Set Profile > Cloisters > London, England

Cloisters
Cloisters
1 PUMP COURT, TEMPLE
LONDON
EC4Y 7AA
England

Living Wage

Employment Tier 1

Cloisters 'has great strength in depth and availability, and the clerks are always very helpful and efficient. The set even provided brilliant advice notes on Covid-19 and its implications for employment law – no other barrister chambers provided as comprehensive support to lawyers'. In recent work of note, Paul Epstein QC and Dee Masters represent Tesco in the multi-party, equal pay claims brought against it by several firms; Jason Galbraith-Marten QC acted for the drivers in the high-profile Uber litigation over worker status; Robin Allen QC and Rachel Crasnow QC acted in O’Brien v Ministry of Justice, one of the test cases that affects approximately 8,000 part-time judges and their right to equivalent pay and pensions with full-time judges.

Leading Silks

Robin Allen QC - CloistersVery impressive and highly knowledgeable - one of the set's leading lights.
Ranked: Tier 1
Paul Epstein QC - CloistersA fantastic QC for complex matters and a brilliant strategist.
Ranked: Tier 1
Caspar Glyn QC - CloistersA robust and confidence-inspiring approach, exhaustive preparation and supreme mastery of advocacy and its tactics.
Ranked: Tier 2
Rachel Crasnow QC - CloistersExcellent with clients; they really engage with her, and she has the ear of the court and its respect. She can disseminate facts quickly and make instant decisions, and makes complex facts simple.
Ranked: Tier 3
Jason Galbraith-Marten QC - CloistersExcellent to work with as he is down to earth, very knowledgeable, practical, prompt, and gives straightforward advice.
Ranked: Tier 3
Schona Jolly QC - CloistersA deadly cross-examiner, she achieves things other silks simply can't pull off; her advocacy is very convincing and she is able to read the judge perfectly, knowing when to focus on a point and when to move on.
Ranked: Tier 3
Daphne Romney QC - CloistersAn outstanding employment barrister with a phenomenal reputation.
Ranked: Tier 3
Jacques Algazy QC - CloistersA punchy opponent who fights hard for his clients.
Ranked: Tier 4
Tom Coghlin QC - CloistersA truly impressive advocate, who is calm, courteous, unruffled, and able to deal effortlessly with the most difficult arguments bowled at him.
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Claire McCann - CloistersAlways extremely well prepared, great at building relationships with clients, and thoughtful and extremely bright. She gives clear advice on complex issues and is very methodical in her approach.
Ranked: Tier 1
Anna Beale - CloistersAlways happy to hop on client calls, explains complex issues in lay terms, and is highly rated technically.
Ranked: Tier 2
Dee Masters - CloistersStrategic, insightful and excellent technically, with great commercial acumen and excellent inter-personal skills with witnesses, opposing counsel, judges and panels. A great asset to have on your team!
Ranked: Tier 2
Paul Michell - CloistersHas incredible attention to detail and an in-depth understanding of the law. At the same time, he is commercial in his approach and understands the needs of clients, so as to give clear direction on the strategy of a case.
Ranked: Tier 2
Christopher Milsom - CloistersA very good advocate who fights hard for his clients, and is measured and responsive in court - clients really appreciate him.
Ranked: Tier 2
Declan O'Dempsey - CloistersOutstanding. Very personable, helpful, and thorough.
Ranked: Tier 2
Catherine Casserley - CloistersConsistently instructed in significant cases and is particularly sought out for discrimination matters.
Ranked: Tier 3
Olivia-Faith Dobbie - CloistersProvides digestible and commercial advice that clients can rely upon.
Ranked: Tier 3
Tom Brown - CloistersHighly intelligent and a real strategist.
Ranked: Tier 4
Daniel Dyal - CloistersVery detailed approach and the advice is extremely thorough.
Ranked: Tier 4
Caroline Musgrave - CloistersA forensic mind, with a fantastic work ethic and great client care skills; she is also always very supportive.
Ranked: Tier 4
Adam Ohringer - CloistersIncredibly thorough, and deals calmly and sensitively with clients. He is a lateral thinker, and has the ability to digest all relevant facts and assess a case’s strengths and weaknesses at speed.
Ranked: Tier 4
Akua Reindorf - CloistersOutstanding skills all round, including brilliant, highly effective advocacy and incredibly clear, understandable written advice - makes the most complex points seem straightforward.
Ranked: Tier 4
Chesca Lord - CloistersExtremely clever, tactically astute and commercially focused. She is always calm and reassuring (particularly with witnesses), while at the same time fiercely competitive - our go-to counsel for all employment law work.
Ranked: Tier 5

Clinical negligence Tier 3

Cloisters is 'a formidable set' with a 'large pool of very able barristers', all of whom 'have a deep understanding of not just the law surrounding clinical negligence but the ethical issues and the challenges facing clients'. The 'highly skilled and specialist' set has a particular focus on acting for claimants in complex neurological birth injuries, as illustrated by William Latimer-Sayer QC's successful settlement of a cerebral palsy claim for just under £23m, in which liability was admitted at an early stage, but there were significant quantum issues concerning the claimant’s condition and prognosis. Also of note, the 'technically very sound' Joel Donovan QC is praised for being 'supportive of his instructing solicitors', while 'excellent trial advocate' Simon Dyer QC has an 'excellent manner with client's and able to explain complex matters and instils trust'. At the junior end, Anna Beale is highlighted for her 'star quality' and 'not being afraid to "take it" to counsel many years her senior – and win'.

Leading Silks

Simon Taylor QC - CloistersDisplays a peerless mastery of birth injury claims.
Ranked: Tier 1
William Latimer-Sayer QC - CloistersHas a superb ability to quantify and maximise the value of the most catastrophic cases.
Ranked: Tier 3
Joel Donovan QC - CloistersA good tactician who has a steely determination when dealing with opponents.
Ranked: Tier 4
Patricia Hitchcock QC - CloistersAmongst the most forensic counsel who is willing to explore all avenues for the client.
Ranked: Tier 4
Simon Dyer QC - CloistersA highly eloquent, unflappable and effective negotiator.
Ranked: Tier 5

Leading Juniors

Sarah Fraser Butlin - CloistersVery bright and technically able. Very strong on quantum and an excellent member of the team at conferences and roundtable settlement meetings. A breath of fresh air.
Ranked: Tier 3
Anna Beale - CloistersA compelling advocate who can readily put clients at their ease and win their trust.
Ranked: Tier 3
Linda Jacobs - CloistersAstonishing medical knowledge and attention to detail.
Ranked: Tier 4
Martyn McLeish - CloistersAn approachable and collaborative barrister who builds a rapport with clients which facilitates their acceptance of difficult advice.
Ranked: Tier 4

Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police)

Leading Silks

Robin Allen QC - CloistersAt the cutting edge of equality law and discrimination issues. He has been instructed in some of the most authoritative cases on these matters.
Ranked: Tier 3
Schona Jolly QC - CloistersShe is fiercely intelligent and uses her formidable intellect to pursue the best practical outcome for her clients. A creative thinker, she is able to think outside the box to devise avenues of argument to get the best outcome.
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Claire McCann - CloistersThe ultimate iron fist in a velvet glove. She is able to unravel complex issues and deliver clear, quick and high impact advice with sensitivity.
Ranked: Tier 3

Inquests and inquiries

Leading Juniors

Linda Jacobs - CloistersExcellent advocate at inquests. Her medical background really helps, she has great empathy with clients, and explains the whole process really well. Her cross-examination is also thoughtful and well prepared.
Ranked: Tier 3

Sport

Leading Silks

Caspar Glyn QC - CloistersSo many strengths: Confident, lots of energy, leadership, fantastic technical knowledge. Noted for contractual and employment disputes.
Ranked: Tier 3

Personal injury, industrial disease and insurance fraud Tier 4

Cloisters is a 'strong set' with a 'good reputation for personal injury work'. The 'experienced barristers' at this set are particularly skilled at dealing with complex liability and quantum issues. William Latimer-Sayer QC is instructed as lead counsel on Pandemrix multiparty action v GSK and the Department of Health, which over 80 claimants are bringing on the basis of injuries caused by the administration of the swine flu vaccination. In other highlights, Joel Donovan QC acts for the claimant in Hadley v LB Redbridge, a high-value workplace bullying case against a former teacher.

Personal injury - Leading Silks

William Latimer- Sayer QC - CloistersHas an unsurpassed knowledge of catastrophic injury claims and how to maximise their value.
Ranked: Tier 2
Patricia Hitchcock QC - CloistersHandles both complex liability and quantum matters.
Ranked: Tier 3
Joel Donovan QC - CloistersQuickly grasps issues and can develop sound arguments in unusual situations.
Ranked: Tier 4

Personal injury - Leading Juniors

Daniel Lawson - CloistersAn outstanding advocate, especially when it comes to complex public liability cases.
Ranked: Tier 1

Set overviews: England and Wales

Cloisters is a top tier employment law set and a go-to chambers for clinical negligence and personal injury cases. Since the launch of our last guide, Schona Jolly QC was re-elected as chair of the Bar Human Rights Committee 2020-21; Caspar Glyn QC and Claire McCann  were re-elected to the Legislative and Policy Committee of the Employment Lawyers’ Association; Linda Jacobs  was appointed Assistant Coroner for the City of London; Sally Cowen , Akua Reindorf , Anna Beale , Olivia-Faith Dobbie , and Rachel Barrett  were all appointed as fee-paid Employment Tribunal Judges; and Simon Dyer QC was appointed as a Recorder, sitting in crime on the South Eastern Circuit.

Testimonials

Clerks:

‘All the clerks are friendly and accessible and will look for practical and efficient solutions to logistical problems, particularly in the current circumstances.’

Andy Hunter and Frankie Beale are both extraordinarily helpful. They are both polite, reassuring and good to work with. Mark and Andy are very good at identifying suitable counsel for any case we give them. They are very organised, keep an eye on deadlines and ensure the timely flow of paperwork to ensure cases run smoothly and efficiently.’

‘Alberta Sharpe is a joy to work with and helps to resolve any issues with fees and invoicing.’

‘Glen Hudson, Andy Hunter and William Parkhouse are excellent at their respective roles.’

Clerking is excellent. Glenn the head clerk is very easy to deal with. Approachable and responsive.’

‘Clerks are attentive and get back to you quickly. Oliver Spratt has been excellent.’

‘Clerks are excellent in terms of arranging appts, counsel availability and sorting costs.’

‘Cloisters’ clerks are head and shoulders above any other set in this area. Glenn Hudson and Mark Skipp, in particular, are worthy of praise for their speed of response, levels of service generally and their understanding of important issues.’

Excellent – all clerks – led well by Glenn Hudson. Best set we work with.’

‘Glenn Hudson – excellent client service, always willing to help and go the extra mile.’

‘I find that the Clerks are the most co-operative of their kind, they prove themselves to be worthy team-players and they provide a first-class service.’

I have found the clerks at Cloisters to be supportive and helpful. They will always endeavour to work flexibly to ensure availability of counsel and provide solutions if this is not possible.’

‘I have seen in action and have used many different chambers in the past 40 years of my life in the law and I have yet to see any better clerking than I have experienced at Cloisters. The clerks are not only efficient at the their jobs but they make you feel that they consider themselves part of your team.’

‘Really accessible and friendly as well as being professional (more so than other similar chambers), and I would describe all of the clerks in this way. They are so easy to deal with and it is one of the reasons that I enjoy working with Cloisters. I liaise most frequently with Andy Hunter who is extremely helpful and has always gone the extra mile in supporting us.’

Set:

‘A set which is impressive in its number of specialist clinical negligence Counsel. It has delivered innovative training on developments in medical and assistive technology.’

‘All Counsel I have worked with from this set have a deep understanding of not just the law surrounding clinical negligence but the ethical issues and the challenges facing clients, including the cross over with Court of Protection issues, which are significant in birth injury/catastrophic brain injury quantum work.’

Always my first call. Loads of excellent employment barristers.’

‘Depth of knowledge and skill set within the Chambers is excellent. Would be a Chambers that I would have no hesitation in recommending to others.’

‘Cloisers are an excellent set – they are my go-to chambers.’

‘Cloisters are a well established set of excellent barristers and their strength and depth means they are a pleasure to work with.’

‘Cloisters are an excellent set of Chambers. They can always provide a range of counsel to suit the complexity of any case we instruct them on. They are well organised, supremely efficient and very easy to work with. Most importantly our clients also enjoy working with them. They provide relevant regular news updates and training events.’

‘Cloisters are fantastically generous in providing excellent guidance and training, most recently in relation to the impact of Covid 19.’

‘Cloisters has a very good reputation for personal injury work and it does not disappoint. There are a number of barristers who are very experienced and this means availability is usually good. They also run helpful and informative talks.’

‘Cloisters have a number of excellent employment counsel and are well supported by a strong clerking team. They range in experience so it is easy to identify someone at the right level of experience to deal with a case. The materials they have produced to address Covid-19 – particularly a full document on various employment law implications – was really impressive.’

‘Cloisters have great counsel with great personality. No shrinking violets here.’

‘Cloisters is in the front rank of employment sets and is perhaps the most innovative. Members of Chambers are uniformly excellent and collaborative. The strength is in depth from the Silks through to the juniors.’

‘Extremely good Chambers, in fact they are the only Chambers that I use and have done so for over 10 years.’

‘Fantastically good. I have instructed members of every level of seniority and I have always been impressed by the thoroughness of their preparation, their knowledge, the quality of their advice and their advocacy skills.’

 

Cloisters is a highly-regarded and long-established set that advises on employment, discrimination & equality, personal injury, clinical negligence, commercial law, regulatory & public law, sport & entertainment with a reputation for delivering exceptional results.

Cloisters is renowned for its responsive, first-class client focus combined with a technical excellence and commercial perspective that enables them to resolve the most complex legal problems for individuals and organisations of all sizes.

They are continually at the forefront of ground-breaking cases. Many Cloisters barristers are the undisputed leaders in their field and represent clients at every level up to the European Court.

The set: Cloisters is known for its expertise along with a modern, flexible approach and outstanding client care. Most of its 51 barristers are ranked leaders in their field.

Types of work undertaken: Cloisters acts for large multinational and national businesses, SMEs, small employers, employees, non-government organisations, charities, regulators, local authorities, associations, government departments, universities, unions, professional bodies, professionals and individuals.

Clinical negligence: Cloisters is the predominant claimant clinical negligence set, with a large team of silks and juniors. It has an outstanding reputation for dealing with multimillion-pound catastrophic birth and spinal injury claims and is at the cutting edge of clinical negligence law, playing a lead in many of the major cases.

Employment: Cloisters is the go-to set for all aspects of employment and discrimination law. It is consistently instructed in landmark cases cementing its reputation as an expert in the field.

Human rights and civil liberties: Cloisters was founded on a commitment to civil liberties. The set has unrivalled expertise in dealing with difficult and novel issues involving both domestic and European law. Seven members are appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) panel of preferred counsel. The team covers domestic and international areas and is involved in the European Court of Human Rights, UN Human Rights Council and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

Inquests and inquiries: Cloisters is a sought-after set for providing representation to bereaved families and dependants in the most complex and sensitive of inquest proceedings. It is well versed in Article 2 inquests, coronial law and judicial review stemming from areas that include healthcare deaths, workplace deaths, road traffic accidents, death in prison, and deaths of children and young people.

Personal injury: Chambers personal injury team is highly sought-after for its expertise in maximum severity work, with experience ranging from multimillion-pound catastrophic injury claims to industrial and traffic accidents, and claims relating to explosions, disease and the armed forces.

Professional discipline and regulatory: Cloisters is recognised for its expertise across a wide range of professions and members of the team appear regularly in front of different panels. The team is well placed to draw on the expertise gained from Cloisters other areas of practice.

Public law: Cloisters represents and advises on discrimination, human rights, judicial review and public inquiries, both for and against public bodies and regulatory authorities. The team brings particular insight into matters relating to education and healthcare professionals.

Sports, media and entertainment: the team acts for the FA in high-profile matters as well as for a wide range of sports bodies and personalities. The team’s strength lies in applying exemplary legal technical skill in a sporting context to produce ground-breaking, creative solutions for clients.

 

Department Name Email Telephone
Members of Chambers ALLEN QC, Robin (1974, 1995)
Members of Chambers DONOVAN QC, Joel (1991, 2011)
Members of Chambers MITCHELL QC, Jonathan (Scotland) (1979, 1992)
Members of Chambers NAPIER QC, Brian (Scotland) (1986, 2002)
Members of Chambers TAYLOR QC, Dr Simon (1984, 2006)
Members of Chambers EPSTEIN QC, Paul (1988, 2006)
Members of Chambers ROMNEY QC, Daphne (1979, 2009)
Members of Chambers HITCHCOCK QC, Patricia (1988, 2011)
Joint Head of Chambers ALGAZY QC, Jacques (1980, 2012)
Members of Chambers GLYN QC, Caspar (1992, 2012)
Members of Chambers GALBRAITH-MARTEN QC, Jason (1991, 2014)
Members of Chambers CRASNOW QC, Rachel (1994, 2015)
Members of Chambers LATIMER-SAYER QC, William (1995, 2016)
Members of Chambers DYER QC, Simon (1987, 2017)
Members of Chambers JOLLY QC, Schona (1999, 2017)
Members of Chambers COGHLIN QC, Thomas (1998, 2018)
Members of Chambers WILLIAMS QC, Edmund (2000)
Members of Chambers SEAWARD, Martin (1978)
Members of Chambers ENGELMAN, Phillip (1979)
Members of Chambers BUCHAN, Andrew (1981)
Members of Chambers O'DEMPSEY, Declan (1987)
Members of Chambers CASSERLEY, Catherine (1991)
Members of Chambers GENN, Yvette (1991)
Members of Chambers MICHELL, Paul (1991)
Members of Chambers HORAN, John (1993)
Members of Chambers LAWSON, Daniel (1994)
Members of Chambers COWEN, Sally (1995)
Members of Chambers ROBERTSON, Sally (1995)
Joint Head of Chambers McLEISH, Martyn (1997)
Members of Chambers REINDORF, Akua (1999)
Members of Chambers BROWN, Thomas (2000)
Members of Chambers JACOBS, Linda (2000)
Members of Chambers McCANN, Claire (2000)
Members of Chambers BEALE, Anna (2001)
Members of Chambers OHRINGER, Adam (2001)
Members of Chambers GODFREY, Hannah (2002)
Members of Chambers MASTERS, Dee (2004)
Members of Chambers FRASER BUTLIN, Sarah (2005)
Members of Chambers DYAL, Daniel (2006)
Members of Chambers MILSOM, Christopher (2006)
Members of Chambers DOBBIE, Olivia-Faith (2007)
Members of Chambers MUSGRAVE, Caroline (2008)
Members of Chambers STIRLING, Catriona (2008)
Members of Chambers CAIDEN, Nathaniel (2009)
Members of Chambers OMERI, Sheryn (2010)
Members of Chambers LORD, Chesca (2011)
Members of Chambers BARRETT, Rachel (2012)
Members of Chambers BURTON, Tamar (2012)
Members of Chambers DANVER, Jennifer (2012)
Members of Chambers COOK, Jonathan (2017)
Members of Chambers FITZPATRICK, Ruaraidh (2017)
Members of Chambers MEENAN, Catherine (2018)
Members of Chambers GOODMAN, Charlotte (2019)
Members of Chambers VEALE, Laurene (2019)
Photo Name Position Profile
 Jacques Algazy photo Jacques Algazy Jacques Algazy practices in employment, commercial, European, and public law. His robust…
 Robin Allen photo Robin Allen Acts for a very wide range of clients, from individuals to organisations,…
 Rachel Barrett  photo Rachel Barrett Barrister specialising in employment, discrimination, inquests and inquiries, clinical negligence, human rights and…
 Anna Beale  photo Anna Beale Barrister specialising in employment and discrimination, clinical negligence and personal injury law.…
 Tom Brown  photo Tom Brown Barrister specialising in employment, equality, EU, commercial, public, immigration and human rights…
 Andrew Buchan  photo Andrew Buchan Barrister who has been specialising in personal injury since 1984. He has…
 Tamar Burton  photo Tamar Burton Tamar specialises in employment and discrimination, personal injury and clinical negligence. In…
 Nathaniel Caiden  photo Nathaniel Caiden Barrister specialising in in employment, discrimination and equality. Also a trained mediator…
 Catherine Casserley  photo Catherine Casserley Practises employment, discrimination and human rights law. Previously employed by the Disability…
 Tom Coghlin photo Tom Coghlin Tom Coghlin QC specialises in employment and discrimination law. He is sought-after…
 Jonathan Cook  photo Jonathan Cook Employment, Discrimination & Equality, Clinical Negligence, Commercial Law, Personal Injury, Requlatory
 Sally Cowen  photo Sally Cowen All areas of employment law equality and discrimination law and TUPE. Independent…
 Rachel Crasnow photo Rachel Crasnow Leading QC specialising in employment law, with emphasis on discrimination and human…
 Jennifer Danvers  photo Jennifer Danvers Main areas of practice: Clinical Negligence, Discrimination and Equality Law, Employment  Jen…
 Olivia-Faith Dobbie  photo Olivia-Faith Dobbie Olivia is a courageous advocate with a strong court presence. She is…
 Joel Donovan photo Joel Donovan Barrister practising mainly in complex high-value clinical negligence and PI, including grave…
 Simon Dyer photo Simon Dyer Simon Dyer QC has specialised in clinical negligence claims since 2000 and…
 Paul Epstein photo Paul Epstein Paul is an employment and discrimination law specialist. He has appeared in…
 Ruaraidh Fitzpatrick  photo Ruaraidh Fitzpatrick Clinical Negligence, Discrimination & Equality, Employment, Human Rights, Personal Injury, Regulatory
 Sarah Fraser Butlin  photo Sarah Fraser Butlin Specialising in employment, clinical negligence, personal injury.
 Jason Galbraith-Marten photo Jason Galbraith-Marten Jason is one of the UK’s leading employment and equality lawyers. In…
 Yvette Genn  photo Yvette Genn Yvette Genn is a specialist employment lawyer with in-depth expertise in complex…
 Caspar Glyn photo Caspar Glyn Caspar is an expert in the employment relationship, contractual (including injunctive relief)…
 Hannah Godfrey  photo Hannah Godfrey Barrister (called 2002) at Cloisters Chambers specialising in personal injury and clinical…
 Patricia Hitchcock photo Patricia Hitchcock Queen’s Counsel. Specialising in complex high-value claims, especially brain and spinal injury,…
 John Horan  photo John Horan Barrister in discrimination and equality and employment. On the day before the…
 Linda Jacobs  photo Linda Jacobs Linda Jacobs is a barrister at Cloisters (2000 call, Middle Temple, Harmsworth…
 Schona Jolly photo Schona Jolly Schona is a cutting-edge equalities lawyer with employment and human rights specialisms…
 William Latimer-Sayer photo William Latimer-Sayer William specialises in catastrophic personal injury and clinical negligence. He has a…
 Daniel Lawson  photo Daniel Lawson Dan specialises in personal injury, clinical negligence and insurance law.
 Chesca Lord  photo Chesca Lord Barrister specialising in employment and discrimination, personal injury, and clinical negligence. Chesca…
 Dee Masters  photo Dee Masters Dee Masters has been ranked in the legal directories since 2010 as…
 Claire McCann  photo Claire McCann Claire McCann specialises in employment, equality and public law as well as…
 Martyn McLeish  photo Martyn McLeish Martyn McLeish is an experienced personal injury and clinical negligence junior, recommended…
 Paul Michell  photo Paul Michell Paul is an employment law specialist. He regularly acts in equal pay,…
 Christopher Milsom  photo Christopher Milsom Chris enjoys a practice at the forefront of employment and equalities law.…
 Caroline Musgrave  photo Caroline Musgrave Caroline specialises in employment and equality law. She advises and represents clients…
 Brian Napier photo Brian Napier Practises employment and discrimination law in England and Scotland (Faculty of Advocates).…
 Declan O’Dempsey  photo Declan O’Dempsey Declan O’Dempsey is a member of the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s…
 Adam Ohringer  photo Adam Ohringer Adam is an employment specialist who still maintains a broader civil law…
 Sheryn Omeri  photo Sheryn Omeri Barrister specialising in employment and discrimination, clinical negligence, human rights, public law…
 Akua Reindorf  photo Akua Reindorf Akua Reindorf specialises in employment and discrimination law. She has substantial experience…
 Daphne Romney photo Daphne Romney Daphne Romney QC is an expert in high-value, very complex litigation and…
 Martin V Seaward  photo Martin V Seaward Barrister specialising in personal and fatal injuries, occupational pensions, coroner’s inquests, administrative…
 Catriona Maria Stirling  photo Catriona Maria Stirling Catriona is a specialist in clinical negligence, medical law and personal injury.…
Dr Simon Taylor photo Dr Simon Taylor Simon is a medical doctor as well as a barrister and specialises…
 Ed Williams photo Ed Williams Ed is named by the Legal 500, Chambers and Partners and Legal…
Glenn Hudson : Senior Clerk