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London Bar

Set overviews: England and Wales

A set of β€˜very high calibre’, the quality of the barristers and their work at β€˜behemoth’ Garden Court Chambers is β€˜consistently excellent and their passion and commitment unfailing’. As one of the largest chambers in the country, it has great strength in depth and is able to offer β€˜excellent counsel at all levels of seniority’; β€˜all are down to earth, care about the clients and are on top of the law’. Chambers specialises in human rights and civil liberties, public law, as well as in crime and family matters, and for some is β€˜the best set for immigration law’. Led by director of clerking Colin Cook, the clerks’ room will β€˜often move heaven and earth to accommodate the needs of solicitors’.The β€˜tremendously efficient’ clerks are β€˜quick to respond, offering advice on suitable counsel’. Members of the immigration team who drew high praise include practice manager Lisa O’Leary, who is β€˜completely unflappable’, β€˜wonderful’ deputy practice manager Luke Harvey, and deputy practice manager Helen-Louise D’Agostino, who β€˜always sorts out anything needed in the blink of an eye’. The family clerks, comprising practice manager Sumaya Gilmore, deputy Paul Sams and assistant Tiffany Daniels, are β€˜exceptionally experienced and helpful’. β€˜They know the solicitors in the field and have a deft understanding of the expertise required for even the most complex cases.’ Housing practice manager Tim Hempsted β€˜goes out of his way to ensure a high level of service’. Glenn Fletcher is chambers’ director. 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

Garden Court Chambers

In addition to being a leading set in immigration law, Garden Court Chambers β€˜has a good breadth and depth of counsel for public law and social housing’. It takes on challenges to a range of authorities, such as local councils, the police and the Home Office. Amanda Weston acted on behalf of a ten-year-old claimant in a judicial review of the Home Office fee payable for children to register as British citizens.

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

Stephanie Harrison QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is super clever (legally and tactically), really great to have her on your team.’

Ranked: tier 5
Administrative and public law (including local government) – 2018 silks

Amanda Weston - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is a genuinely fearless advocate and often runs difficult cases and difficult legal points.’

Ranked: tier 1
Administrative and public law (including local government) – Leading juniors

Colin Yeo - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is easy to work with and is approachable and conscientious.’

Ranked: tier 4

Stephen Simblet - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is a creative lawyer who has strong views and is an intellectual force.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Children law (including public and private law)
Children law (including public and private law) – Leading silks

Ian Peddie QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜An excellent advocate.’

Ranked: tier 2
Children Law (including public and private law) – Leading juniors

Maggie Jones - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Always shines – she goes above and beyond.’

Ranked: tier 2

Kathryn Cronin - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Has a great manner with clients.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police)
Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police) – Leading sets - ranked: tier 2

Garden Court Chambers

Garden Court Chambers has β€˜a history of winning contested cases on behalf of claimants in domestic, pan-European and international courts’. New silk Amanda Weston QC acted in R v Secretary of State for the Home Department, a test case on whether the Home Secretary unlawfully detained a mentally ill Somali citizen who lacked the capacity to understand any of the documents served upon him. In Corey Hewitt v United Kingdom, Joanne Cecil appeared before the European Court of Human Rights representing a 13-year-old boy with a low IQ who was convicted of murder on a joint enterprise basis and sentenced to life imprisonment.

Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police) – Leading silks

Dexter Dias QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Charming, erudite and intelligent.’

Ranked: tier 4

Henry Blaxland QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Very bright, a pleasure to work and is a real team player.’

Ranked: tier 4

Marc Willers QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜One of the best international silks in the market at the moment.’

Ranked: tier 4

Stephanie Harrison QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜An absolute legend and a delight to work with.’

Ranked: tier 4
Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police) – 2018 silks

Amanda Weston QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A passionate and committed advocate with a huge breadth and depth of knowledge.’

Ranked: tier 1
Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police) – Leading juniors

Maya Sikand - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Knowledgeable, incredibly authoritative and leaves no stone unturned in her analysis.’

Ranked: tier 1

Paul Troop - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Strong technical knowledge. A very able advocate.’

Ranked: tier 2

Patrick Roche - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Highly experienced, extremely hardworking and very shrewd.’

Ranked: tier 2

Stephen Simblet - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A creative lawyer who is an intellectual force.’

Ranked: tier 2

Felicity Williams - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Impressive advocacy skills. Always a pleasure to work with.’

Ranked: tier 3

Joanne Cecil - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Has the ability to weigh legal problems and create cogent solutions for her clients.’

Ranked: tier 3

Kirsten Heaven - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A hugely experienced inquest practitioner who strikes fear into the hearts of state bodies.’

Ranked: tier 3

Rajeev Thacker - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Refined and precise. An effective advocate who appeals to the jury.’

Ranked: tier 3

Stephen Cottle - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Can always be relied on. Absolutely invaluable.’

Ranked: tier 3

Shu Shin Luh - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Competent particularly in cases with a complex crossover of trafficking/immigration issues.’

Ranked: tier 3

Tim Baldwin - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Very sharp and tenacious.’

Ranked: tier 3

Una Morris - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Great attention to detail, really insightful and applies herself with impressive tenacity.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Court of Protection and community care
Court of Protection and community care – Leading sets - ranked: tier 3

Garden Court Chambers

Garden Court Chambers fields some β€˜well respected experts’ who advise on the full spectrum of issues. Members regularly act for the official solicitor, family members and public bodies.

Court of Protection and community care – 2018 silks

Amanda Weston QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is very knowledgeable.’

Ranked: tier 1
Court of Protection and community care – Leading juniors

Bethan Harris - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She can deal with a great breadth of issues and puts her all into her cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

Shu Shin Luh - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Works at break-neck speed and quickly gets to the nub of the issue.’

Ranked: tier 2

Helen Curtis - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Brings to the table a common sense approach to cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Maria Moodie - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Can turn around high-quality, detailed work in a short space of time.’

Ranked: tier 3

Tim Baldwin - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He has considerable experience in court of protection matters.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Crime (general crime)
Crime (general crime) – Leading sets - ranked: tier 2

Garden Court Chambers

Garden Court Chambers exclusively defends, with particular expertise in gang-related homicides, as well as protest and terrorism-related cases. Judy Khan QC successfully defended a homeless drug dealer, who was one of several parties in a multi-defendant joint enterprise stabbing of another homeless man near Trafalgar Square. Elsewhere, Henry Blaxland QC and new silk Brenda Campbell QC represented an appellant in R v Grant-Murray & others, which concerned joint enterprise cases and the consideration of adolescent brain development.

Crime (general crime) – Leading silks

Henry Blaxland QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Quite simply, one of the best in the business.’

Ranked: tier 1

Judy Khan QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A great jury advocate who goes above and beyond for her clients.’

Ranked: tier 1

Stephen Kamlish QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Utterly fearless in the face of hostile judges and brilliant at cross-examining police officers.’

Ranked: tier 1

Icah Peart QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He defends in challenging murder cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

James Scobie QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜An absolutely first-class silk.’

Ranked: tier 2

Rajiv Menon QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Fearless when it is required.’

Ranked: tier 2

Ali Naseem Bajwa QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A charismatic trial advocate with tremendous courtroom presence.’

Ranked: tier 3

Bernard Tetlow QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His strength is his articulate advocacy, which can charm both judges and juries.’

Ranked: tier 3

Michael Ivers QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His practice includes defence in terror and other violence cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Michael Turner QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He defends in murder cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Peter Wilcock QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His extremely understated, histrionics-free analysis, is devastatingly effective.’

Ranked: tier 3
Crime (general crime) – 2017 silks

Di Middleton QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A great new addition to the silk ranks.’

Ranked: tier 1
Crime (general crime) – 2018 silks

Brenda Campbell QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Her track record includes cases in England and Northern Ireland.’

Ranked: tier 1

Clare Wade QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Her judgement is excellent, as is her client care.’

Ranked: tier 1
Crime (general crime) – Leading juniors

Anya Lewis - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Excellent on forensics issues, she has a lot of experience in child murder cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

David Emanuel - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He appears for the defence in high-profile and challenging cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

Hossein Zahir - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Courageous, intelligent, diligent and creative.’

Ranked: tier 2

Jo Cecil - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Thorough and diligent with an impressive grasp of the law.’

Ranked: tier 2

Keir Monteith - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A fierce advocate who doesn’t stop until he has done all he can.’

Ranked: tier 2

Mark Gatley - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He appears as lead counsel in drugs and sex cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

Tom Wainwright - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A really bright, hands-on barrister who is really committed to his cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

Alex Rose - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He defends in terror, drugs and violence cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Catherine Oborne - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A great young barrister with a bright future who works amazingly hard.’

Ranked: tier 3

Emma Fenn - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Unfazed in court, showing tenacity and quick thinking on her feet.’

Ranked: tier 3

Helen Butcher - Garden Court Chambers β€˜An excellent trial strategist with the ability to think outside the box.’

Ranked: tier 3

James Mehigan - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His work includes murder appeals.’

Ranked: tier 3

Minka Braun - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She defends in murder, modern slavery and firearms cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Nerida Harford-Bell - Garden Court Chambers β€˜An amazing and charismatic advocate, respected by her opponents and judges.’

Ranked: tier 3

Owen Greenhall - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He brings together skills in crime, civil liberties and civil law.’

Ranked: tier 3

Peter Rowlands - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He defends in gang and organised crime-related cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Education
Education – Leading juniors

Shu Shin Luh - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is a first-class barrister with an exemplary work ethic.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Employment
Employment – Leading juniors

David Renton - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He has excellent attention to detail and thoroughly analyses the case.’

Ranked: tier 4

Nicola Braganza - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is incredibly sharp and fights for the client to the best of her ability.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Fraud: crime
Fraud: crime – Leading sets - ranked: tier 3

Garden Court Chambers

Henry Blaxland QC, of defence-only set Garden Court Chambers, represented an individual in R v M before the Supreme Court; the court answered the question of whether, under the Trade Marks Act 1994, the sale of grey market goods was criminalised in the same manner as the sale of counterfeit goods. The defendant in question was acquitted after the prosecution offered no evidence.

Fraud: crime – Leading silks

Bernard Tetlow QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A well-polished advocate.’

Ranked: tier 2

Ali Naseem Bajwa QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Particularly respected for his meticulous approach to the evidence and incisive cross-examination.’

Ranked: tier 3

Henry Blaxland QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A massive intellectual heavyweight, he is able to take on the most formidable cases for the defence in a way that appears natural.’

Ranked: tier 3
Fraud: crime – Leading juniors

Keir Monteith - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His understanding of the case law is second to none.’

Ranked: tier 3

Anya Lewis - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Instructed for defendants in fraud cases.’

Ranked: tier 4

Mark Gatley - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Instructed to defend in cases including cyber frauds.’

Ranked: tier 4

Tom Wainwright - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Highly diligent, knowledgable and tactically astute with a particular specialism in fraud work.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Immigration (including business immigration)
Immigration (including business immigration) – Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Garden Court Chambers

β€˜The quality of the barristers and their work is consistently excellent’ at Garden Court Chambers β€˜and their passion and commitment is unfailing.’Stephanie Harrison QC acted against the Secretary of State for the Home Department in a successful test case concerning the detention conditions in Brook House Immigration Removal Centre. In another case against the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Sonali Naik acted for an intervener challenging the Home Office’s power of β€˜deport first, appeal later.’

Immigration (including business immigration) – Leading silks

Laurie Fransman QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He has commitment and absolute knowledge and is generous with his time.’

Ranked: tier 1

Stephanie Harrison QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is legally and tactically super clever and gets the best result possible.’

Ranked: tier 1

Ian Macdonald QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is technically excellent.’

Ranked: tier 2
Immigration (including business immigration) – 2018 silks

Amanda Weston - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is hugely committed and does not give in easily, especially in cases involving children.’

Ranked: tier 1

Sonali Naik - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Strong on all aspects of immigration law, elegant drafting and super confident on her feet.’

Ranked: tier 1
Immigration (including business immigration) – Leading juniors

Adrian Berry - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His brain works at frightening speed. Highly regarded for his expertise on nationality law.’

Ranked: tier 1

Duran Seddon - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is an intellectual heavyweight, extremely experienced and does leading work.’

Ranked: tier 1

Kathryn Cronin - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Excellent and unique in having expertise in immigration and family law.’

Ranked: tier 1

Peter Jorro - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A go-to barrister who can be both diplomatic and tough.’

Ranked: tier 1

David Jones - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is very approachable and provides very valuable advice due to his years of experience.’

Ranked: tier 2

Greg Γ“ Ceallaigh - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He has an impressive grasp of a wide range of complex immigration matters.’

Ranked: tier 2

Ronan Toal - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is self-evidently brilliant and will go the extra mile for clients.’

Ranked: tier 2

Rebecca Chapman - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is an extremely persuasive advocate and entirely comfortable in the Court of Appeal.’

Ranked: tier 2

Sadat Sayeed - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is tenacious, creative, thinks well on his feet and is highly respected by judges.’

Ranked: tier 2

Anthony Vaughan - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He has been involved in important cases in the immigration detention area.’

Ranked: tier 3

Bryony Poynor - Garden Court Chambers β€˜An extremely skilled barrister with particular expertise in asylum cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Colin Yeo - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is a confident and persuasive barrister with broad knowledge in this area.’

Ranked: tier 3

Louise Hooper - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is excellent and is doing a lot of good work.’

Ranked: tier 3

Michelle Brewer - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Fiercely intelligent, clear and incisive, she can manage very complex and high-profile cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

Mark Symes - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is very knowledgeable on the law and so makes sophisticated arguments.’

Ranked: tier 3

Nicola Braganza - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She is incredibly sharp and her empathy to the clients is something to be admired.’

Ranked: tier 3

Patrick Lewis - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His knowledge combined with his pragmatic and realistic approach makes him formidable.’

Ranked: tier 3

Abigail Smith - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She does very good quality work in the first-tier tribunal and gets good results.’

Ranked: tier 4

Edward Grieves - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Excellent strategic and tactical judgement and a very robust advocate.’

Ranked: tier 4

Gemma Loughran - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Impressive and provides very persuasive and well-drafted written submissions.’

Ranked: tier 4

Helen Foot - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Great with clients, excellent written arguments and persuasive in court.’

Ranked: tier 4

Richard Reynolds - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He thinks deeply about cases and quickly pinpoints the central issues.’

Ranked: tier 4

Raza Halim - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A rising star who has been involved in a number of cutting edge immigration cases.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Inquests and inquiries
Inquests and inquiries – Leading sets - ranked: tier 2

Garden Court Chambers

Garden Court Chambers β€˜has the full spectrum of high-quality counsel from very junior barristers to QCs’. The set combines its civil liberties, police law and inquests experience in assisting bereaved families; Leslie Thomas QC is acting for a number of families in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry. Brenda Campbell QC is acting in the Ballymurphy Inquests, representing the families of two individuals who were shot.

Inquests and inquiries – Leading silks

Dexter Dias QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He is extremely hardworking, goes the extra mile, and is fantastic with a jury.’

Ranked: tier 3

Leslie Thomas QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He attracts some high-profile work.’

Ranked: tier 3
Inquests and inquiries – 2018 silks

Brenda Campbell QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Recommended for criminal work and inquiries.’

Ranked: tier 1
Inquests and inquiries – Leading juniors

Anna Morris - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Her warm approach to the client complements her fierce approach to advocacy.’

Ranked: tier 3

Rajeev Thacker - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Wonderful with clients and persistent with opponents.’

Ranked: tier 3

Sean Horstead - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Very articulate and skilled, strong cross-examination and effective inquest technique.’

Ranked: tier 3

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International crime and extradition
International crime and extradition – Leading sets - ranked: tier 3

Garden Court Chambers

Garden Court Chambers has several members with international criminal law expertise. Sareta Ashraph is a legal consultant to the United Nations IIIM, which is preparing investigations into violations of international criminal law during the Syrian Civil War, while Richard Harvey advises several NGOs requesting an investigation by the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court into coalition drone strikes in Afghanistan.

International crime and extradition - Leading juniors

Paul Clark - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He advises states and NGOs on international criminal law issues.’

Ranked: tier 3

Richard Harvey - Garden Court Chambers β€˜He works on requests for ICC prosecutions.’

Ranked: tier 3

Sareta Ashraph - Garden Court Chambers β€˜She has an excellent grasp of the nuances of international criminal law.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Planning
Planning – Leading silks

Marc Willers QC - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Brilliant advocate and communicator with a phenomenal attention to detail.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Set overviews: England and Wales

A set of β€˜very high calibre’, the quality of the barristers and their work at β€˜behemoth’ Garden Court Chambers is β€˜consistently excellent and their passion and commitment unfailing’. As one of the largest chambers in the country, it has great strength in depth and is able to offer β€˜excellent counsel at all levels of seniority’; β€˜all are down to earth, care about the clients and are on top of the law’. Chambers specialises in human rights and civil liberties, public law, as well as in crime and family matters, and for some is β€˜the best set for immigration law’. Led by director of clerking Colin Cook, the clerks’ room will β€˜often move heaven and earth to accommodate the needs of solicitors’.The β€˜tremendously efficient’ clerks are β€˜quick to respond, offering advice on suitable counsel’. Members of the immigration team who drew high praise include practice manager Lisa O’Leary, who is β€˜completely unflappable’, β€˜wonderful’ deputy practice manager Luke Harvey, and deputy practice manager Helen-Louise D’Agostino, who β€˜always sorts out anything needed in the blink of an eye’. The family clerks, comprising practice manager Sumaya Gilmore, deputy Paul Sams and assistant Tiffany Daniels, are β€˜exceptionally experienced and helpful’. β€˜They know the solicitors in the field and have a deft understanding of the expertise required for even the most complex cases.’ Housing practice manager Tim Hempsted β€˜goes out of his way to ensure a high level of service’. Glenn Fletcher is chambers’ director. Offices in: London

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Social housing
Social housing – Leading sets - ranked: tier 2

Garden Court Chambers

Garden Court Chambers shows β€˜a real commitment to the housing sector’, where it combines public law and housing expertise to represent vulnerable tenants and homeless people. The set is particularly sought after for homelessness cases, which has included Liz Davies acting in an appeal against London Borough of Haringey following the Supreme Court ruling in Hotak v London Borough of Southwark. Similarly, Adrian Marshall Williams successfully represented the claimant in a case against London Borough of Croydon, which was the first appellate case to examine the priority need of a homeless person in light of the court’s decision in Hotak.

Social housing – Leading juniors

Edward Fitzpatrick - Garden Court Chambers β€˜An excellent all-rounder; exceptional written work and strong court advocacy.’

Ranked: tier 1

Liz Davies - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Meticulous, calm and compelling; encyclopaedic knowledge presented in plain English.’

Ranked: tier 1

Bethan Harris - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Able to provide thorough and detailed advice very quickly.’

Ranked: tier 3

Catherine O’Donnell - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A meticulous advocate with a broad housing practice.’

Ranked: tier 3

Marina Sergides - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Uncanny ability to empathise with her clients, while maintaining fierce advocacy.’

Ranked: tier 3

Stephen Cottle - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His expertise has proved invaluable and his grasp of legal issues is very impressive.’

Ranked: tier 3

Tim Baldwin - Garden Court Chambers β€˜His skeleton arguments alone often convince his opponents to throw in the towel.’

Ranked: tier 3

Adrian Marshall Williams - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Thorough and pragmatic; he approaches difficult cases with scrupulous rigour.’

Ranked: tier 4

Connor Johnston - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Vastly knowledgeable of complex eligibility issues and anti-social behaviour claims.’

Ranked: tier 4

Justine Compton - Garden Court Chambers β€˜Employs a laser-sharp focus to find the points that other lawyers might miss.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Sport
Sport – Leading juniors

Ifeanyi Odogwu - Garden Court Chambers β€˜A real up-and-comer who has progressed speedily to become a well-known practitioner; has acted on some of the FA’s highest-profile cases.’

Ranked: tier 3

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