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Leading Silks

David Casement KC – Kings Chambers  'A silk at the top of the sports game.'
Paul Gilroy KC9 St John Street ‘Paul is an extremely able and effective advocate who intuitively knows how to get the judge on side. A powerful cross-examiner.'

Leading Juniors

Steven Flynn – Kings Chambers ‘A junior with a great reputation for his knowledge of sports regulatory matters. He is an extremely hardworking, accommodating barrister, and his research and preparation is meticulous.'
Laura Gould - Old Square ChambersLaura’s excellent advice and advocacy combines simplicity with effectiveness. She is very serene under pressure.
Rosie Kight – Kings Chambers 'Rosie is very diligent and thorough, and she has an excellent understanding of the sports law landscape.'

Sport in Regional Bar

Kings Chambers

Kings Chambers is highly regarded for its ‘great depth’ in sport law. Paul Chaisty KC regularly represents premier clubs in high-profile commercial cases, and Martin Budworth is well known for his expertise in sports arbitration. David Casement KC ‘possesses excellent technical knowledge‘ and is highly regarded as ‘an expert in sports disputes and regulation‘. Steven Flynn‘s practice includes regulatory issues and contractual and commercial litigation. Rosie Kight is ‘an entirely approachable and down to earth advocate‘.


‘Kings Chambers offers a diverse spectrum of expertise and sporting specialisms, including anti-doping and regulatory matters.’

‘Kings is an exceptional set.’

‘The clerking service at Kings Chambers is excellent. Gary Young and Harry Young are flexible and commercial in their approach to bookings and fees, and have a genuine and full understanding of their counsel.’

‘The clerks, particularly Harry Young, are personable and knowledgeable.’

‘A knowledgeable and friendly clerking team.’

‘The clerks are keen to go the extra mile and their free webinars are particularly helpful.’

‘A great clerking team that is always flexible with fees and can find the right person for the job.’