Chambers of Henry HarrodLINCOLN'S INN, LONDON, WC2A 3XT, ENGLAND
- Work 020 7242 6201
- Fax 020 7831 8102
- 304 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
- London Bar > Private client: trusts and probate
Within Charities, 5 Stone Buildings (Henry Harrod) is a third tier set,
5 Stone Buildings’ Mark Herbert QC has ‘a clear feel for his area of law’. The ‘technically very proficient, practical and user-friendly’ Shân Warnock-Smith QC divides her time between London and the Cayman Islands; her recent charity work has focused on offshore matters.
Within Pensions, 5 Stone Buildings (Henry Harrod) is a third tier set,
5 Stone Buildings is highlighted for its ‘excellent service and responsive clerks’. Andrew Simmonds QC is hailed as ‘one of the best pensions silks in the country’, and ‘inspires huge confidence’. Christopher Tidmarsh QC is ‘calm, considered and very pleasant to work with’. Joseph Goldsmith is ‘a very solid junior and a serious contender for smaller cases that require a high-quality barrister to appear without leading counsel’.
Within Private client: personal tax, 5 Stone Buildings (Henry Harrod) is a third tier set,
Within Private client: trusts and probate, 5 Stone Buildings (Henry Harrod) is a first tier set,
5 Stone Buildings’ standout silks include Mark Herbert QC, who is ‘a tremendous asset on difficult matters’; Shân Warnock-Smith QC, who is ‘first class’ in complex international trusts matters; Christopher Tidmarsh QC, for his ‘first-rate analytical skills’; Tracey Angus QC, for her ‘robust approach’; Henry Legge QC, who is ‘eminent in his field’; and the ‘hugely intelligent’ Penelope Reed QC . Among the juniors, Barbara Rich gives ‘consistent, wise advice’. Court of Protection and taxation specialist David Rees is noted for his ‘technical expertise’, and Michael O’Sullivan provides ‘reliable analysis’. Also recommended are the ‘extremely able’ Leon Sartin ; rising star Charlotte Edge ; Anna Clarke (‘a skillful advocate and thorough on paper’); Mark Baxter, who is ‘excellent value for money’; the ‘thorough’ Sarah Haren ; and ‘strong all-rounder’ Ruth Hughes .
Within Property litigation,
Other recommended practitioners include the ‘unstuffy’ David Halpern QC at 4 New Square, for his ‘excellent combination of professional negligence and property law expertise’; 9 Stone Buildings’ ‘formidable’ Vivian Chapman QC ; Jeremy Cousins QC at 11 Stone Buildings; Patrick Rolfe at 5 Stone Buildings; 3PB’s John Clargo ; and the ‘calm and technically excellent’ Karen Shuman at 1 Chancery Lane.
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