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London Bar > Employment Tier 1

The ‘best set in London for employment work‘, Cloisters‘ acts across the entire range of employment law, while being widely recognised as a leading discrimination chambers. Members from the set are routinely instructed to act at all levels of the judicial system, from the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal, to the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. Recent highlights for chambers included Caspar Glyn KC‘s representation of an employee in Mencap v Tomlinson Blake, which considered the significant question of when care workers were entitled to pay while sleeping on-call in "sleep-in shifts"; and in National Union of Professional Foster Carers v Certification Office, Rachel Crasnow KC and senior-junior Rachel Barrett acted for foster care parents, who argued that they were workers under employment law and could form a trade union. Daniel Dyal departed chambers in late 2021 on his appointment as a salaried judge at the Employment Tribunal.

Leading Silks

Robin Allen KC - CloistersOne of the most brilliant barristers in the country. When in court, he is an outstanding advocate - sharp, focused and eloquent, and he particularly excels in cross-examination. Despite all his outstanding qualities, he is an extremely humble and kind advocate who is always willing to advise and assist, which makes working with him an incredibly rewarding experience.
Ranked: Tier 1
Paul Epstein KCCloistersA favourite silk for employment matters. He is clever, incisive, approachable and considerate, and he performs well under pressure, quickly winning the confidence of demanding clients. His delivery before the tribunal is low-key - no frills and very effective.
Ranked: Tier 1
Caspar Glyn KCCloistersAs an advocate, Caspar is an unstoppable force. Clear and persuasive advocacy with great client skills, and very strong on holiday pay issues.
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 2
Rachel Crasnow KC - CloistersRachel has great strength in discrimination and equality law cases, providing very clear and accessible advice on complex issues. She has a good strategic approach when defending complex and sensitive claims, evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of a case very quickly, and has great client-handling skills - clients immediately know that she's on top of her brief and fighting their corner, and appreciate her sharp analysis and pragmatic approach.
Ranked: Tier 2
Schona Jolly KC - CloistersSchona is a superb advocate and very skilled at dealing with challenges - she really gets results. Clients love working with her.
Ranked: Tier 2
Daphne Romney KC - Cloisters  ‘A very committed and experienced advocate who commands the ear of the court - vast experience in the field of equal pay litigation.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tom Coghlin KC - CloistersTom has a superb grasp of the finer details of employment law; and he is fantastic with clients due to his highly personable, but firm and pragmatic, approach. Tom's drafting is brilliant, and his ability to see through to the heart of the matter and formulate a successful strategy is unparalleled. His advocacy is razor-sharp, he is always on top of the issues, and his delivery is calm, authoritative and hugely persuasive - a lawyer at the top of his game.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4
Ed Williams KCCloistersA true star of the employment law field - immensely calm, skilful and collaborative, with strong analytical skills that are matched with persuasive advocacy. An outstanding team player, who is also excellent in the appeal courts.
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Claire McCannCloistersClaire is a fantastic advocate - her cross-examination is superb, aided by the fact that her preparation is excellent and she has a forensic knowledge of the case and the trial bundle. She is calm under pressure, and solicitors, in trial, feel in safe hands.
Ranked: Tier 1
Christopher Milsom - CloistersNo weaknesses - he has a truly encyclopaedic knowledge of the law. On his feet, he is authoritative without being longwinded and engaging without being lightweight. His attention to detail is superb, he inspires the confidence of clients, and he is straightforward and frank about the strengths and weaknesses of a case, and solutions-oriented when weaknesses are identified. He identifies novel points of law and is fearless (without being reckless) in pursuing them - the best employment lawyer of his generation.
Ranked: Tier 1
Dee MastersCloistersDee is an exceptional barrister and advocate, who is very smart, has great client skills, and her cross-examination at trial is superb – better than most KCs.
Ranked: Tier 1
Anna BealeCloistersAnna is a tenacious advocate, and possesses an unrivalled instinct when it comes to the points that will land with both a judge and the other side in negotiations - a first-choice counsel for the more complex cases where intellectual firepower is required.
Ranked: Tier 2
Paul MichellCloistersPaul is a go-to counsel for complex tribunal cases. He is exceptionally easy to work with, gets across the detail very quickly, and is a very effective advocate who is committed to winning the case. He has a very reassuring and calm manner with clients.
Ranked: Tier 2
Declan O’DempseyCloistersDeclan has a wealth of experience and knowledge of employment law. He is extremely forensic in his approach to advice, and will always search out the unusual argument; and he is a compelling advocate, with an assured approach in tribunal. He is also good at explaining complex issues to lay clients.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tom Brown - CloistersTom has it all! Technically excellent and gets to grips with a case fast. A brilliant strategist, tremendous advocate, and a complete joy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Catherine Casserley - CloistersKnowledge of disability discrimination law that is second to none - lively mind, responsive, great with clients, and speaks with authority, building trust.
Ranked: Tier 2
Olivia-Faith DobbieCloistersClear advice, ability to get to the key issues quickly, excellent soft skills, and a strong communicator.
Ranked: Tier 3
Akua Reindorf - Cloisters ‘Akua is very collaborative in her approach, and she presents a unified front with instructing solicitors, which is always great for clients to see and not something that can be taken for granted when instructing Counsel. She is hardworking, very client friendly, and tenacious and very persuasive in her advocacy.
Ranked: Tier 3
Chesca Lord - CloistersCalm, clever and strategic. She is great with clients, who find her presence in hearings reassuring but also appreciate her determination to fight for the best result at all times.
Ranked: Tier 4
Caroline Musgrave-CohenCloistersShe is brilliant, adapting her style to the witness and particular tribunal to great effect. She is also incredibly well-prepared in all cases, giving great confidence to clients – always a first choice.
Ranked: Tier 4
Sarah Fraser ButlinCloistersSarah is a leading academic and knows the law inside out. In an area like employment law, which is so dynamic, this is a real strength. Her written advocacy is strong, and she is very responsive and personable, and gives clear advice.
Ranked: Tier 4
Adam OhringerCloistersAlways calm and reassuring for clients, and able to explain the situation in an empathetic and supportive manner while providing sound pragmatic advice. Adam is highly skilled in being able to provide creative and strategic solutions to complex situations, yet is also able to provide clear technical advice that is commercially sound - reliable and always available to talk things through when needed.
Ranked: Tier 4
Sheryn Omeri - CloistersSheryn's advocacy skills are first class. She is able to think on her feet, is calm, and gets her point across clearly and effectively - never fazed by what the opposition might throw at her. All her work is delivered in a timely manner, and she is thorough, analytical and practical. Above all else, she understands that litigation can be stressful for those she represents, and she is empathetic.
Ranked: Tier 4
Rachel Barrett - CloistersRachel is an extremely talented junior - smart beyond her years. She's brilliant for complex, technical matters, but equally smart when it comes to strategy, and particularly good on discrimination and whistleblowing cases. Her client-care skills are very good, she works incredibly hard, and is an excellent team player.
Ranked: Tier 4
Yvette Genn - Cloisters 'Incredibly helpful to deal with and offers very practical advice - she does not disappoint and is able to reassure anxious clients.'
Ranked: Tier 5
Nathaniel CaidenCloistersNathaniel is an excellent barrister, who is super-intelligent and always helpful. He takes a real pride in his work, is a great communicator, and he is an excellent advocate. Nathaniel also has a great way with clients, who value his friendly and down-to-earth manner.
Ranked: Tier 5
Jennifer DanversCloistersIntelligent, articulate and technically strong, while also being very approachable to witnesses and instructing solicitors. She is happy to advise at an early stage in a matter, leading to her feeling like an extended member of the team, rather than simply an advocate for the hearing. Her advocacy skills are fantastic.
Ranked: Tier 5



Cloisters is a very strong set of barristers. It has very knowledgeable and skilled employment barristers. Highly recommended for all levels of experience.

The best set in London for employment work.

A go-to set with counsel across the range of expertise and call, and extremely positive to work with.

A first-rate set of chambers with an excellent range of specialist employment barristers.

Strength and depth at all levels of call, from silks to newly called.


The clerks are fantastic, very approachable,  user friendly, and always happy to assist.

London Bar > Clinical negligence Tier 3

Cloisters is well-known as a ‘pre-eminent set for clinical negligence’, with ‘impressive barristers at all levels’. In particular, the ‘outstanding’ William Latimer-Sayer KC acts on consistently complex matters and has noteworthy expertise in quantum. Simon Taylor KC has continued his impressive work, namely on catastrophic birth and brain injury cases. Further, junior Hannah Godfrey has notably acted as sole counsel on multiple catastrophic injury cases in the High Court. Additionally, Tamar Burton has done impressive work drafting high-value and complex schedules of loss, whilst Linda Jacobs has acted successfully for the claimant on the high-profile matter of Bridgman v University Hospitals and Warwickshire NHS Trust, in which case the deceased had an operation to remove a benign brain tumour which left him in a vegetative state, further procedures to stop haemorrhaging produced by the surgical technique used to remove the tumour resulted in the meningitis which ultimately caused his death.

Leading Silks

Simon Taylor KCCloisters ‘He has an excellent understanding of complex medical issues and an ability not to be distracted by irrelevant detail, but to get to the root of the issues quickly in negotiations.'      
Ranked: Tier 1
William Latimer-Sayer KCCloisters ‘A leading member of the Bar on the question of quantum of damages.’
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 3
Joel Donovan KC - CloistersA quiet assassin. He is tactically very astute, super bright, and has a steely resolve when required.
Ranked: Tier 4
Simon Dyer KCCloisters ‘Simon has a pragmatic, personable and empathic approach to clients whilst ensuring that experts are well-tested and the risks in a case are fully explored.’
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Anna BealeCloistersAnna is a delight to work with. She is exceptional with clients, incredibly intelligent and able to navigate her way around tricky cases with ease.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Tamar BurtonCloisters ‘Tamar is the consummate junior who has everything: he is efficient, hardworking and nothing is too much trouble. Exceptional people and client-management skills.’    
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Hannah Godfrey Cloisters ‘Very thorough and approachable.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Chesca LordCloistersChesca is very experienced in catastrophic work.’    
Ranked: Tier 4
Martyn McLeishCloisters 'Martyn is very approachable and easy to communicate with. He has very good client care skills and is always well-prepared and on top of the details of a case.'    
Ranked: Tier 4
Catriona StirlingCloisters ‘Catriona is exceptional. She has a wonderful manner with clients. She is always calm, and gives the impression of reassuring competence. In negotiations she is thoughtful and responsive, but utterly committed to securing the client a good outcome.'     
Ranked: Tier 4



Cloisters remain one of our go-to sets, with impressive barristers at all levels and a commercial perspective.’

‘Excellent chambers – good choice of counsel, efficient clerks – a good set to work with.’

‘Cloisters are a leading clinical negligence set, they have good strength-in-depth.’

‘Cloisters is a pre-eminent set for clinical negligence.’    

‘The set has high-standards for admission and the newest recruits bear this out.’


Chambers are supported by a very able and enthusiastic team of clerks.’

London Bar > Personal injury, industrial disease and insurance fraud Tier 4

Cloisters  has a reputation as a ‘very good set of highly-respected silks and juniors’ in the personal injury space. In particular, the team members this year continue their impressive work on road traffic accident-induced catastrophic injury work. Namely, William Latimer-Sayer KC is representing the claimant, a former RAF air traffic controller who suffered severe spinal injury resulting in complete motor and sensory paraplegia as a result of a bicycle accident on the A32, in the case of Rose v Taylor; following the accident the claimant won a gold and two silver medals at the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney. In addition, Latimer-Sayer KC has led newly ranked ‘future personal injury star’ Chesca Lord, who deals solely with complex quantum, on high-value matters of catastrophic injury. Tamar Burton is active in, among other areas, motor injury cases and often led by high-ranking Silks. Patricia Hitchcock KC retired in 2021.

Leading Silks

William Latimer-Sayer KCCloisters ‘One of the go-to silks on high-value catastrophic injury matters. He is a delight to work with. A genuine star and phenomenally gifted.’
Ranked: Tier 1
Joel Donovan KCCloisters ‘Joel is very clever, sees the issues in a case for what they are and has a strategy to get the best possible outcome.'      
Ranked: Tier 4

Personal injury - Leading Juniors

Daniel LawsonCloisters ‘Daniel is highly recommended amongst the senior juniors.' 
Ranked: Tier 1
Chesca Lord - Cloisters 'Very approachable and has a clear understanding of the relevant issues to the claim. Client like her. Without doubt a future personal injury star.'      
Ranked: Tier 5
Tamar Burton Cloisters 'Tamar is fantastic; switched-on, effective, personable and incredibly hardworking. Super junior counsel in big cases – contributes beyond her years.’
Ranked: Tier 5



‘Cloisters are one of the best sets in this area of work. Their strength-in-depth is very impressive.’ 

‘A very good set of highly-respected silks and junior.’      

‘Cloisters are an excellent, almost old-fashioned set in that they are a relatively small set with a group of excellent barristers, whom are all highly-respected and provide a personal service to those solicitors who have instructed them for years.’      

‘Cloisters are an excellent chambers we know well and their support teams and barristers are first-rate.’      

‘Cloisters are excellent.’      


‘A good clerks’ room – very accommodating.’      

Work highlights

    London Bar > Administrative and public law (including elections)

    Leading Silks

    Ranked: Tier 3
    Ranked: Tier 4
    Schona Jolly KCCloistersSchona is a keen intellect and a practical and yet creative thinker. She is a strong and unwavering advocate with in-depth knowledge and expertise of civil liberties and human rights with the domestic and ECHR frameworks.
    Ranked: Tier 4

    London Bar > Inquests and inquiries

    Leading Juniors

    Linda JacobsCloistersExcellent advocate at inquests, and brings a wealth of experience which reassures the clients.
    Ranked: Tier 3

    Cloisters is a highly-regarded and long-established set that advises on employment, discrimination and equality, personal injury, clinical negligence, commercial law, regulatory and public law, sport and 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 52 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.

    Members of Chambers ALLEN KC, Robin (1974, 1995)
    Members of Chambers DONOVAN KC, Joel (1991, 2011)
    Members of Chambers MITCHELL KC, Jonathan (Scotland) (1979, 1992)
    Members of Chambers NAPIER KC, Brian (Scotland) (1986, 2002)
    Members of Chambers TAYLOR KC, Dr Simon (1984, 2006)
    Members of Chambers EPSTEIN KC, Paul (1988, 2006)
    Members of Chambers ROMNEY KC, Daphne (1979, 2009)
    Members of Chambers HITCHCOCK KC, Patricia (1988, 2011)
    Joint Head of Chambers ALGAZY KC, Jacques (1980, 2012)
    Members of Chambers GLYN KC, Caspar (1992, 2012)
    Members of Chambers GALBRAITH-MARTEN KC, Jason (1991, 2014)
    Members of Chambers CRASNOW KC, Rachel (1994, 2015)
    Members of Chambers LATIMER-SAYER KC, William (1995, 2016)
    Members of Chambers DYER KC, Simon (1987, 2017)
    Members of Chambers JOLLY KC, Schona (1999, 2017)
    Members of Chambers COGHLIN KC, Thomas (1998, 2018)
    Members of Chambers WILLIAMS KC, Edmund (2000)
    Members of Chambers SEAWARD, Martin (1978)
    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 D'SOUZA, Carolyn (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 MILSOM, Christopher (2006)
    Members of Chambers DOBBIE, Olivia-Faith (2007)
    Members of Chambers MUSGRAVE-COHEN, 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)
    Members of Chambers JACKSON, Joshua (2020)
    Members of Chambers SHARP, Melanie (2020)
    Members of Chambers ISMAIL, Ameer, (2021)
    Jacques Algazy photo Jacques AlgazyJacques Algazy practices in employment, commercial, European, and public law. His robust…
    Robin Allen photo Robin AllenActs for a very wide range of clients, from individuals to organisations,…
    Rachel Barrett photo Rachel BarrettBarrister specialising in employment, discrimination, inquests and inquiries, clinical negligence, human rights and…
    Anna Beale photo Anna BealeBarrister specialising in employment and discrimination, clinical negligence and personal injury law.…
    Tom Brown photo Tom BrownBarrister specialising in employment, equality, EU, commercial, public, immigration and human rights…
    Andrew Buchan photo Andrew BuchanBarrister who has been specialising in personal injury since 1984. He has…
    Tamar Burton photo Tamar BurtonTamar specialises in clinical negligence, personal injury, inquests, employment and discrimination work.…
    Nathaniel Caiden photo Nathaniel CaidenBarrister specialising in in employment, discrimination and equality. Also a trained mediator…
    Catherine Casserley photo Catherine CasserleyPractises employment, discrimination and human rights law. Previously employed by the Disability…
    Tom Coghlin photo Tom CoghlinTom Coghlin QC has a wealth of experience of first instance and…
    Jonathan Cook photo Jonathan CookEmployment, Discrimination & Equality, Clinical Negligence, Commercial Law, Personal Injury, Requlatory
    Sally Cowen photo Sally CowenAll areas of employment law equality and discrimination law and TUPE. Independent…
    Rachel Crasnow photo Rachel CrasnowLeading QC specialising in employment law, with emphasis on discrimination and human…
    Carolyn D'Souza photo Carolyn D'Souza
    Carolyn D'Souza photo Carolyn D'Souza
    Jennifer Danvers photo Jennifer DanversMain areas of practice: Clinical Negligence, Discrimination and Equality Law, Employment Jen…
    Olivia-Faith Dobbie photo Olivia-Faith DobbieOlivia is a courageous advocate with a strong court presence. She is…
    Joel Donovan photo Joel DonovanBarrister practising mainly in complex high-value clinical negligence and PI, including grave…
    Simon Dyer photo Simon DyerSimon Dyer QC specialises in clinical negligence and personal injury claims. Simon…
    Paul Epstein photo Paul EpsteinPaul is an employment and discrimination law specialist. He has appeared in…
    Ruaraidh Fitzpatrick photo Ruaraidh FitzpatrickClinical Negligence, Discrimination & Equality, Employment, Human Rights, Personal Injury, Regulatory
    Sarah Fraser Butlin photo Sarah Fraser ButlinSpecialising in employment, clinical negligence, personal injury.
    Jason Galbraith-Marten photo Jason Galbraith-MartenJason is one of the UK’s leading employment and equality lawyers. In…
    Yvette Genn photo Yvette GennYvette Genn is a specialist employment lawyer with in-depth expertise in complex…
    Caspar Glyn photo Caspar GlynCaspar is an expert in the employment relationship, contractual (including injunctive relief)…
    Caspar Glyn photo Caspar GlynCaspar is an expert in the employment relationship, contractual (including injunctive relief)…
    Hannah Godfrey photo Hannah GodfreyBarrister (called 2002) at Cloisters Chambers specialising in personal injury and clinical…
    Patricia Hitchcock photo Patricia HitchcockQueen’s Counsel. Specialising in complex high-value claims, especially brain and spinal injury,…
    John Horan photo John HoranBarrister in discrimination and equality and employment. On the day before the…
    Linda Jacobs photo Linda JacobsLinda Jacobs is a barrister at Cloisters (2000 call, Middle Temple, Harmsworth…
    Schona Jolly photo Schona JollySchona Jolly QC has a high profile domestic and international practice, with…
    William Latimer-Sayer photo William Latimer-SayerWilliam specialises in catastrophic personal injury and clinical negligence. He has a…
    Daniel Lawson photo Daniel LawsonDan specialises in personal injury, clinical negligence and insurance law.
    Chesca Lord photo Chesca LordBarrister specialising in employment and discrimination, personal injury, and clinical negligence. Chesca…
    Dee Masters photo Dee MastersDee Masters has been ranked in the legal directories since 2010 as…
    Claire McCann photo Claire McCannClaire McCann specialises in employment, equality and public law as well as…
    Martyn McLeish photo Martyn McLeishMartyn McLeish is an experienced personal injury and clinical negligence junior, recommended…
    Paul Michell photo Paul MichellPaul is an employment law specialist. He regularly acts in equal pay,…
    Christopher Milsom photo Christopher MilsomChris operates at the forefront of employment and equality law having appeared…
    Caroline Musgrave-Cohen photo Caroline Musgrave-CohenCaroline specialises in employment and equality law. She advises and represents clients…
    Brian Napier photo Brian NapierPractises employment and discrimination law in England and Scotland (Faculty of Advocates).…
    Declan O Declan O"DempseyDeclan O’Dempsey is a member of the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s…
    Declan O'Dempsey  photo Declan O'Dempsey Barrister at Cloisters Chambers, part time fee paid employment judge in North…
    Adam Ohringer photo Adam OhringerAdam is an employment specialist who still maintains a broader civil law…
    Sheryn Omeri photo Sheryn OmeriBarrister specialising in employment and discrimination, clinical negligence, human rights, public law…
    Akua Reindorf photoMs Akua ReindorfAkua Reindorf specialises in employment, discrimination and human rights law. She is…
    Sally Robertson photo Sally RobertsonAll areas of equality, discrimination and employment law, including whistleblowing and TUPE,…
    Daphne Romney KC photo Daphne Romney KCDaphne Romney QC is an expert in high-value, very complex litigation and…
    Martin V Seaward photo Martin V SeawardBarrister specialising in personal and fatal injuries, occupational pensions, coroner’s inquests, administrative…
    Catriona Stirling photo Catriona StirlingCatriona has specialised in clinical negligence and personal injury for a number…
    Simon Taylor photoDr Simon TaylorSimon is a medical doctor as well as a barrister and specialises…
    Simon Taylor photoDr Simon TaylorSimon is a medical doctor as well as a barrister and specialises…
    Ed Williams photo Ed WilliamsEd is named by the Legal 500, Chambers and Partners and Legal…
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