Set Profile > Chambers of Charlie Cory-Wright QC and Richard Harwood QC > Manchester, England
Chambers of Charlie Cory-Wright QC and Richard Harwood QC Offices
39 Essex Chambers
82 KING STREET
Chambers of Charlie Cory-Wright QC and Richard Harwood QC > The Legal 500 Rankings
39 Essex Chambers has a ‘real depth of counsel in the Court of Protection arena, from the most senior counsel through to excellent newly called juniors’. Members advise across all areas and are regularly instructed by claimants, relatives, statutory agencies, private bodies, and the Official Solicitor. ‘The depth of talent means someone is always available’, said one client. The set has particular expertise in health and welfare matters as well as strength in handling property and affairs issues. Recent examples of work include Jenni Richards QC acting for the Clinical Commissioning Group in an ongoing dispute between public bodies over an historic responsibility for funding the provision of services to a severely disabled young person. Elsewhere, Fenella Morris QC advised in a dispute between relatives and a hospital about whether a frail and elderly patient should be moved to palliative care.
Environment Tier 1
Environmental law is a significant element in the work of the planning, environment and property team at 'excellent' 39 Essex Chambers, which is known for its strength in public, commercial and civil liability law. Members of the chambers regularly appear in high-profile cases before the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, and High Court as well as undertaking public inquiry, Crown Court, and Magistrates' Court work. Four members are involved in the judicial review of the government’s decision on a third runway at Heathrow Airport. Amongst those is Stephen Tromans QC, who is challenging the National Policy Statement on air quality, environmental assessment, transport, and other grounds. Richard Wald represented Natural Resources Wales in its objection to a proposed £1.1bn extension to the M4 motorway based on the impact on protected species. 'All the clerks are really helpful and friendly', remarks a client.
'Undoubtedly one of the leaders in the personal injury arena', defendant-oriented set 39 Essex Chambers is 'an ever-growing set with a huge range of experience'. Members 'offer a first-class service at all levels' and have extensive expertise in high-value catastrophic injury cases, fielding a growing caseload for historical abuse claims. Neil Block QC was instructed by the Foreign and Colonial Office in the Kenyan Emergency Group Litigation, the largest and most complex personal injury claim brought against the UK government. Derek O’Sullivan QC is highlighted for acting in high-value, severe injury cases; Sadie Crapper often acts as sole in catastrophic injury claims, such as those involving brain and spinal injuries. Also of note, James Todd QC took silk in 2019.
39 Essex Chambers is 'a very user-friendly set', especially noted for its 'good strength in depth in regulatory and disciplinary work at silk level'. Andrew Tabachnik QC represented the Law Society in the high-profile regulatory investigation into Malik Law Chambers, an immigration law firm, and the its managers, Dr Akbar Ali Malik and Imtiaz Ali, after the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) alleged dishonesty in connection with the business and failure to comply with the SRA Principles 2011; the firm was shut down. Also of note, Fenella Morris QC acted for one of the interveners in Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba's appeal against being struck off the medical register following a conviction for gross negligence manslaughter. Alison Foster QC has become a High Court judge in the Queen’s Bench Division.
'Full of able barristers', 39 Essex Chambers is 'a go-to set for public law matters in the healthcare field', as well as issues across public services and the welfare state. Jenni Richards QC represented a claimant in a High Court case concerning the Universal Credit system of calculating monthly income mismatching with their employers' end-of-month payroll. Kate Grange QC represented various government departments as interested parties in the R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal, a case concerning an "ouster" clause purporting to shield decisions of the IPT from judicial review. Katherine Apps, unled, acts for the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions against a claim brought by an unmarried woman who was turned down for widowed parents' allowance and bereavement payments. Alison Foster QC has been appointed to the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court.
Construction Tier 2
39 Essex Chambers' construction team has 'strength in depth', with members often instructed by governments, contractors and construction professionals in international disputes. Stuart Catchpole QC is lead counsel for Kier Build in Kier Build Limited v Cameron Taylor One Limited, a dispute arising out of the defective design of the car park for a substantial retail complex. Meanwhile, the 'well-respected' Paul Darling QC acted in Blue Manchester v NWGR, a dispute about defects in the cladding of the Hilton Hotel Manchester.
39 Essex Chambers hosts an increasingly deep pool of highly rated and very experienced arbitrators, many of whom have particularly experience in the construction and infrastructure space.
Sport Tier 2
Planning Tier 2
'A leading set for planning', 39 Essex Chambers includes members instructed to assist with all manner of infrastructure and house-building projects. The plans for Heathrow's third runway, and aviation in general, has been a key source of work for the set, with Stephen Tromans QC representing Transport for London and John Steel QC representing Heathrow Hub; Steel also advised Plymouth City Council on the re-opening of its airport. Paul Stinchcombe QC represented New World Payphones in a test case concerning the use of permitted development rights to install what are described as "telephone kiosks", which feature large advertising displays. In the junior ranks, Christiaan Zwart is instructed by the States of Jersey to promote a proposed new hospital in St. Helier. James Strachan QC and Jonathan Darby act for United Utilities in proposals for the first compulsory purchase using section 155 of the Water Industry Act 1991.
39 Essex Chambers is 'one of the leading sets in personal injury work' and it is 'extremely well-regarded for international claims'. Neil Block QC successfully defended the government in Kimathi and others v Foreign and Commonwealth Office, a significant claim brought by 40,000 Kenyans relating to the alleged actions of the British colonial administration in Kenya during the state of emergency in 1952. The travel practice was recently bolstered by the arrival of Michael McParland QC , who joined the set in November 2018 from Quadrant Chambers.
39 Essex Chambers is a 'strong government and claimant practice' with its members using their significant public law expertise to regularly act in judicial review claims on human rights issues. Recent instructions include Nigel Pleming QC acting in Core Issues Trust v Transport for London surrounding the use of advertising space which may cause offence and the right of corporate bodies to control access. Elsewhere, Lisa Giovannetti QC is acting in R (W2 & IA) v SSHD, a SIAC Court of Appeal case regarding the deprivation of British citizenship on the basis of national security reasons, as well as drafting the UK response to the European Court of on Human Rights in Ndidi v UK, a case concerning a deportation matter of an applicant with a history of drug offences. Also of note are Vikram Sachdeva QC for his niche expertise in medical human rights, and James Strachan QC who acted for the government in R (Conway) v Secretary of State for Justice which saw a challenge to the ban on assisted dying following the Supreme Court’s early decision in Nicklinson. Alison Foster QC has joined the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court.
Clinical negligence Tier 3
The 'approachable' 39 Essex Chambers has a 'breadth and depth of expertise' and 'good range of counsel' who cover the full array of clinical negligence claims, from minor injuries to complex litigation involving catastrophic injury and difficult group actions. The assessment of quantum in high-value cases is a particular area of expertise for barristers. James Todd QC represented an NHS Trust in contempt of court proceedings (Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Trust v Atwal), arising out of an £835,000 personal injury claim brought by a disk jockey, which was found to have been exaggerated following social media and surveillance evidence - the claimant was committed to prison for three months. Fiona Paterson joined from Serjeants' Inn Chambers and Samantha Jones joined from 7BR in September 2018.
Costs Tier 3
Well-regarded set 39 Essex Chambers has broad expertise in costs litigation. Among Vikram Sachdeva QC's recent caseload was his work in Jolyon Maugham QC v Uber London Ltd, where he was instructed to obtain a Protective Costs Order against Uber, while Judith Ayling advised on costs issues and likely costs recovery in two high-value personal injury claims.
Data protection Tier 3
39 Essex Chambers stands out for its Freedom of Information Act knowledge through the expertise of Eleanor Grey QC and new silk Rory Dunlop QC. Both regularly act for public sector bodies and governmental departments; Dunlop recently acted for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in Maurizi v ICO & CPS, an appeal relating to the agency's refusal to disclose certain emails between itself and the Swedish Prosecution Authority regarding WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Education Tier 3
39 Essex Chambers is 'a well-known player both in public law and in education specifically'. Its barristers are noted for their 'professional approach', and have experience representing individuals, schools, and local authorities before the First Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal, and higher courts. Rory Dunlop QC, who was appointed silk in 2019, acted for the defendant in Wong v Anglia Ruskin University; the claimant sued for breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation on the basis that her degree is a 'Mickey Mouse' degree. Jennifer Thelen acted for Ofsted in a claim for judicial review by a nursery challenging an Ofsted inspection report.
Energy Tier 3
39 Essex Chambers is 'a fantastic set' and clients remark of the barristers that 'their analysis is in-depth and to the point' and that 'they work hard to come up with practical solutions'. Karim Ghaly QC's recent work includes acting for the world’s largest independent oil producer, a leading oilfield contractor, and one of the largest power generation contractors in the Middle East. The clerks are 'highly efficient – always responsive and a pleasure to work with'.
39 Essex Chambers 'is full of powerful performers' appearing in both the domestic and international courts, including the Special Immigration Appeals Commission and the Court of Justice of the European Union, to handle judicial reviews that challenge removal and detention, control orders, or the immigration rules. In the Supreme Court, Lisa Giovannetti QC acted on behalf of the Secretary of State for the Home Department in a case concerning applications for British citizenship based on false information. Further strengthening chambers, Zane Malik joined the set from 12 Old Square in February 2019.
39 Essex Chambers has some 'outstanding and world-class advocates with a team-focused and goal-oriented approach'. The set has a good balance of barristers with expertise in infrastructure and insurance-related disputes. Adrian Hughes QC is noted for his experience in Asia-based arbitrations.
Inquests and inquiries Tier 3
Health and safety Tier 3
EU Law Tier 3
Competition Tier 3
Commodities Tier 3
Public international law Tier 3
Insurance and reinsurance Tier 3
Aviation Tier 3
Product liability Tier 3
Mediators Tier 3
Employment Tier 4
Social housing Tier 4
Pensions Tier 4
Professional negligence Tier 4
39 Essex Chambers is noted for its 'exceptionally talented' members' professional negligence experience in the construction and engineering fields. In one example, Stuart Catchpole QC and Adam Robb QC appeared in Kier Build Limited v Cameron Taylor One, a claim arising out of the defective design of the car park for a retail complex.
Shipping Tier 5
The ‘ever-growing' 39 Essex Chambers has ‘a good selection’ of ‘outstanding, world-class, user-friendly advocates’ who have ‘a team-focused and goal-oriented approach’. Chambers has a wide range of specialties but it is particularly noted for being ‘one of the market leaders for defendant personal injury’; the ‘top set for Court of Protection work’; ‘great for public law matters’ and professional discipline; and for having ‘an impressive set of international arbitrators’. Since our last guide, Rory Dunlop QC, Victoria Butler-cole QC, James Todd QC, and David Brynmor Thomas QC all took silk in 2019; Michael McParland QC and Zane Malik joined from Quadrant Chambers and 12 Old Square respectively, while Justine Thornton QC and Alison Foster QC have been made High Court judges in the Queen’s Bench Division. Chief executive and director of clerking Lindsay Scott has ‘done a good job’ of growing the set’s Asian business, as chambers now boasts one of the largest stables of Singapore-based barristers; director of Asian Business Rod Noble is well-connected across the region. Back home, the set’s Chancery Lane location is superb, with ‘all the facilities a solicitor could hope for’. Senior clerks Alastair Davidson (‘extremely helpful and efficient’) and Michael Kaplan (‘helpful, diligent, and convivial’) run a ‘five-star’ clerks’ room that is ‘responsive, practical, proactive, and client friendly’; a ‘second to none’ team that is ‘always willing to go the extra mile’ for clients. Deputy senior clerk Andrew Poyser is ‘one of the most reliable clerks’ at the Bar. Senior practice managers Peter Campbell, Jamie Tucker, and Sheraton Doyle are ‘what all clerks should aspire to be’; Ben Sundborg is ‘excellent and provides a high level of service’. Hannah Milne, Harry Airth, and Tom Gibbons are all ‘really friendly, helpful, and provide solicitors with what they need’. Practice manager Nathan Hitchman has joined New Square Chambers. Offices in: London, Manchester, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur
39 Essex Chambers is noted for an outstanding offering in VAT and other indirect tax disputes, drawing as it does on significant experts within the set, including Timothy Lyons QC, who is 'a recognised leader in customs law'. Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho's practice encompasses EU and International Tax, corporate tax, income tax, VAT, customs and environmental taxes. In a recent development, Alison Foster QC has been appointed a High Court judge.
Chambers of Charlie Cory-Wright QC and Richard Harwood QC > Firm Profile
39 Essex Chambers is a long established set with 47 Queen’s Counsel and 87 juniors. With offices in London, Manchester, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, the set offers substantial expertise in almost every aspect of civil liability, commercial, construction and engineering, commercial fraud, financial services, costs and litigation funding, aviation, energy, planning, environmental and property, personal injury and clinical negligence, public, regulatory and disciplinary law, shipping and alternative dispute resolution, both in the UK and worldwide. Members of chambers have wide experience of all courts and tribunals including the Supreme Court, Privy Council, Court of Appeal, the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice, specialist courts, tribunals and planning and other public inquiries, as well as of domestic and international arbitrations. Members have participated in many significant investigations before Parliamentary Select Committees and 23 members are on the Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel instructed on behalf of the Crown. Members also undertake pro bono work for public interest organisations.
Administrative and public: judicial review and public law, including civil liberties and human rights, education, local authorities, health trusts, mental health, community care, court of protection, housing and housing associations, immigration, VAT and customs and excise.
Aviation and aerospace: leading experts who advise and represent clients on issues across the aviation and aerospace sector in the UK and internationally. This includes: planning and development of airports, heliports and aviation-related infrastructure; environmental; commercial; construction; civil liability and regulatory disputes; advice on compulsory purchase; surface access; noise and emission controls; AAIB inquiries and air accidents; air traffic services; the effects of wind turbines on radar and ATC; lease finance; airport, aircraft, pilot and crew licensing; engineering and management; taxation; aircraft leasing and sales; passenger claims; cases involving UK and foreign governments; ICAO, EASA and the RAA; competition; and European and international law.
Commercial: insurance and reinsurance, commodities and derivatives, funding disputes, banking, mergers and acquisitions, sale and carriage of goods, insolvency, company law, financial services law, professional negligence and professional indemnity work for auditors, legal advisors and international commercial arbitration.
Construction and engineering: litigation and related claims, including professional negligence and indemnity work, from major international ventures to smaller domestic contracts, acting for employers, contractors, subcontractors and professional advisors. Members act as advocates, mediators and arbitrators in the United Kingdom, the EU and worldwide.
Costs: members of chambers appear in every court and tribunal where costs issues arise. Members also carry out advisory work on potential funding arrangements and in drafting cost documentation including CFAs, CCFA and legal expenses insurance policies.
Employment: work for employers and employees, local authorities and central government. An emphasis is on public law-related work, discrimination, restrictive covenants, wrongful dismissal and breach of fiduciary duties.
Energy: a unique capability to cover corporate/commercial, construction, engineering, projects, environmental, planning, public and regulatory work in the electricity, nuclear, oil and gas and renewable sectors.
Entertainment and sports: entertainment and media-related work including performers’ contracts, passing off, breach of confidence, film and management agreements and broadcasting regulation. Sports-related work includes public liability of sports clubs for acts of their players, employer’s liability, disciplinary tribunals, disputes concerning control of clubs, transfer fee disputes, EU free movement and other employment issues.
European: EU law before domestic and EU courts, including competition, discrimination and equality law, public procurement, free movement, state aids and milk quotas.
Human rights: members regularly appear in domestic Human Rights Act cases and also have extensive experience as advocates before the European Court of Human Rights and in courts overseas. Members have appeared in leading cases with a human rights dimension in diverse fields including civil liberties, commercial law, healthcare, housing, immigration, local government, mental health, community care, planning, police and prisoners.
Personal injury and clinical negligence: sea, air and crowd disasters, group actions, industrial disease, sports injuries, injuries of maximum severity, pharmaceuticals, product liability and high profile and complex matters, ranging from sensitive consent-to-treatment cases to those involving serious disability and death.
Planning, environmental and property: compulsory purchase, contaminated land, environmental civil liability, environmental regulation, European law and human rights, health and safety and product liability, insurance, international environmental law, licensing, marine environment, parliamentary and public affairs, planning law, nuisance and rating.
Public inquiries: members of chambers have been instructed in most of the major public inquiries over the past ten years including BSE, the King’s Cross fire and, more recently, the Bristol Royal Infirmary, Victoria Climbie, the Saville inquiry, the Hutton inquiry, Hillsborough, the Leveson Inquiry and the Bristol Review.
Regulatory and disciplinary: appearing in tribunals and hearings, and carrying out advisory work across the entire medical sphere, appearing before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal and in challenges to interventions by the Law Society, social care, education, financial services, broadcasting, communications and the media, sport, transport and health and safety, buildings and housing, local government standards, licensing.
INTERNATIONAL: 39 Essex Chambers has a number of members who have been called to the Bars of various international and offshore jurisdications including California, France, Hong Kong, New South Wales, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago and the British Virgin Islands. Chambers also has experience of acting in disputes in various foreign jurisdictions including Western and Central Europe, Africa, the USA, India, China and Hong Kong SAR, Malaysia, Singapore, the Middle East and the Caribbean.
RECRUITMENT: the set is a member of Pupillage Gateway and also advertises recruitment via its website.
|Chief executive officer and director of clerking||Lindsay Scott|
|Members of Chambers||CORY-WRIGHT QC, Charlie (1984)|
|Members of Chambers||HARWOOD OBE QC, Richard (1993)|
|Members of Chambers||GOLDBLATT QC, Simon (1953)|
|Members of Chambers||TACKABERRY QC, John (1967)|
|Members of Chambers||GLASGOW CBE QC, Edwin (1969)|
|Members of Chambers||ASH QC, Brian (1975)|
|Members of Chambers||PLEMING QC, Nigel (1971)|
|Members of Chambers||STEEL QC, John (1978)|
|Members of Chambers||WILMOT-SMITH QC, Richard (1978)|
|Members of Chambers||SPEARMAN QC, Richard (1977)|
|Members of Chambers||NORRIS QC, William (1974)|
|Members of Chambers||KELLY QC, Matthias (1979)|
|Members of Chambers||DARLING OBE QC, Paul (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||TREVERTON-JONES QC, Gregory (1977)|
|Members of Chambers||BLOCK QC, Neil (1980)|
|Members of Chambers||RODWAY QC, Susan (1981)|
|Members of Chambers||CATCHPOLE QC, Stuart (1987)|
|Members of Chambers||VILLAGE QC, Peter (1983)|
|Members of Chambers||McCAUL QC, Colin (1978)|
|Members of Chambers||LYONS QC, Timothy (1980)|
|Members of Chambers||HUGHES QC, Adrian (1984)|
|Members of Chambers||TROMANS QC, Stephen (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||MANZONI QC, Charles (1988)|
|Members of Chambers||HILL QC, Thomas (1988)|
|Members of Chambers||REES QC, Peter (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||KOVATS QC, Steven (1989)|
|Members of Chambers||GREY QC, Eleanor (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||GIOVANNETTI QC, Lisa (1991)|
|Members of Chambers||RICHARDS QC, Jenni (1991)|
|Members of Chambers||STINCHCOMBE QC, Paul (1985)|
|Members of Chambers||MORRIS QC, Fenella (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||STRACHAN QC, James (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||SMITH QC, Marion (1981)|
|Members of Chambers||SACHDEVA QC, Vikram (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||O'SULLIVAN QC, Derek (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||MCPARLAND QC, Michael (1983)|
|Members of Chambers||TABACHNIK QC, Andrew (1991)|
|Members of Chambers||GRANGE QC, Kate (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||RHEE QC, Deok Joo (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||GHALY QC, Karim (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||PATTERSON QC, Lindy (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||ROBB QC, Adam (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||PATEL QC, Parishil (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||TODD QC, James (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||BRYNMOR THOMAS QC, David (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||DUNLOP QC, Rory (2002)|
|Members of Chambers||BUTLER-COLE QC, Victoria (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||PUGH-SMITH, John (1977)|
|Members of Chambers||JUDGE, John (1977)|
|Members of Chambers||EDWARDS, Simon (1978)|
|Members of Chambers||BATESON, David (arbitrator/ non-barrister)|
|Members of Chambers||BROWN, Geoffrey (1981)|
|Members of Chambers||DU CANN, Christian (1982)|
|Members of Chambers||GOUGH, Karen (1983)|
|Members of Chambers||BELLAMY, Jonathan (1986)|
|Members of Chambers||BRADLY, David (1987)|
|Members of Chambers||MALINTOPPI, Loretta (1987)|
|Members of Chambers||DOHERTY, Bernard (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||COLQUHOUN, Celina|
|Members of Chambers||KEARNEY, Andrew|
|Members of Chambers||FORMBY, Emily (1993)|
|Members of Chambers||FALKOWSKI, Damian (1994)|
|Members of Chambers||SINCLAIR, Duncan (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||FULLWOOD, Adam (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||ZWART, Christiaan (1997)|
|Members of Chambers||WALD, Richard (1997)|
|Members of Chambers||DENIS-SMITH, John (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||AYLING, Judith (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||TRUSCOTT, Caroline (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||CHURCH, Camilla (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||CUMMERSON, Romilly (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||GREANEY, Nicola (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||THOMANN, Colin (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||ALLEN, Neil (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||DAVIES, Sian (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||EDWARDS, Anthony (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||KAPOOR, Shaman|
|Members of Chambers||SCOTT, Katharine (2000)|
|Members of Chambers||CONNORS, Jess (2000)|
|Members of Chambers||MURRAY, Simon|
|Members of Chambers||BURTON, James (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||RUCK KEENE, Alexander (2002)|
|Members of Chambers||STAKER, Christopher (2003)|
|Members of Chambers||OLBOURNE, Ben (2003)|
|Members of Chambers||PATERSON, Fiona (2003)|
|Members of Chambers||BODNAR, Alexandra (2004)|
|Members of Chambers||CRAPPER, Sadie (2004)|
|Members of Chambers||LAZARUS, Robert (2004)|
|Members of Chambers||WENBAN-SMITH, Mungo (2004)|
|Members of Chambers||ALLEN, Caroline (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||HEARNDEN, Alexis (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||TROUP, Rachel|
|Members of Chambers||SAWTELL, David|
|Members of Chambers||TER HAAR, Camilla|
|Members of Chambers||MANT, Peter (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||DEAKIN, Andrew (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||FRASER, Quintin (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||HELME, Ned (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||ANDERSON, Jack (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||STRICKLIN-COUTINHO, Kelly (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||TOWNSEND, Edmund (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||APPS, Katherine (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||PRATT, Ashley|
|Members of Chambers||DRAKE, Rebecca (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||AMRAOUI, Thomas (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||THELEN, Jennifer (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||MALIK, Zane (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||HOLBORN, Jack (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||JACKSON, Philippa (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||BROACH, Steve|
|Members of Chambers||DOBSON, Catherine (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||TANKEL, Benjamin (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||JACOB, Vaughan (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||BROWNHILL, Ian|
|Members of Chambers||HENNESSEY, Patrick (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||GROGAN, Rose (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||RAINEY, Angela (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||McCARTHY, Hannah (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||LEE, Annabel (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||CORKILL, Emma (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||MODHA, Niraj|
|Members of Chambers||STEDMAN JONES, Daniel (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||ABBAS, Samar (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||TABORI, Tom (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||SHIPLEY, Melissa (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||HUTTON, Victoria (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||VORA, Karishma|
|Members of Chambers||DARBY, Jonathan (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||KOHN, Nicola (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||JONES, Samantha (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||BOUKRAA, Adam (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||BOUSFIELD, Sarah (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||SCOTT, Rosie (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||HOPKINS, David (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||STANDING, Michael (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||BARNES, Katherine (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||SULLIVAN, Rachel (2015)|
|Members of Chambers||DAVID, Stephanie (2016)|
|Members of Chambers||BENEDYK, Daniel (2016)|
|Members of Chambers||BRADFORD, James (2016)|
|Members of Chambers||HO, Joe-han (2016)|
|Members of Chambers||KEATING, Ruth (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||THOMAS, Gethin (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||KOZELKO, Daniel (2018)|
|Members of Chambers||HIGGS, Nicholas (2018)|
|Members of Chambers||LANE, Patrick SC (South Africa) (1999)*|
|Members of Chambers||ULLSTEIN QC, Augustus (1970)|
|Members of Chambers||HAYES QC, Paul (2005)*|
|Members of Chambers||BUNNI, Prof Dr Nael G **|
|Members of Chambers||CHAKRABATI CBE, Shami (1994)|
|Members of Chambers||DYSON, Lord John Rt Hon (1968)*|
|Members of Chambers||FINDLAY, Archibald SC (South Africa) (1999)*|
|Members of Chambers||HORTON QC, Matthew (1969)|
|Members of Chambers||HICKEY, Denys (1975)|
|Members of Chambers||HURST LLB MPHIL FCIARB, Peter**|
|Members of Chambers||KEENE ACIArb, Sir David Rt Hon (1964)*|
|Member of Chambers||LIM, Steven (1992)|
|Members of Chambers||MAYHEW, David (2011)*|
|Members of Chambers||MACKAY, Sir Colin (1967)*|
|Members of Chambers||McCLEARY CMG CVO, Boyd**|
|Members of Chambers||PRATLEY, Michelle (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||STERN, Kristina SC (South Africa) (1996)*|
|Members of Chambers||WILLIAMS, Sir Wyn (1974)*|
|*Overseas Members/Door Tenants|
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- London Bar Court of Protection and community care
- London Bar Environment
- London Bar Personal injury, industrial disease and insurance fraud
- London Bar Professional disciplinary and regulatory law
- London Bar Administrative and public law (including local government)
- London Bar Construction
- London Bar International arbitration: arbitrators
- London Bar Sport
- London Bar Planning
- London Bar Travel law (including jurisdictional issues)
- London Bar Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police)
- London Bar Clinical negligence
- London Bar Costs
- London Bar Data protection
- London Bar Education
- London Bar Energy
- London Bar Immigration (including business immigration)
- London Bar International arbitration: counsel
- London Bar Inquests and inquiries
- London Bar Health and safety
- London Bar EU Law
- London Bar Competition
- London Bar Commodities
- London Bar Public international law
- London Bar Insurance and reinsurance
- London Bar Aviation
- London Bar Financial services regulation
- London Bar Product liability
- London Mediators
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- London Bar Pensions
- London Bar Professional negligence
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- Regional Bar Court of Protection and community care
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