James Bromige > Chambers of Charles Row > Bristol, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Charles Row
Queen Square Chambers


Junior tenant at Queen Square Chambers with a general common law practice of crime, personal injury and employment. Crime – prosecution and defence Crown Court work, including recent instructions for robbery, ABH, firearms offences and fraud. Employment – mixed claimant and respondent practice, regularly instructed for multi-day hearings. Recent successes include an eight day whistleblowing claim on behalf of the claimant, with compensation awarded at £52,000 and £10,000 of costs. Personal injury – predominately claimant based, advice and court based practice. Recently instructed in meth-track LVC claims and complex quantum advices.


Called 2010; Gray’s Inn.


Royal Holloway, University of London (2008 BA Hons 2(1)); London South Bank (2009 GDL Commendation); City University (2010 BVC Very Competent).

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Western Circuit > Employment

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James Bromige

Queen Square Chambers

Very Thorough and an excellent advocate.

Members of Queen Square Chambers are instructed on behalf of both respondents and defendants at both first-instance and appellate stages. Particular areas of expertise include disability discrimination and constructive dismissal. James Bromige represented the respondent school in a multi-faceted claim by a former teacher, who accused the trust of religious discrimination, constructive dismissal, and protected disclosure detriments, where the claimant is alleged to have bullied and misgendered a transgender student. Kerry Gardiner departed the set in June 2019 for Guildhall Chambers.