Miss Fiona Parkin KC > Atkin Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Atkin Chambers
1, Atkin Building, Gray's Inn
LONDON
WC1R 5AT
England

Position

Recognised for her particular skill in getting to the heart of complex legal and factual disputes quickly in order to provide clients with commercially focused advice; Fiona specialises in high-value energy and utilities claims. She also has extensive experience in the PFI arena. Her broad practice extends to encompass international arbitration, construction, infrastructure and professional negligence.

Career

Called 1993; Inner Temple.

Memberships

Fiona is a member of TECBAR, COMBAR, the LCLCBA and the SCL.

Education

Exeter University (1989 LLB Hons); Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge (1990 LLM Hons).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Construction

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 2

Fiona Parkin KCAtkin Chambers  ‘Technically excellent and able to handle demanding clients with ease on very complicated international arbitrations and on issues of international enforcement. Fiona’s confident advocacy is always supported by her meticulous attention to detail; no stone is left unturned.’

London Bar > Energy

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 4

Fiona Parkin KCAtkin Chambers ‘Popular with clients, her confident advocacy is always supported by her meticulous attention to detail.’

London Bar > International arbitration: counsel

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 4

Fiona Parkin KC – Atkin Chambers ‘Technically excellent; and able to handle demanding clients with ease on very complicated international arbitrations and on issues of international enforcement.’

London Bar > Professional negligence

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 3

Fiona Parkin KCAtkin ChambersFiona is very meticulous in her approach to analysing the precise facts of the case and picking apart the legal basis of a claim. She is highly analytical and work incredibly hard to get under the detail of claims on very short order. Her advocacy is impressive. She is clear, commanding and performed particularly well for me in the Court of Appeal at the end of 2021. She is excellent and a pleasure to work with.’