Miss Camille Slow > Atkin Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Atkin Chambers
Atkin Chambers
1, Atkin Building, Gray's Inn


Camille’s practice covers a broad range of commercial disputes with a particular focus on construction and professional negligence cases. She is experienced in all forms of dispute resolution, including domestic and international arbitration, DABs, mediation, adjudication and the High Court.

She undertakes work in numerous industry sectors but has particular experience of social housing, transport, infrastructure and energy projects. Her professional negligence experience is considerable, in particular matters with a construction context having often acted for and against, architects, engineers, surveyors, project managers, planning professionals and multidisciplinary firms, amongst many others.

She is frequently instructed by insurers, professionals, governments, local governments and government departments, small and large developers and construction companies as well as private individuals both domestically and internationally. She has a particular interest in and experience of fraud and dishonesty, construction related insolvency, public procurement and multiparty disputes.

Camille undertakes a large amount of oral advocacy in various forums and is often instructed as sole counsel in high-value and legally and technically complex disputes.


Bristol University, LLB, 2001. Called to the Bar in 2002.



Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Construction

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 4

Camille SlowAtkin ChambersAn excellent junior, well organised and industrious.

London Bar > Professional negligence

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Camille SlowAtkin ChambersShe is a team player and well suited to the biggest and most complicated cases.

Middle East: The English Bar > Construction

(Leading juniors) Ranked: Tier 1

Camille SlowAtkin ChambersUnquestionably all over the detail of the case.

Atkin Chambers‘ members represent elite contractors and leading regional employers in a range of disputes on landmark developments. Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC is instructed in disputes concerning flagship aviation projects in the region, as well as energy-related projects. Among the juniors, Rupert Choat – who prior to his return to the independent Bar in 2014 was head of the construction disputes practice at CMS – is active as an arbitrator. A number of contractor mandates are direct access instructions, and the set as a whole is popular with Korean contractors, in particular, active in the Arab world.  Camille Slow and Zulfikar Khayum are two examples of the set’s members who are active in DIAC arbitrations.