James Wibberley > Chambers of Anna Vigars QC > Bristol, England > Lawyer Profile
Guildhall Chambers Offices
23 BROAD STREET
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Employment and discrimination; commercial: professional negligence and indemnity; costs litigation funding; technology and construction.
James is a commercial and employment barrister, with experience of dealing with a wide range of disputes within the County Court, High Court and Employment Tribunal. He has a particular interest is cases that throw up novel or complex points of law and regularly deals with cases that straddle the divisions between his main practice areas. James was appointed to the Attorney General’s Regional Panel of Counsel in 2012.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1
Guildhall Chambers‘ commercial litigation team ‘provides strength in depth from top to bottom‘, and ‘the advice of its members is always strong and commercially driven‘. Recent instructions include practice head Hugh Sims QC leading Jay Jagasia in MDW Holdings Ltd v Norvill & Norvill & Norvill, involving a claim regarding alleged breaches under a sale and purchase agreement concerning the sale of a drain-clearing business in 2015. James Wibberley is ‘bright and effective, and strikes the right manner with the judge‘; he regularly appears before the High Court in a broad range of contentious commercial work. Consumer credit and financial services specialist Lucy Walker is ‘acutely aware of her strategy and tenacious in its pursuit‘. The ‘very responsive‘ John Churchill stands out as ‘a future star of the bar in the making‘.
James Wibberley – Guildhall Chambers ‘ James is approachable and meticulous. He is great at diving down into the detail but then presenting his decisive and direct advice in a concise, client-friendly manner. Insightful and good at thinking outside the box. ’(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1