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  1. EU law – Leading sets
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  3. EU law – 2016 silks
  4. EU law – 2017 silks
  5. EU law – Leading juniors

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Blackstone Chambers is a β€˜brilliant resource’ with a β€˜well-deserved reputation’ and β€˜heavyweight practitioners’. Lord Pannick QC (for the respondent) and James Eadie QC (for the appellant) were among multiple members of chambers who acted in what was probably the most highly publicised case of 2017, R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. In another headline instruction, several members appeared in R (Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association) v HMRC.

Brick Court Chambers is a β€˜stable of very impressive counsel’, who are β€˜ready for any challenge’ and adopt a β€˜perfect approach to client relationships’. The set maintains a high-profile docket; for example, the judicial review challenge to the plain-packaging legislation and Arkady Rotenberg v Council of the European Union, arising from the EU-imposed restrictive measures on Russia.

Monckton Chambers is a β€˜leading set with brilliant practitioners’, who have β€˜great EU courts experience’. Recent work saw members appear in the judicial review challenge to the government’s failure to comply with the EU nitrogen dioxide emission limits in London, and instructed by the Treasury Solicitor in R (Rosneft) v Secretary of State, challenging the EU economic sanctions against Russia.

Matrix Chambers houses β€˜barristers who are profoundly knowledgeable, thoroughly prepared and have a perfect command of the law’, from senior β€˜real leaders in the field’ to β€˜impressive juniors’. Headline instructions included four silks’ appearance in R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union and Helen Mountfield QC acting for the intervenor in the β€œbedroom tax” challenges.

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