Lucy McCormick > Chambers of Charles Gibson QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Chambers of Charles Gibson QC Offices
2 HARCOURT BUILDINGS, TEMPLE
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Commercial; Insurance and Property Damage; Personal Injury, Health & Safety, Inquests; Product Liability and Group Actions; Property; Technology
Lucy specialises in commercial dispute resolution, with expertise across a range of industry sectors.
Called to the Bar by Middle Temple (2008); Judicial Assistant to Mummery LJ, Royal Courts of Justice (2008); Intern to the Financial Markets Law Committee, Bank of England (2009); Secondment to HSBC to assist with the FCA’s Interest Rate Hedging Product Review (2014); Attorney General’s ‘C’ Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown (2016-present); Middle Temple Advocacy Trainer (2017-present);
British Insurance Law Association (BILA); Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR); Health and Safety Lawyers’ Association (HSLA); Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA); Property Bar Association (PBA); Society for Computers and Law (SCL).
Modern History, Somerville College Oxford (First class) (2003-6); Graduate Diploma in Law, Oxford Brookes (2006-7); Bar Vocational Course, ICSL (2007-8). Awards and scholarships include: Coombs Exhibition, Somerville College, Oxford (2003), Mary Somerville Prize, Somerville College, Oxford (2006); Eugene Lee Hamilton Prize, Oxford (2006); Queen Mother’s Scholarship (CPE), Middle Temple (2006); Queen Mother’s Scholarship (BVC), Middle Temple (2007).
Wine tasting; boxing.
London Bar > Property litigationWithin: Leading Juniors -
Henderson Chambers is a ‘good set, with considerable strength in property related-law’, according to clients. Chambers’ members are active on both the domestic and commercial property fronts with experience in property damage, right to light, co-ownership, trusts of land, environmental, and landlord and tenant disputes. Lucy McCormick recently acted on Radiosites Ltd v O’Connor, a dispute over a telecommunications tower which resulted in an application or an injunction to obtain access.