Set Profile > Landmark Chambers > London, England

Chambers of David Holland QC and Reuben Taylor QC
Landmark Chambers
180 FLEET STREET
LONDON
EC4A 2HG
England

London Bar > Court of Protection and community care

Leading Silks

Ranked: Tier 1
Fiona Scolding QC - Landmark ChambersFiona is a powerful advocate. She cuts through complex issues effortlessly and has a realistic, pragmatic approach to complex legal issues. She relates easily to clients.
Ranked: Tier 3

2020 Silks

David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersDavid is outstanding: a brilliant advocate, who is extremely clever, and has excellent judgement.

London Bar > European Union law

2020 Silks

David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersQC of choice for the government in challenges to the EU settlement scheme.

London Bar > Administrative and public law (including elections) Tier 1

Landmark Chambers is a notable set in this space, housing 'excellent junior barristers who have become specialists in their own right in public law' and giving the set 'real strength in depth', particularly in its core areas of health and social care, social security, education, immigration and local government matters. Galina Ward has been called 'one of the very best juniors at the Administrative Bar': she was part of the successful team for the government in R (SC, CB and eight children) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in a challenge to lack of availability of child tax credit for more than two children;  Richard Drabble QC represented the claimants in the leapfrog appeal to the Supreme Court. David Lock QC is notable for his prior role as MP for Wyre Forest during Tony Blair's first term, and Tim Buley QC handles challenges to social welfare and local government policies - he appeared for the claimant in R (Andrews) v Minister for the Cabinet Office, concerning the provision of assistance to blind voters in elections.

Leading Silks

Richard Drabble QC - Landmark ChambersA pleasure to work with, and precise and insightful on his feet.
Ranked: Tier 1
David Lock QC - Landmark ChambersDavid is one of the true specialists in NHS public law who has an unrivalled knowledge in this area. He is reserved for those truly challenging cases. He is very easy to work with and clients like and appreciate his wider knowledge of the NHS that he brings to bear on cases.
Ranked: Tier 2
Samantha Broadfoot QC - Landmark ChambersWhen she speaks in court you can hear a pin drop. She is economical in her submissions to ensure that the key points are conveyed to the tribunal. She is very persuasive on her feet. She is an absolute delight to work with and the go to silk for complicated human rights cases that straddle the Family Division and the Administrative court.
Ranked: Tier 3
Tim Buley QC - Landmark ChambersSimply the best. Breathtakingly quick to assess and advise. Uncanny perception of the key issues within complex matters. The judges listen with real attention when he speaks.
Ranked: Tier 4

2020 Silks

David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersDeep knowledge of the law. Forensic mind. Very polite and collegiate.

2021 Silks

Gwion Lewis QCLandmark ChambersVery knowledgeable in public law, always responsive and very friendly and approachable, you know you are in safe hands.

Leading Juniors

Galina Ward - Landmark ChambersOne of the very best juniors at the Administrative Bar, the meticulous thoroughness of Galina's preparation is reflected in the exemplary quality of her written work, often praised by the bench for its authoritative and measured qualities.
Ranked: Tier 2
Julia Smyth - Landmark ChambersJulia is an excellent public law senior junior. She has an eye for detail and is very thorough. Julia brings experience as counsel for various government departments to claimant work, giving practical insights into how public bodies make decisions on the ground.
Ranked: Tier 3
Sasha Blackmore - Landmark ChambersSasha is incredibly client focused, accessible and extremely personable whilst diligent and forensic in detail.
Ranked: Tier 3
Yaaser Vanderman - Landmark ChambersSmart, proactive, dedicated, extremely responsive and diligent.
Ranked: Tier 4
Leon Glenister - Landmark ChambersLeon is an extremely bright junior, who is headed for the very top. He has a consummate knowledge of administrative and public law, has great strategic insight and is extremely responsive.
Ranked: Tier 4

Testimonials

Set

‘The set is a powerhouse for planning and public law. As one of the largest sets of its kind there is very little they do not have experience of, and they have some very high-performing individuals indeed.’

‘Landmark is a good set with impressive public and regulatory lawyers. Practitioners are busy and for good reason. The clerking team is approachable and helpful. Chambers also hosts helpful and timely seminars.’

‘This set of chambers has excellent junior barristers who have become specialists in their own right in public law. This has given chambers real strength in depth.’

‘Premier set in CPO/DCO/Planning/Highways sector. Good clerks. Responsive. Excellent choice of counsel and availability always guaranteed.’

Clerking

‘Very good and highly responsive. Ben Connor is the Practice Director and is most helpful.’

‘Clerks are extremely helpful. Zoe Bluck is very responsive and proactive.’

‘Ben Connor is a problem-solver; approachable and easy to work with. Neil Perry is responsive, helpful, practical.’

‘Good experience of all of the clerks – always responsive and helpful. Bill King and Ben Connor particularly strong/noteworthy – when I contact them, they always remember you and go that extra mile to assist.’

London Bar > Environment Tier 1

Landmark Chambers is ‘the leading planning and environment set, with unrivalled strength in planning, environment, local government and property work’. Members frequently act for government departments, regulators, corporate clients, private individuals and groups on matters concerning diverse issues, among them air quality, access to environmental justice, waste, contaminated land, pollution, climate change, emissions trading, environmental permitting and regulation. David Elvin QC, who is representing the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government in a matter concerning unlawful failure to undertake appropriate assessment for habitats directive purposes, and James Maurici QC, who is defending appeals on four judicial reviews brought against the Airports National Policy Statement supporting the expansion of Heathrow, are among the most prominent silks in environmental matters. The set also has some of the leading juniors, among them Richard Moules, who specialises in terrestrial and marine environmental work.

Leading Silks

David Elvin QC - Landmark ChambersAt the forefront of environmental law since the beginning, he is a heavy hitter, who is brilliant, genuine and kind.
Ranked: Tier 1
James Maurici QC - Landmark ChambersA quiet, thoughtful and incredibly hardworking silk who is able to analyse difficult tactical issues.
Ranked: Tier 1
David Forsdick QC - Landmark ChambersHe is always all over the detail and his focus on legal and factual specifics is second to none.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tim Mould QC - Landmark ChambersIntellectual, insightful and incisive, he is an expert in his field, with an exceptional client manner.
Ranked: Tier 3
David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersHe is brilliant and is surely on his way to becoming one of the best public law silks.
Ranked: Tier 4
Tim Buley QC - Landmark ChambersHe focuses on the issues that matter and has a steadfast and unshakeable advocacy style.
Ranked: Tier 4
Timothy Corner QC - Landmark ChambersAn excellent advocate who brings gravitas to any inquiry or court proceedings.
Ranked: Tier 4
Richard Drabble QC - Landmark ChambersNo one spots a novel point and one which is likely to hit home with the judges like he does.
Ranked: Tier 4
Dan Kolinsky QC - Landmark ChambersHe has a punchy advocacy style and gets his points across with vigour, but is also knowledgeable, approachable and a real team player.
Ranked: Tier 4

2021 Silks

Gwion Lewis QC - Landmark ChambersHe has a really well-established practice and is at the top of tree for work in Wales.

Leading Juniors

Richard Moules - Landmark ChambersVery impressive, he has an unflappable manner and is very charming.
Ranked: Tier 1
Sasha Blackmore - Landmark ChambersApproachable, accessible, available, thorough and excellent value for client money.
Ranked: Tier 3
Heather Sargent - Landmark ChambersExceptionally intelligent, balanced and focused, she has a gift for getting straight to the real heart of a matter and is a reassuring presence on a case.
Ranked: Tier 3
Alistair Mills - Landmark ChambersAn extremely knowledgeable barrister who always maintains a professional but light-hearted approach to matters.
Ranked: Tier 4
Richard Turney - Landmark ChambersCalm, efficient and good at explaining complex concepts, he can also put difficult cases with force, tirelessly supporting his clients.
Ranked: Tier 4

Testimonials

Set

‘Chambers as a whole offer a fantastic set of barristers, all of whom are rightly widely regarded as being at the top of the profession. The service levels offered are second to none and the clerks go out of their way to assist with any aspect of instruction.’

‘Landmark is the leading planning and environment set, with unrivalled strength in planning, environment, local government and property work.’

‘Landmark has really embraced the opportunity presented for virtual gatherings and have offered focused, informative and interesting training over the last year. They offer an extremely strong set of planning barristers at all levels.’

‘Landmark is a great set.’

‘This set is known for its wide-ranging, experienced planning barristers.’

Clerks

‘The clerks are efficient and friendly.’

‘The clerks at Landmark are top notch. They are proactive, extremely responsive. and professional, and a pleasure to work with.’

‘The clerks were friendly and efficient and managed to turn any queries around expeditiously.’

‘The clerks are superb and always ready to assist and if necessary find a solution to any difficulties arising in terms of timetabling or availability, for example. As a team they are friendly and nothing is too much trouble.’

‘The clerks team is now led by Ben Connor and Mark Ball. Chambers are incredibly lucky to have secured this double act.’

London Bar > Local government (including rating law) Tier 1

Landmark Chambers ‘is pre-eminent in the field‘. Members have expertise in all local government functions, and the set houses ‘most of the active rating law specialists‘. Leon Glenister is defending West Hampshire CCG in a High Court judicial review brought by Surrey County Council, challenging the CCG’s decision whether two individuals are entitled to NHS Continuing Healthcare – an important case concerning the divide between financial responsibilities for a local authority and the NHS. Ratings specialist David Forsdick QC acted for Exeter City Council in a test case on the rating of local authority buildings, which raised multiple significant questions on the issue of application of rating principles in circumstances not being used for commercial purposes (in this case, a museum).

Rising stars

Luke Wilcox - Landmark ChambersLuke is a rare talent and he has a wonderful technical brain whilst still being personable and easy to work with, which clients love. Definitely one to watch in the rating world.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Silks

Dan Kolinsky QC - Landmark ChambersDan is excellent. Super knowledgeable, approachable, and a real team player. There is nothing he does not know about business rates, really understand all aspects, is very bright and a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 1
David Forsdick QC - Landmark ChambersDavid has a rare ability to cut through complex rating law questions and get to the crux of the issue at hand. Clients appreciate his clear, direct advice and his thorough grasp of the facts of the case which allow him to quickly respond on his feet.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tim Morshead QC - Landmark ChambersHe is excellent.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tim Mould QCLandmark ChambersTim has top-class knowledge, skills and experience in rating matters. He brings to the table calm and skilful analysis.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tim Buley QC - Landmark ChambersA great advocate, stratgetic, very clever with good client manner.
Ranked: Tier 3
Richard Drabble QC - Landmark ChambersRichard is a mastery of the subject.
Ranked: Tier 3

2020 Silks

David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersDeep knowledge of the law coupled with a forensic mind.

Leading Juniors

Guy Williams - Landmark ChambersGuy is an exceptionally diligent and thoughtful barrister, with utterly reliable judgement that is founded upon unfailingly careful consideration of the subject matter of the case.
Ranked: Tier 1
Jacqueline Lean - Landmark ChambersShe is confident, approachable and provides great assistance.
Ranked: Tier 2
Leon Glenister - Landmark ChambersA great communicator, he is clear and concise in his writing style and orally. Excellent advocate. His client care is first class, too.
Ranked: Tier 3
Galina Ward - Landmark ChambersVery calm, thorough, good with clients. Good at gauging prospects.
Ranked: Tier 3

Testimonials

Set

‘The strongest set in non-domestic rating matters, offering a range of excellent leaders.’

‘The quality of barristers at all levels is extremely high.’

‘Premier set in CPO/DCO/Planning/Highways sector. Good clerks. Responsive. Excellent choice of counsel and availability always guaranteed.’

Clerking

‘The clerks are good and easy to deal with. Ben Connor is particularly helpful.’

‘Good experience of all of the clerks – always responsive and helpful. Bill King and Ben Connor particularly noteworthy – when I contact them, they always remember you and go that extra mile to assist.’

London Bar > Planning Tier 1

Landmark Chambers ‘remains at the forefront of the Planning bar’, with clerks and a ‘stunning array of experienced QCs and junior barristers’ who are ‘always prepared to go the extra mile’. The set has expertise across all areas of planning, with members consistently featuring on major inquiries across the country, promoting urban extensions, mixed-use developments and tall buildings, with particular skill in acting on significant and controversial projects. Neil Cameron QC represented the City of London in the Tulip inquiry,  concerning a proposal for a new 305m high tourist attraction to be built next to 30 St Mary Axe (commonly known as the Gherkin). Separately, Gwion Lewis QC, led by Sasha White QC acted for the local planning authority in Tower Hamlets BC v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, a £1.5bn development scheme on the Isle of Dogs, whilst Paul Brown QC acted for the developer. At the Court of Appeal, Richard Moules represented the Secretary of State in Monkhill Limited v Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, concerning the National Planning Policy Framework and the interpretation the paragraph 11 presumption in favour of sustainable development. In October 2021 Kate Olley moved to Francis Taylor Building.

Leading Silks

Neil Cameron QC - Landmark ChambersAn excellent communicator, distilling complex facts and summarising well for the client, answering questions posed in instructions very clearly, always finding a practical solution where there is one to be found.
Ranked: Tier 1
David Elvin QC - Landmark ChambersDavid is one of the outstanding intellects in the field. He has the mental capacity to take on multiple complex mandates and performs to the highest possible standard. Clients have enormous confidence in his abilities particularly on projects involving a bet the ranch position. His collection of rare skills means he is in high demand.
Ranked: Tier 1
Russell Harris QC - Landmark ChambersVery well-respected for commercial, residential and retail development. He cuts through the detail in clear and concise manner. Well-liked by clients.
Ranked: Tier 1
James Maurici QC - Landmark ChambersJames is a first-rate advocate. He is extremely sharp and is quick to drive down into the key issues and form a clear view on strategy with the client’s objectives in mind. His advocacy style is flexible and can move effortlessly from being combative to conciliatory. He has a real way with words and manages to straddle the complex line between entertaining advocacy and maintaining gravitas.
Ranked: Tier 1
Tim Mould QC - Landmark ChambersAn expert in his field, with an exceptional client manner.
Ranked: Tier 1
Rupert Warren QC - Landmark ChambersAn excellent communicator with a commercial edge. He builds great rapport with clients and delivers very clear advice.
Ranked: Tier 1
Paul Brown QC - Landmark ChambersPaul is in the very top echelon of planning silks. Paul is an excellent advocate both at planning appeals and in High Court matters. He is extremely approachable, flexible and responsive. He combines real intellectual gravitas with a friendly manner which is very reassuring for clients and instructing solicitors alike.
Ranked: Tier 2
Timothy Corner QC - Landmark ChambersTim is a star - well-prepared and meticulous, he listens well and provides counsel of great integrity. He works well with project teams and is prepared to give a plain view of the weaknesses of a case, then chart a course to address them.
Ranked: Tier 2
Dan Kolinsky QC - Landmark ChambersDan is able to formulate complex arguments in a palatable way. An engaging advocate loved by clients who is a pleasure to work with. Highly recommended.
Ranked: Tier 2
Reuben Taylor QC - Landmark ChambersReuben is genuinely first-class. He is always brilliantly prepared and thorough. He cuts through to the chase and delivers on-point, commercially astute legal advice. Reuben is an outstanding advocate both in court and in the inquiry room and combines a first-class mind with real approachability. He has a great sense of humour and is a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Sasha White QC - Landmark ChambersExcellent in every way - expertise, experience, advocacy and diligence. Sasha is without parallel the best planning QC to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Christopher Boyle QC - Landmark ChambersChristopher is an outstanding planning silk, an excellent public inquiry advocate and also very good in the High Court.
Ranked: Tier 3
David Forsdick QC - Landmark ChambersDavid is always all over the detail. His focus on legal and factual specifics is second to none. Dave has a really broad and solid understanding of environmental law.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
John Litton QC - Landmark ChambersJohn is very personable and is able to communicate directly and effectively with both those instructing and the client. He is professional yet approachable.
Ranked: Tier 3
Matthew Reed QC - Landmark ChambersMatthew has the ability to command the confidence of the professional client as well as councillors. He has the ability to understand complex technical information and to cross-examine on it; the ability to understand expert evidence and to see its weak points; the ability to make a weak case stronger. Exceptional grasp of planning law and procedure.
Ranked: Tier 3
Tim Buley QC - Landmark ChambersTim focusses on the issues that matter and ability to express difficult ideas simply with a steadfast and unshakeable advocacy style. Overall, I think Tim is a super-reliable advocate who presents cases sensibly and persuasively but efficiently as well.
Ranked: Tier 4
Graeme Keen QC - Landmark ChambersGraeme puts clients at ease and explains points in a clear way. Calm and cool under pressure. Excellent advocacy skills and ability to read the situation/mood of an Inspector.
Ranked: Tier 4
Robert Walton QC - Landmark ChambersHighly personable and very hands-on; easy to work with and a source of sensible and commercial views in practical advice - but always based on good legal analysis.
Ranked: Tier 4

2020 Silks

David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersDavid is outstanding: a brilliant advocate, both in court and on paper; extremely clever; he has outstanding judgement and is a pleasure to work with.
Scott Lyness QC - Landmark ChambersScott is meticulous and detail-oriented. He is able to grapple with vast amounts of information whilst maintaining a clear focus on what is important. Scott’s level of understanding of the complexities of the legal issues we were dealing is second-to-none and his approach is calm, methodical and calculated.

2021 Silks

Gwion Lewis QC - Landmark ChambersVery knowledgeable in public law, always responsive and very friendly and approachable, you know you are in safe hands.
Jenny Wigley QC - Landmark ChambersJenny is brilliant to work with. She has a down to earth style, with clients and instructing solicitors. Jenny has a real eye for detail and is not afraid of delving into the minutiae of a case. She is always efficient and sticks to deadlines. Jenny is a solid advocate, calm and measured.

Leading Juniors

Stephen Morgan - Landmark ChambersStephen very much works as a team member and is incredibly enjoyable to work with, flexible in his approach to receiving instructions and extremely supportive of his expert witnesses. He has led and guided us through some important enquiries.
Ranked: Tier 1
Richard Moules - Landmark ChambersRichard is calm, measured and good on his feet. He comes across well with clients and works sympathetically with wider project teams.
Ranked: Tier 1
Zack Simons - Landmark ChambersZack is very personable and client-friendly. He can explain complex planning issues simply and in plain English, which is a skill that can be lacking at the Bar. He is also extremely enthusiastic about the practice area, which combined with his down to earth 'un-stuffy' attitude makes him a joy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Guy Williams - Landmark ChambersGuy leaves no stone unturned in preparing his advocacy. Very responsive.
Ranked: Tier 2
Sasha Blackmore - Landmark ChambersApproachable, accessible, available and thorough.
Ranked: Tier 2
Andrew Byass - Landmark ChambersAndrew is very personable. He is able to understand a client's frustration through an appeal process, empathising with you, but guides you through the emotions and constructively lead you to a reasonable position.
Ranked: Tier 3
Leon Glenister - Landmark ChambersLeon is an incredibly clear and calm thinker, who can cut through a wealth of detail to pick out the important points, and then present them persuasively either on paper or in court. Very hard working and delivers to tight deadlines. Extremely bright and personable and very good with the clients. A first-choice junior, and always reassuring to have Leon on your side rather than against you.
Ranked: Tier 3
Jacqueline Lean - Landmark ChambersJacqueline gets to grips with technical subject matter quickly and has provided useful, detailed legal advice.
Ranked: Tier 3
Andrew Parkinson - Landmark ChambersAndrew is an exceptionally talented planning barrister. He is a flawless advocate with formidable cross-examination skills. Andrew is very diligent and quickly acquires a mastery of technical evidence. High Court judges and public inquiry inspectors clearly appreciate Andrew's efficient, thorough approach. Andrew has excellent strategic and tactical skills. His written advice is of the highest order.
Ranked: Tier 3
Heather Sargent - Landmark ChambersHeather is very bright and knowledgeable, and quickly identifies key issues amongst a huge mass of information. She is solution focused and can explain complex issues to clients or consultant team. Her calm professional manner under pressure at is valuable.
Ranked: Tier 3
Richard Turney - Landmark ChambersQC eminence is now surely imminent. A joy to work with and his cross-examination style and his written advice in major cases has been exceptional.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Matthew Fraser - Landmark ChambersTrusted support to senior QCs on high profile and significant matters. Having Matthew on board gives the client confidence that the work will be done thoroughly and promptly.
Ranked: Tier 4
Alex Goodman - Landmark ChambersAlex is one of the best advocates there is. He is brilliant in court in all respects. His delivery is fabulous as is his ability to think on his feet. You would want him on your side in court.
Ranked: Tier 4
Alistair Mills - Landmark ChambersAlistair was approachable and responsive at all times. He provided extremely clear and pragmatic advice to clients without experience of high court matters. He was able to put the clients at ease whilst explaining complex legal principles. His written submissions were excellent and had an encyclopaedic knowledge of the relevant case law.
Ranked: Tier 4
Yaaser Vanderman - Landmark ChambersSmart, proactive, dedicated, extremely responsive and diligent.
Ranked: Tier 4
Jonathan Wills - Landmark ChambersJonathan is carving a very valuable niche in being a good junior for telecom work.
Ranked: Tier 4

Testimonials

Set

‘Landmark is a very strong planning chambers with counsel who are knowledgeable and have their finger on the pulse of everything happening in the planning world. Their counsel are on the ball and always very approachable and easy to work with.’

‘A go-to planning set, with clerks and counsel that are always prepared to go the extra mile.’

‘Landmark is the leading planning set and boasts a stunning array of experienced QCs and junior barristers. I have worked with the set since it was established and know many of the barristers well.’

‘Landmark is one of the premier chambers for claimant planning and environmental law work. The quality of counsel is consistent and is highly regarded.’

‘Landmark remains at the forefront of the planning bar and their outreach in terms of reputation and thought leadership is second to none.’

Clerking

‘The clerks are very approachable and aware of the common constraints that claimants encounter.’

‘The Landmark clerks are usually very responsive and engaging when need be, differentiating and prioritising urgent matters where necessary.’

‘The clerks are always available to assist with urgent requests and have adapted well to receiving large bundles of documents electronically and ensuring papers are passed onto counsel efficiently.’

‘Excellent. I thought the service we received was efficient and responsive. I felt the invoices were accurate and reasonable.’

London Bar > IT and telecoms

London Bar > Immigration (including business immigration) Tier 2

Landmark Chambers is  'exceptionally knowledgeable in immigration law' and is recognised for providing 'a safe pair of hands to navigate judicial review'. Acting for claimants, NGOs and the government, it represents legally aided and privately funded individuals at all levels of the appellate system, including in cases at the interface of the immigration system and the welfare state. In particular, its latest highlights include Alex Goodman's successful representation of R (W) v SSHD, in which the Divisional Court found unlawful a number of applications of the "no recourse to public funds" policy amounted to cruel and degrading treatment, and Richard Drabble QC's involvement in the R (Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens) v SSHD, concerning the Home Office's fee, effectively a 200% markup, for those registering a child as a British citizen.

Leading Silks

Richard Drabble QC - Landmark ChambersOne of the most highly regarded silks at the public law Bar.
Ranked: Tier 1
Tim Buley QC - Landmark ChambersTim is fantastic at drafting and often knocks up a first draft (which requires minimal amendment) while taking instructions from you on the phone; this really is a rare quality in a barrister and means that cases move forward quickly while always staying at a high standard.
Ranked: Tier 2
Samantha Broadfoot QC - Landmark ChambersVery talented, well-respected, intelligent all-rounder in immigration law.
Ranked: Tier 2

2020 Silks

David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersHe is a fair, careful and also formidable opponent. His judgment - which points to press, which to concede - is excellent.

Leading Juniors

Julia Smyth - Landmark ChambersJulia has proven herself to be immensely capable, very thorough, responsive and impresses with a detailed knowledge of the law on EU free movement.
Ranked: Tier 2
Galina Ward - Landmark ChambersOne of the very best juniors at the Immigration Bar, the meticulous thoroughness of Galina's preparation is reflected in the exemplary quality of her written work, often praised by the Bench for its authoritative and measured qualities.
Ranked: Tier 2
Alex Goodman - Landmark ChambersAlex is one of the best advocates there is. He is brilliant in court in all respects. His delivery is fabulous as is his ability to think on his feet.
Ranked: Tier 3
Gwion Lewis - Landmark ChambersCoUrteous and good on his feet.
Ranked: Tier 4

Testimonials

Set

They have great strength in depth and I would strongly recommend them to solicitors for administrative law especially in the context of immigration matters.”

Landmark Chambers has a number of barristers who are all exceptionally knowledgeable on immigration law and always provide a safe set of hands to navigate an immigration related judicial review.”

 

Clerking

The clerks are helpful and professional, some of the best around.”

Richard Bolton is particularly helpful.”

London Bar > Costs

Leading Juniors

Rupert Cohen - Landmark ChambersA go-to guru for costs cases at the junior level.
Ranked: Tier 2

London Bar > Property litigation Tier 2

Landmark Chambers continues to expand its profile, praised as 'at the top of their game' as a property-focused set, with the profile of the practice  reflected by the appointment of David Holland QC as head of chambers. The set handles residential property, landlord-tenant, and real property work, and can also offer specialist expertise in property insolvency, telecoms, and Land Registration. Holland QC, leading highly-rated senior junior Toby Watkin appeared before the Supreme Court in TW Logistics v Essex CC, a case relating whether a section of a working port could be ruled part of a Town or Village Green. Justin Bates is noted for his combined public law and property practice, representing public and private sector clients in landlord-tenant proceedings. Tom Weekes QC is representing in the high-profile Fearn v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery case concerning the art gallery's tenth floor viewing gallery, which is listed for the Supreme Court in December 2021. Myriam Stacey QC took silk in 2021, and covers aspects of real estate litigation, with a particular focus on commercial landlord and tenant and real estate disputes in connection with proposed and ongoing commercial developments. The set continues to expand, with Evie Barden arriving during 2020 and bolstering the chambers' property insolvency practice in particular.

Leading Silks

David Holland QC - Landmark ChambersDavid provides clear and concise advice and is very quick to reach the core of the argument. However, David's greatest ability is in court and particularly on cross-examination of witnesses and experts where he can be ferocious.
Ranked: Tier 1
Zia Bhaloo QC - Landmark ChambersZia has an incredibly sharp legal brain with excellent team skills. Clients rave about Zia. She's an absolute pleasure to work with and provides concise, cleverly thought-through advice with a commercial approach. That's rare.
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3
Dan Kolinsky QC - Landmark ChambersHe has an excellent understanding of the law coupled with an engaging and approachable presence in consultation, and first class advocacy. A great all-round set of skills.
Ranked: Tier 3
Tom Weekes QC - Landmark ChambersGood on expert evidence and witness statement evidence and general preparation for trial. Tom is a team player who goes the extra mile for clients. Very good expertise on restrictive covenants.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4

2021 Silks

Myriam Stacey QC - Landmark ChambersMyriam works on bet the ranch high-stakes property litigation. A formidable new silk who operates at the very top of the property litigation world and ticks every box an instructing solicitor could ask for. Lingo-free advice of the highest quality is delivered at break-neck speed. A absolute pleasure to work with and someone who adopts a sleeves-up collaborative approach from the off. Particularly sought out for complex rights to light.

Leading Juniors

Nicholas Taggart - Landmark ChambersNick has an encyclopedic knowledge of property law and rolls up his sleeves and gets stuck into the detail. Definitely my go to barrister if I want the right answer.
Ranked: Tier 1
Justin Bates - Landmark ChambersKnowledge of the field and the law is second to none. Very quick to appraise a potential case, strengths and weaknesses. Not afraid to argue a novel point of law. Advice is eminently clear and considered. Gains the confidence of clients instantly.
Ranked: Tier 2
Camilla Lamont - Landmark ChambersVery responsive and accessible. Clearly mindful of the need to be commercial, rather than treating instructions purely as a legal puzzle. Very adaptable in terms of strategic approach.
Ranked: Tier 2
Toby Watkin - Landmark ChambersToby is an exceptionally strong senior junior. He is reassuring in conference with lay client, trustworthy and dependable and an extremely safe pair of hands.
Ranked: Tier 2
Katrina Yates - Landmark ChambersKatrina is a robust and tenacious advocate, well able to hold her own against opponents of far greater seniority. She is my go-to person for Land Registration matters and development disputes that straddle property and planning law. Responsive and collaborative, she is certainly one to watch.
Ranked: Tier 2
Thomas Jefferies - Landmark ChambersTom is a very bright and capable and also approachable with a good sense of humour, he comes over very well with the client and is also incisive and clear in his advice at all times. On his feet, he is a clear cogent and careful advocate. His naturally persuasive style wins through. He is great at taking hold of and running with complex legal and valuation argument and is not at all phased by technical subject matter. He is also a creative legal thinker and has delivered value over and above on many occasions to clients. He is a modern user friendly barrister and always a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 3
Galina Ward - Landmark ChambersGalina is very approachable, easy to communicate with, very articulate and extremely thorough whilst looking at the end objective and for practical solutions.
Ranked: Tier 3
Simon Allison - Landmark ChambersExcellent at getting to the core issues of a case and deals with all levels of clients exceptionally well. Superb in dealing with residential service charge disputes and his tactical advice is second to none.
Ranked: Tier 3
Aaron Walder - Landmark ChambersAaron has been excellent in absorbing a substantial amount of detail from a significant quantity of documents and distilling the issues down to a thoroughly pleaded case.
Ranked: Tier 4
Evie Barden - Landmark ChambersThorough with great attention to detail but also sets out advice in a clear and digestible way. Approachable and commercially minded.
Ranked: Tier 5
Rupert Cohen - Landmark ChambersRupert is a fantastic advocate, frighteningly clever and an absolute pleasure to work with. My go to junior for complex or tricky points of law.
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5

Testimonials

Set

I regard Landmark Chambers as my first port of call from property disputes due to the quality of the counsel available and their breadth of knowledge.

Landmark have really stepped up over the last few years and are at the top of their game.

Landmark is a heavyweight player in the property world. Their planning environment and property reach is wide and their expertise covers all areas.

Fantastic set with a real breadth and depth of expertise.

Clerking

Mark Ball is fantastic and I can always rely on him to provide a prompt response whether it is by telephone or email.

Always responsive and accommodating. Mark Ball and Richard Bolton are the main contacts and both come highly recommended.

The clerks are always available to assist with urgent requests and have adapted well to receiving large bundles of documents electronically and ensuring papers are passed onto counsel efficiently.

Clerking service is excellent. Mark Ball leads the team from the from the front and is very easy to work with.

London Bar > Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police) Tier 3

Landmark Chambers has a well balanced claimant, defendant and intervener practice, and is active on nationally significant and high profile civil liberties and human right cases. David Blundell QC defended a challenge to the Secretary of State’s decision to establish an ex gratia scheme to assist Syrians displaced in the Middle East, but excluding other nationalities previously resident in Syria (such as Palestinians), in R (Turani) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department, which was brought by Palestinian refugee claimants formally resident in Syria, and displaced to Jordan, citing unlawful discrimination. In R (W (A Child)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Project 17 intervening) [2020] 1 W.L.R. 4428, Alex Goodman acted for the successful claimant contending that the Home Office policy imposing “no recourse to public funds” was incompatible with article 3 ECHR and the common law ‘law of humanity’. Tim Buley QC has expertise in acting as a special advocate. In March 2021 Graham Denholm moved to Doughty Street Chambers.    

Leading Silks

Tim Buley QC - Landmark ChambersUncanny ability to locate the key issues in complex cases. Simply the best.
Ranked: Tier 4
Richard Drabble QC - Landmark ChambersOne of the most highly regarded silks.
Ranked: Tier 4
Fiona Scolding QC - Landmark ChambersFiona is excellent at detail, but keeps a firm eye on the bigger picture. She is particularly skilled at dealing with vulnerable witnesses.
Ranked: Tier 4

2020 Silks

David Blundell QC - Landmark ChambersDavid is extremely knowledgeable in the areas of international human rights and EU law and has provided solid written and oral advice in respect of complex and politically sensitive litigation.

Testimonials

Set

‘I would not hesitate to work with Landmark again.’

‘Fiercely intelligent approach to cases, able to keep sight of the bigger picture and offer pragmatic and realistic advice.’

Clerking

‘Engaged directly with Richard Bolton, who has provided a prompt and effective service in respect of fees and other matters.’

London Bar > Public procurement

Leading Juniors

James NeillLandmark ChambersJames is a hard working and dedicated barrister, who goes beyond the call of duty in assisting his clients. He quickly and comprehensively masters the documents and provides detailed advice which is easily understood by his lay clients.
Ranked: Tier 3

London Bar > Social housing Tier 3

Landmark Chambers has an 'expanding specialism in landlord and tenant' matters, with members acting for both third sector landlords as well as tenants. The set advises on a full array of social housing issues ranging from day-to-day housing management issues, such as subletting and anti-social behaviour, to complex possession claims involving capacity issues. Richard Drabble QC acted in R (Blundell) v SSWP, in which the High Court found the Secretary of State’s policy on deduction of automatic deduction of fines from Universal Credit to be unlawful. In Piechnik v Oxford CC, a leading case on local authority rights of access to “right to buy” flats in order to carry out fire safety upgrade works, Justin Bates represented Oxford City Council as the respondent.

Leading Juniors

Justin Bates - Landmark ChambersJustin is a brilliant advocate. He manages to simplify complex legal arguments to a level which the lay client can follow. He really is a QC in the making.
Ranked: Tier 1

Testimonials

Set

Landmark have an expanding specialism in landlord and tenant, with Justin Bates heading, and have some highly able barristers in the field. Recent webinars have been useful and of high quality.

Landmark’s housing law team is relatively small, but in demand. Recent webinars have been useful and of a good standard.

Landmark are on the up in leasehold and wider housing work.’

‘This set of chambers runs very interesting free training programs which I have attended remotely.’

Landmark Chambers are my preferred set for Property Litigation. They have an incredible range of barristers and I have a strong working relationship with a number of them. Some of their barristers can be quite hard to instruct because they are so popular and so good. They ran virtual training throughout the pandemic which was very well received.

Clerks

Harry Feldman is brilliant. He always responds quickly, provides realistic, and reasonable, fee estimates promptly and ensures counsel keep to agreed timeframes.

The clerks are always, helpful and prompt and on top of their job.

The best clerking service I have ever had. Richard Bolton in particular is an absolute star. Always able to find a solution which best serves my client and is always willing to go the extra mile.

Clerks have always been helpful and efficient.

Landmark Chambers’ 94 barristers offer advice and advocacy across the spectrum of planning, property, public, commercial and environmental law. Its work includes rating and valuation, infrastructure and compulsory purchase, regulation, leasehold enfranchisement, mediation and arbitration in the UK, Europe and internationally.

The set: Landmark’s barristers work on significant cases, inquiries, injunctions and infrastructure projects. They have helped clients in recent years to develop the Shard of Glass, pass the Parliamentary Bills on Crossrail, challenge the third runway at Heathrow and advised on a major land reclamation scheme in Hong Kong.

A number of barristers sit as deputy High Court judges, recorders and act as arbitrators, experts and mediators. Its barristers have significant experience of litigation in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court, the European Court of Justice, the European General Court, the European Court of Human Rights, the UN Aarhus Compliance Committee, the Northern Ireland courts and the courts of a number of other jurisdictions, including Hong Kong.

Types of work undertaken:
Planning: Landmark remains at the forefront of UK planning with members advising on high-profile national and international issues regarding the built environment. Climate change, nuclear power, new coal-fired power stations with carbon capture storage, wind farms and other renewable energy schemes, airport expansion, iconic bridges and buildings, rail and road infrastructure, retail and leisure, housing and mixed-use schemes are dealt with on a daily basis.

Property: Landmark offers particular expertise in commercial and residential landlord and tenant, leasehold enfranchisement, boundary disputes, easements, restrictive covenants, mortgages, land registration, adverse possession and proprietary estoppel. The property team continues to be the first choice for solicitors instructed by clients wishing to injunct or remove squatters and protestors.

Public: Landmark’s barristers appear frequently in applications for judicial review and before a range of statutory tribunals and inquiries, as well as appeals, in the UK and beyond. Members cover the full range of public law cases including education, local government, social security, human rights, immigration, mental health, housing, prisons, and planning and environmental.

Environmental: Landmark’s barristers are experts in the environmental aspects of town and country planning and, with their strength in public law, they are the natural choice for environmental challenges in the higher courts. Its property barristers complete the package, with experience at all levels of advising on environmental issues in this area.

Rating and valuation: members have undertaken a wide range of valuation work. They apply that experience and expertise over a wide range of areas, including compensation by public authorities, rating valuations, rent reviews, tax valuations, leasehold enfranchisement and council tax valuations. Members have taken part in leading cases in the UK and overseas covering a diverse range of properties and businesses.

Leasehold enfranchisement: members offer genuinely specialist advice to solicitors, valuers and clients, helping at every stage, including advice, drafting, help with expert reports, and appearing in courts and tribunals. Barristers frequently advise on related professional negligence claims. Much of chambers’ work concerns property in prime Central London where values are highest. Members regularly act for both landlords, including London Estates, and for lessees.

Europe and international: Landmark’s international work includes acting for both private litigants and government bodies, and spans all of its practice areas. Members have appeared regularly before the European Court of First Instance, European Court of Justice, European Court of Human Rights and the UNECE Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee for private parties and the UK government. Members have worked in a number of international jurisdictions including Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, British Virgin Islands, Trinidad and Cambodia.

Mediation and arbitration: Landmark is committed to alternative dispute resolution. Its members include leaders in the fields of rent review arbitration and expert determination. A number of practitioners are also qualified as arbitrators and mediators, and are on the list of counsel to be appointed by the chairman of the Bar Council to act as independent experts.

 

Department Name Email Telephone
Chief Executive Paul Newhall pnewhall@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1352
Practice Director Ben Connor bconnor@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 2483
Practice Director Mark Ball mball@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1308
Joint Head of Chambers BROWN QC, Paul (1991)
Joint Head of Chambers TAYLOR QC, Reuben (1990)
Senior Practice Manager Bill King bking@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1350
Senior Practice Manager Kevin Squires ksquires@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1351
Practice Manager Michael Gooch mgooch@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1305
Practice Manager Jason Allen jallen@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1306
Practice Manager Richard Bolton rbolton@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1392
Practice Manager Harry Feldman hfeldman@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 2485
Practice Manager Connor McGilly cmcgilly@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1304
Practice Manager Zoe Bluck zbluck@landmarkchambers.co.uk 020 7421 1301
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 Simon Allison photo Simon Allison Simon is a specialist property practitioner. Described in The Legal 500 guide…
 Evie Barden  photo Evie Barden Evie has a successful practice that spans the full range of property litigation,…
 Justin Bates photo Justin Bates Justin’s practice covers all aspects of housing, property and local government law. …
 Zia Bhaloo photo Zia Bhaloo Zia Bhaloo was called to the Bar in 1990 and was appointed…
 Sasha Blackmore  photo Sasha Blackmore Sasha Blackmore was called to the Bar in 2005 and specialises in…
 David Blundell  photo David Blundell David was called to the Bar in 2001 and was appointed Queen’s…
 Christopher Boyle photo Christopher Boyle Christopher was called to the Bar (Lincoln’s Inn) in November 1994 and he…
 Samantha Broadfoot photo Samantha Broadfoot Samantha’s practice encompasses a wide spectrum of cases with a public law…
 Paul Brown photo Paul Brown Paul’s practice covers planning and environmental, public and local government law. He has…
 Tim Buley photo Tim Buley Tim Buley QC specialises in all areas of public and regulatory law,…
 Andrew Byass  photo Andrew Byass Andrew is a planning and public law specialist, whose experiences includes EU…
 Neil Cameron photo Neil Cameron Neil has extensive experience in planning, compulsory purchase, parliamentary and environmental work.…
 Eian Caws  photo Eian Caws Eian Caws was called to the Bar in 1974 and, following pupillage…
 Richard Clarke  photo Richard Clarke Richard is an experienced and versatile advocate who specialises in property law. …
 Rupert Cohen  photo Rupert Cohen Rupert has a successful property practice allied with a specialist knowledge of…
 Timothy Corner photo Timothy Corner The major part of Tim Corner’s practice is in the fields of…
 Matthew Dale-Harris  photo Matthew Dale-Harris Matthew is a planning and property law specialist. In planning law he…
 Richard Drabble photo Richard Drabble Richard Drabble QC was called to the Bar in 1975 and took…
 David Elvin photo David Elvin David Elvin QC was called to the Bar in 1983 and took…
 David Forsdick photo David Forsdick David was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2014 and specialises in environmental and…
 Anjoli Foster  photo Anjoli Foster Anjoli is a planning and public law barrister who is now ranked…
 Matthew Fraser  photo Matthew Fraser Matthew has a broad practice in public law, planning law and environmental…
 Ben Fullbrook  photo Ben Fullbrook Ben practises in public, planning, environmental and property law.  He has appeared…
 Hannah Gibbs  photo Hannah Gibbs Hannah specialises in public law, planning and environmental law, local government law…
 Leon Glenister  photo Leon Glenister Leon specialises in public and planning law. He often acts in complex…
 Alex Goodman photo Alex Goodman Alex specialises in planning, environment and public law. His public law work…
 Nick Grant  photo Nick Grant Nick joined Chambers in 2019, following completion of a third six during…
 Admas Habteslasie  photo Admas Habteslasie Admas accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work and, in addition,…
 Russell Harris photo Russell Harris Russell Harris was called to the Bar in 1986 and took silk…
 Katie Helmore  photo Katie Helmore Katie Helmore is recognised for her versatile and established property practice encompassing…
 Matthew Henderson  photo Matthew Henderson Matthew practices in planning and environmental, property and public law (including non-domestic…
 Katharine Holland photo Katharine Holland Katharine Holland QC MA BCL (Oxon) DipICArb FCIArb is a property litigation…
 David Holland photo David Holland David Holland was called to the Bar in 1986 and practised at…
 Christopher Jacobs  photo Christopher Jacobs Christopher practices in property, planning and environment, and public law.
 Thomas Jefferies  photo Thomas Jefferies Thomas Jefferies is an experienced specialist in property litigation. In his early…
 Graeme Keen photo Graeme Keen Graeme is a specialist in planning, environmental, compulsory purchase and public law. He…
 Neil King photo Neil King Neil King QC was called to the Bar in 1980 and took…
 Dan Kolinsky photo Dan Kolinsky Dan Kolinsky was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2015. He was a member…
 Camilla Lamont  photo Camilla Lamont Camilla is a senior junior who is ranked in tier 1 for…
 Richard Langham  photo Richard Langham Richard Langham specialises in town and country planning, highways law, environmental law…
 Jacqueline Lean  photo Jacqueline Lean Jacqueline has the classic “Landmark USP” practice, encompassing all matters concerning the…
 Gwion Lewis  photo Gwion Lewis Gwion Lewis was called to the Bar in 2005 and specialises in…
 Christopher Lewsley  photo Christopher Lewsley Christopher Lewsley’s practice is focused on non-domestic rating including rate recovery and…
 John Litton photo John Litton John was called to the Bar in 1989 and was a member…
 David Lock photo David Lock David Lock was called to the Bar in 1985 and made a…
 Brooke Lyne  photo Brooke Lyne Brooke is a property practitioner with a diverse range of experience in…
 Scott Lyness  photo Scott Lyness Scott Lyness specialises in all aspects of planning and environmental law. Scott…
 John Male photo John Male John Male QC was called to the Bar in 1976 and took…
 Hafsah Masood  photo Hafsah Masood Hafsah joined Landmark Chambers in November 2019 from 3 Hare Court, where…
 James Maurici photo James Maurici James Maurici was called to the Bar of England & Wales in…
 Alistair Mills  photo Alistair Mills Alistair’s areas of practice are planning and environmental, and public law.  He…
 Stephen Morgan  photo Stephen Morgan Stephen has always specialised in planning and related fields of law, having…
 Tom Morris  photo Tom Morris Tom is a specialist in property litigation and costs law.  He has…
 Tim Morshead photo Tim Morshead Tim is a litigation specialist practising in commercial and real estate law.…
 Tim Mould photo Tim Mould Tim Mould was called to the Bar in 1987 and took silk in…
 Richard Moules  photo Richard Moules Richard was called in 2005. He specialises in planning & compulsory purchase,…
 Philip Nathan  photo Philip Nathan Philip joined chambers in April 2010 from 36 Bedford Row. First called…
 James Neill  photo James Neill James was called to the Bar in 2006. He joined Landmark Chambers…
 David Nicholls  photo David Nicholls David has a broad practice with a particular emphasis on real estate…
 Katherine Olley  photo Katherine Olley Kate is an established and highly experienced planning law practitioner. She is…
 Andrew Parkinson  photo Andrew Parkinson Andrew was called to the Bar in 2010. His practice covers all…
 Carine Patry  photo Carine Patry Carine Patry was called to the Bar in 2000 and is a…
 Simon Pickles  photo Simon Pickles Simon Pickles practices principally in three areas – planning, compulsory purchase &…
 Matthew Reed photo Matthew Reed Matthew was called in 1995 and practices in planning, environmental, local government…
 Heather Sargent  photo Heather Sargent Heather practises primarily in planning and compulsory purchase, environmental and EU law.…
 Fiona Scolding photo Fiona Scolding Fiona’s practice focusses upon public law challenges in a wide variety of…
 Miriam Seitler  photo Miriam Seitler Miriam practises in all areas of property litigation – landlord & tenant…
 Joel Semakula  photo Joel Semakula Joel joined Chambers in 2020 following completion of pupillage during which he…
 Alex Shattock  photo Alex Shattock Alex has a broad practice with a focus on public, planning and…
 Zack Simons  photo Zack Simons Zack is one of the most highly rated junior planning barristers in…
 David Smith  photo David Smith David Smith was awarded the Philip Teichman Scholarship by the Inner Temple…
 Julia Smyth  photo Julia Smyth Julia joined Landmark Chambers in June 2019 following a successful practice at…
 Myriam Stacey  photo Myriam Stacey Myriam took silk in 2021 following a highly successful practice as a…
 Nicholas Taggart  photo Nicholas Taggart Nic is principally a specialist in commercial property law. Over the years,…
 Reuben Taylor photo Reuben Taylor Reuben Taylor QC specialises in all aspects of Planning, Environmental, Compulsory Purchase…
 Joe Thomas  photo Joe Thomas Joe joined Chambers in 2020 following completion of pupillage during which he…
 Richard Turney  photo Richard Turney Richard was called to the Bar in 2007 and specialises in planning,…
 Yaaser Vanderman  photo Yaaser Vanderman Yaaser’s practice covers public law and human rights, planning and environmental law…
 Aaron Walder  photo Aaron Walder Aaron was called to the Bar in 2002 and joined Landmark Chambers…
 Robert Walton photo Robert Walton Robert Walton QC was called in 1999 and took silk in 2019.…
 Galina Ward  photo Galina Ward Galina specialises in public and administrative law, acting for a range of…
 Rupert Warren photo Rupert Warren Rupert Warren QC is a specialist in planning and related areas of…
 Toby Watkin  photo Toby Watkin Toby is an established and experienced practitioner dealing with all areas of…
 Tom Weekes photo Tom Weekes Tom is a property litigation specialist. Before taking silk (in 2016), he…
 Stephen Whale  photo Stephen Whale Stephen was called to the Bar by Gray’s Inn in 1999. He…
 Sasha White photo Sasha White Sasha White QC is a Planning specialist with particular expertise in planning…
 Jenny Wigley  photo Jenny Wigley Jenny’s practice is focused on planning and environmental law and non-domestic rating…
 Luke Wilcox  photo Luke Wilcox Luke Wilcox was called to the bar in 2013 (Middle Temple); he took…
 Guy Williams  photo Guy Williams Guy Williams was called to the Bar in 2000. He specialises in…
 Jonathan Wills  photo Jonathan Wills Jon was called to the Bar in 2006, and has been practising…
 Katrina Yates  photo Katrina Yates Katrina has been recognised in the legal directories as a leading Property…
 Kimberley Ziya  photo Kimberley Ziya Kim joined Chambers in 2019 following completion of pupillage during which she…