Mr Dalton Hale > Atkin Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

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


Dalton has a broad practice covering all areas of Chambers’ work, including construction, engineering, infrastructure, energy and utilities and technology.

He frequently acts as sole counsel, as well as junior counsel as part of larger teams. He has represented and advised clients both domestically and internationally, and has been instructed on various high-value and technically complex disputes, as well as a number of smaller matters. He has experience at all stages of litigation, arbitration and adjudication.

Dalton is currently acting as junior counsel to the largest group of bereaved families, survivors and former residents in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry. He is also currently instructed in respect of disputes concerning projects in Panama and Saudi Arabia.

In his first year of practice, Dalton undertook a 5-month secondment at a US law firm, where he became part of the complex commercial litigation team and gained experience in international arbitration. Prior to joining Atkin Chambers, Dalton was the Judicial Assistant to Lady Justice Arden (as she then was) in the Court of Appeal where he worked on numerous high-profile cases spanning a wide range of legal areas including contract, tort, intellectual property, public, EU and human rights law.