordon Langley - Fountain Court ChambersHe has a no-nonsense approach and cuts through the rubbish.’

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International arbitration: counsel
International arbitration: counsel – Leading sets - ranked: tier 2

Fountain Court Chambers

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘a strong player with a range of barristers who can turn their hand to international arbitration’. It is an ‘efficient and well-managed set’ with ‘good availability and a good support team’. Chambers is noted for its strong presence in Singapore, where it has established an outpost.

International arbitration: counsel – Leading silks

Akhil Shah QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely user-friendly; he is good with clients and keeps their commercial perspective in mind.’

Ranked: tier 4

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn excellent advocate for complex subjects.’

Ranked: tier 2

David Railton QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe is bright, technically excellent and has a nice manner with clients.’

Ranked: tier 3

Michael Brindle QC - Fountain Court ChambersAn experienced commercial silk with a strong reputation for Middle Eastern and Asian disputes.’

Ranked: tier 3

Michael Crane QC - Fountain Court ChambersHis energy and focus are most impressive and his advocacy style is very effective.’

Ranked: tier 1

Stephen Moriarty QC - Fountain Court ChambersVery, very clever and very easy to work with.’

Ranked: tier 2

Timothy Howe QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe understands arbitration and is at home before an international tribunal.’

Ranked: tier 2
International arbitration: counsel – Leading juniors

Adam Zellick - Fountain Court ChambersHe is experienced across a range of sectors, including major insurance arbitrations.’

Ranked: tier 3

Alexander Milner - Fountain Court ChambersA fluent Russian speaker and a Rolls-Royce choice for all cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

Deepak Nambisan - Fountain Court ChambersA fine advocate with a good strategic sense.’

Ranked: tier 2

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Product liability
Product liability – Leading silks

Philip Brook Smith QC - Fountain Court ChambersThoroughly excellent; his subject matter knowledge and commercial acumen make a winning formula.’

Ranked: tier 2

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Professional discipline and regulatory law (including police law)
Professional discipline and regulatory law (including police law) – Leading sets - ranked: tier 2

Fountain Court Chambers

Providing ‘an array of quality legal talent from the most senior to the very junior’, Fountain Court Chambers’ regulatory barristers appear for the accountancy regulators and the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Work highlights saw Timothy Dutton QC act in FRC v Deloitte and Einollahi.

Professional discipline and regulatory law (including police law) – Leading silks

Michael McLaren QC - Fountain Court ChambersFluent and determined in his advocacy.’

Ranked: tier 4

Patricia Robertson QC - Fountain Court ChambersA skillset ideal for guiding clients through the trickiest of situations.’

Ranked: tier 2

Timothy Dutton QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe provides intelligible advice on complex issues.’

Ranked: tier 1
Professional discipline and regulatory law (including police law) – Leading juniors

Chloe Carpenter - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely thorough with impressive attention to detail.’

Ranked: tier 3

Edward Levey - Fountain Court ChambersHis style is particularly well suited to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.’

Ranked: tier 4

James McClelland - Fountain Court ChambersA popular choice for the Solicitors Regulation Authority.’

Ranked: tier 3

Rupert Allen - Fountain Court ChambersSought after for cases involving solicitors, financial services and aviation regulatory issues.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Professional negligence
Professional negligence – Leading sets - ranked: tier 2

Fountain Court Chambers

The ‘impressive array of talent’ at Fountain Court Chambers draws praise for its ‘client focus’ and ‘strength in depth’. Key cases included Mortgage Agency Services Number One v Edward Symmons LLP and Gemini v CBRE examining alleged negligent valuation.

Professional negligence – Leading silks

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe is calm, confident and has a commercial approach, even under pressure.’

Ranked: tier 4

David Railton QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe combines meticulous attention to detail and preparation with brilliant judgement.’

Ranked: tier 4

Derrick Dale QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely thorough in his approach.’

Ranked: tier 4

Guy Philipps QC - Fountain Court ChambersTruly outstanding.’

Ranked: tier 2

Mark Simpson QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely experienced and able.’

Ranked: tier 2

Michael Brindle QC - Fountain Court ChambersA very talented advocate.’

Ranked: tier 2

Patricia Robertson QC - Fountain Court ChambersShe has a very good command of the law and strategic oversight, which quickly gains clients’ confidence.’

Ranked: tier 3

Stephen Moriarty QC - Fountain Court ChambersVery user-friendly.’

Ranked: tier 2

Timothy Dutton QC - Fountain Court ChambersHe demonstrates true depth of knowledge.’

Ranked: tier 3
Professional negligence – Leading juniors

Ben Lynch* - DevereuxParticularly noted for solicitors negligence cases.’ *now at Fountain Court Chambers.

Ranked: tier 5

Chloe Carpenter - Fountain Court ChambersShe is exceptionally bright and has an incredibly forensic mind.’

Ranked: tier 6

David Murray - Fountain Court ChambersAn extremely intelligent individual.’

Ranked: tier 5

Deepak Nambisan - Fountain Court ChambersA first-class individual.’

Ranked: tier 3

Giles Wheeler - Fountain Court ChambersVery strong.’

Ranked: tier 3

James Cutress - Fountain Court ChambersHe is very well prepared and focuses on the details that matter.’

Ranked: tier 3

Nik Yeo - Fountain Court ChambersVery gifted.’

Ranked: tier 4

Rosalind Phelps - Fountain Court ChambersExcellent and very efficient.’

Ranked: tier 4

Tamara Oppenheimer - Fountain Court ChambersClever and tenacious junior, who is very responsive and hardworking.’

Ranked: tier 5

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Set overviews: England and Wales

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘a Premier League set’ with ‘extremely bright, yet commercially astute barristers’ whom solicitors ‘would not hesitate in recommending’. It is ‘a go-to set for banking and finance matters’ and is highly regarded across all aspects of commercial litigation. With a growing international presence, chambers recently opened an office in Singapore and hired Caroline McConnon as the Asia practice manager. McConnon works closely with the administration team in London, which provides ‘an excellent, responsive service’. ‘The clerks are right at the top of the tree in terms of their ability, quality and professionalism’; for some, ‘they are the best to deal with by far’. Senior clerk Alex Taylor provides ‘an excellent service’ and deputy senior clerk Paul Martenstyn ‘deserves particular mention’. Team leader Sian Huckett is also singled out as ‘superb’. Offices in: London

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Sport
Sport – Leading silks

Jeffrey Chapman QC - Fountain Court ChambersRecommended for football cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Mark Simpson QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely hardworking and dedicated to his cases and clients.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Asia Pacific: The English Bar

Commercial (international arbitration)
Commercial – Leading silks

Bankim Thanki QC - Fountain Court ChambersVery intellectual, but in a way that plays very well with many judges and arbitrators.’

Ranked: tier 1

Jeffrey Chapman QC - Fountain Court ChambersUser-friendly and commercial.’

Ranked: tier 1

Michael Brindle QC - Fountain Court ChambersExtremely clear and precise in his legal advice.’

Ranked: tier 1

Stephen Moriarty QC - Fountain Court ChambersClever, user-friendly and a good advocate.’

Ranked: tier 1

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