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BLACKSTONE HOUSE, TEMPLE
Chambers of Monica Carss-Frisk QC and Anthony Peto QC > The Legal 500 Rankings
Blackstone Chambers 'remains the top chambers for public law' with a roster of 'intellectual heavyweights' instructed by government bodies and claimants. Chief among these is James Eadie QC, who as the Treasury Devil exclusively represents the government in its most high-profile cases: he, Kate Gallafent QC, and Naina Patel represented different government departments in R (P, G and W) v Secretary of State for Justice and Secretary of State for the Home Department, a case which concerned the compatibility of the criminal records disclosure system with the European Convention on Human Rights. In R (Gallaher Group) v Competitions and Markets Authority, Lord David Pannick QC and Hanif Mussa represented the tobacco company, with Jessica Boyd acting for co-claimant The Co-operative Group, in which the Supreme Court rejected the concept that duties of substantive fairness or equal treatment existed. Also of note, Dinah Rose QC and Jason Pobjoy represented the Law Society in its judicial review of the 2017 cuts to criminal legal aid. David Pievsky and David Lowe represented the Home Office in the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants' challenge to the "right to rent" scheme, which mandates private landlords check the immigration status of potential tenants. Nathalie Lieven QC was appointed to the High Court bench in December 2018 with Pushpinder Saini QC set to join the Queen’s Bench Division on 1 October 2019.
When it comes to civil liberties and human rights work Blackstone Chambers has a 'deserved reputation as the best in the business’ with many of its members involved in high-profile and precedent-setting cases. Recent instructions for the 'first-class set' include Michael Fordham QC appearing before the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) to represent clients in Chong & Others v United Kingdom. The case addressed whether there is an obligation under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), or customary international law, to undertake a further inquiry into the 1948 killing of 24 men by British soldiers in Batang Kali, Selangor, now part of Malaysia but at the time part of the British Empire. Elsewhere, Ben Jaffey QC and Thomas de la Mare QC are acting for Privacy International in its challenge to the government's telecommunications interception; 'Treasure Devil' James Eadie QC acted for the defendant. Also of note, Shaheed Fatima QC is heading up the legal panel in the Inquiry on Protecting Children in Conflict and, alongside Hanif Mussa, is acting for mining company Xstrata pertaining to whether the firm can be liable for human rights infringements by a foreign state. 'Distinguished silk' Dinah Rose QC led the legal team challenging Cambridge Analytica over the alleged misuse of personal data belonging to more than 71 million people, while Timothy Otty QC is noted for his expertise on sanctions law. Pushpinder Saini QC will join the High Court's Queen’s Bench Division on 1 October 2019.
Employment Tier 1
'Top-notch set' Blackstone Chambers has 'great strength in depth, from the QCs through to the juniors'. Recent case highlights include Paul Goulding QC representing Dyson Group in proceedings brought against its former chief executive, and for IBM in a High Court claim to enforce a non-compete covenant against a former senior employee. Dinah Rose QC acted for Uber in a seminal gig economy case where the Court of Appeal ruled that Uber drivers are workers, and therefore entitled to the national minimum wage and paid annual leave; the ride-sharing company will challenge the ruling in the Supreme Court. In another case concerning employment status, Jane Mulcahy QC successfully defend UK Sport against claims of unfair dismissal, discrimination, victimisation, and detriment following a protected disclosure by Jessica Varnish, a former Great Britain's women's cycling team member - the tribunal found that funded athletes are not employees or workers.
EU Law Tier 1
Blackstone Chambers' members are often instructed by the UK government, as well as by private claimants, in EU law-related disputes. In one European Commission enforcement case, Kieron Beal QC and Paul Luckhurst represent the UK (the latter doing the advocacy before the Court of Justice of the European Union) concerning the transshipment of aluminium through Anguilla, which the Commission argues is a violation of the "sincere cooperation" principle in Article 4(3) TEU. Thomas de la Mare QC and Jason Pobjoy represented National Iranian Tanker Company before the CJEU in its appeal concerning its subjection to sanctions by the European Union. De la Mare and Lord Keen of Elie QC – a door tenant of the set and the Advocate General for Scotland, represented the British government in the Wightman reference, in which the Luxembourg courts determined that it is permissible for the United Kingdom government withdraw its notice under Article 50 of the TEU, to halt Brexit. Lord David Pannick QC represented the claimant in MB v Secretary of State for the Home Department, which concerned the state pension entitlement of a male-to-female transsexual, who the CJEU found was entitled to retire at the lower age despite the absence of a gender recognition certificate; the claimant, who was married to a woman, under the law at the time would have required a divorce. Pushpinder Saini QC has been appointed a High Court judge.
Blackstone Chambers is a 'go-to set for complex financial services work', where you are 'spoilt for choice' because the 'juniors and QCs are outstanding and have always make time for you'. Recent highlights include R (Holmcroft) v KPMG LLP and others before the Court of Appeal in which seven members were involved, including Javan Herberg QC and Hanif Mussa for KPMG, Ben Jaffey QC for Barclays Bank, (an interested party), and Monica Carss-Frisk QC and Daniel Burgess for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Members also acted for the FCA on the issuance of the Tesco market abuse Final Notice.
Blackstone Chambers is ‘the first port of call for media, entertainment, and sports sector work’ boasting ‘some excellent juniors and industry leading QCs’. The group is known for its trade mark and copyright expertise across the industries. In recent case highlights, Ian Mill QC represented Ed Sheeran, and the co-writers and publishers of the song ‘Shape of You’, in seeking a declaration that the song did not infringe any copyrights of the defendant; while Robert Howe QC and James Segan were instructed to act for the Performing Right Society (PRS) and the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society (MCPS) against the BBC in a case to decide how much the broadcaster must pay annually for its blanket licence to use music in television programmes. Tom Hickman QC took silk in 2019 and Pushpinder Saini QC will join the High Court in October 2019.
Public international law Tier 1
Blackstone Chambers is an 'excellent set' for public international law thanks to its 'array of talent'. In addition to investment treaty and state v state disputes, many of the set's larger public international law cases cross over into related areas such as human rights and state immunity. Highlights in this regard include Certain Underwriters at Lloyds v Syria & Others where Timothy Otty QC and Naina Patel secured a $50m judgment against the Syrian Arab Republic following the terrorist destruction of aircraft.
Sport Tier 1
Blackstone Chambers 'really is the go-to set for sports work'. Kate Gallafent QC and Tom Cleaver represented The FA, a cornerstone client for Gallafent QC, in FIFA disciplinary proceedings concerning Chelsea FC's recruitment of youth players, which raises issue of national football associations' liabilities for actions by clubs. Adam Lewis QC, who represented the club in that matter, also advised World Rugby on issues concerning European qualification to the 2019 Rugby World Cup, after several national teams had points penalties applied for fielding ineligible players. Turning to tennis, Cleaver and Jane Mulcahy QC represented Ilie Năstase in disciplinary proceedings and an appeal following an on-court tirade in a Fed Cup tie directed at both the Great Britain team and the umpire; Năstase's ban was reduced on appeal by eight months.
Commercial litigation Tier 2
Blackstone Chambers is praised for its 'strong expertise across a range of areas', with 'some genuine heavyweight advocates at the more senior end, together with really impressive juniors who will no doubt be stars of the future'. Clients add that the set's 'commitment to pro-bono work is also very impressive', while it also stands out for its combination of expertise in public and civil law. Major recent instructions included Reignwood and Ors v Ni and Ors, where Anthony Peto QC represented Reignwood as part of a team of four members, including Daniel Burgess. Seven members were also involved on the Ingenious Litigation, including Robert Anderson QC and Andrew Hunter QC. Pushpinder Saini QC will join the Queen’s Bench Division on 1 October 2019.
Competition Tier 2
Blackstone Chambers 'deservedly has a very strong reputation in the competition world', with members instructed at the European and national levels on all manner of cartel cases, as well as having expertise in standard essential patent matters. Brian Kennelly QC and Hanif Mussa are instructed for the European Commission in General Court proceedings concerning the fining of Deutsche Bahn and others over €800m for a freight forwarding cartel – Kennelly QC also leads a team representing Scania in litigation concerning the trucks cartel case. In addition, numerous members of chambers had involvements in an arbitration between Queens' Park Rangers and the English Football League concerning the Financial Fair Play rules, including Thomas de la Mare QC as first instance arbitrator, Kieron Beal QC and James Segan for the English Football League, and Lord David Pannick QC for QPR.
Environment Tier 2
Blackstone Chambers handles the full scope of environmental matters, utilising its depth of expertise in public, regulatory, local government, competition, energy, EU, procurement, planning and civil liberties law. 'It is the leading public law set and we would not go anywhere else', remarks one client. Another notes that 'the clerks are professional, quick, helpful and friendly'. In Solar Century v SSECC, Michael Fordham QC appeared in the Court of Appeal on behalf of the claimant over changes to renewables support. For the last three years, Ravi Mehta has been involved in the most high-profile environmental litigation in the UK courts, the ClientEarth proceedings, acting for a leading environmental NGO in high-profile EU law challenges to the UK’s failure to meet air quality standards in London and other major urban areas.
Fraud: civil Tier 2
Blackstone Chambers is 'a great set for fraud work' with a 'good number of counsel with experience, knowledge and understanding', according to solicitors. Members regularly work together, or opposite one another; two silks and three juniors acted on PCP Capital Partners LLP and Anor v Barclays Bank Plc, including Tom Weisselberg QC, Robert Weekes and Shane Sibbel. Sabbagh v Khoury was another highlight instruction, with Anthony Peto QC and Andrew Hunter QC appearing on opposite sides of the dispute.
Blackstone Chambers 'are a very strong set in immigration'. In the Court of Appeal, Michael Fordham QC acted for Calais "Jungle" children claimants regarding their Article 8 rights to enter the UK. In another instruction of note, Jason Pobjoy represents a number of unaccompanied minors challenging the significant and ongoing delay by Home Secretary in determining the claimants' individual asylum claims.
Data protection Tier 3
Blackstone Chambers’ data protection capacity builds on its commercial, public law, and regulatory expertise with key practitioners including Thomas de la Mare QC, James Eadie QC, and Kate Gallafent QC. De la Mare was part of the team which represented the claimants in Privacy International and others v GCHQ, which related to the mass collection of bulk personal datasets and bulk communications data, and Eadie defended in R (Good Law Project and Molly Scott Cato MEP) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union and Her Majesty’s Treasury, a case challenging the government’s refusal to release Brexit impact analysis documents.
Mediators Tier 3
'Showing exceptional mediation skills', Blackstone Chambers’ Charles Flint QC (also at In Place of Strife) regularly mediates commercial disputes, primarily in relation to banking and financial services, and he has mediated a number of substantial financial disputes in the UK and overseas. Other areas of strength are employment, fine art, insurance, professional negligence, public procurement and sports law disputes.
Offshore Tier 3
Blackstone Chambers has a number of members who handle work on key constitutional issues of commercial significance in the British Overseas Territories. Lord David Pannick QC represented the Bermuda Bar Council before the Privy Council – Walkers challenged the Bermudian regulator's decision to refuse it a licence to practice law, citing the requirements for local control of law firms. Elsehwere, Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC advises on the impact of Brexit on the Channel Islands.
Blackstone Chambers' members provide 'solid and pragmatic advice' across a wide spectrum of regulatory matters, according to instructing solicitors; the set's client base includes the General Medical Council, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and the Financial Reporting Council. In one instruction of note, Mark Shaw QC acted for the General Osteopathic Council in a statutory appeal brought by an osteopath against the decision of the Professional Conduct Committee to impose conditions of practice on the appellant's registration, citing alleged undue interference on the part of the panelists.
Public procurement Tier 3
Blackstone Chambers' public law offering includes a range of public procurement expertise. 'Star senior junior' James Segan 'is smashing to work with, very bright and very much in demand'. His work includes advising on large IT outsourcing contracts and disputes around tender processes Also in demand, Hanif Mussa has handled a number of high-profile cases in areas such as transport.
Blackstone Chambers 'offers great talent, and recommendations from the clerks can be trusted with little worry', say instructing solicitors. The set's expertise spans the crossover between complex banking, fraud, and regulatory matters, and it fields an especially strong cadre of experienced silks. Notable highlights include R (Holmcroft) v KPMG LLP and others, in which Javan Herberg QC represented KPMG.
Education Tier 4
Blackstone Chambers is well recognised for public law. In education, its members act for educational institutions and the state. In one highlight, Catherine Callaghan QC acted for the Secretary of State in defending a statutory appeal against a direction under section 128 of the Education and Skills Act 2008 prohibiting a school governor from participating in the management of independent schools; the case arose out of the Trojan horse affair.
Intellectual property Tier 4
Blackstone Chambers attracts praise for its 'astounding breadth of expertise', 'strength in depth', and 'modern approach', and is known for its expertise in copyright, trade mark disputes, particularly in the media and entertainment sector. In a recent highlight Ian Mill QC and Tom Cleaver represented The Racing Partnership and others in a copyright and database rights infringement claim against several defendants, including Sports Information Services Limited, by which Michael Bloch QC was instructed. Bloch QC was also instructed by the easyGroup in several brand protection matters.
Blackstone Chambers is 'particularly strong in the mid and junior level silk bracket, with a number of strong individuals', says a source. The set's barristers are capable of handling a variety of disputes, including BIT claims, across a wide range of sectors. Notable mandates include $650m LCIA shareholder dispute concerning a Caribbean development project, in which Robert Howe QC was one of three members involved. Harish Salve is also known for his strong India-related expertise.
Blackstone Chambers is considered to be ‘the strongest public law set’ and ‘one of the leading sets for telecoms regulatory matters in acting for both Ofcom and telecoms companies’. Recent highlights include James Segan's representation of a telecoms company in challenging a direction by Ofcom, requiring it to refrain from liberalising the regulatory regime for GSM gateways, and Tom Richards' instruction by Telefónica in an appeal against a determination by Ofcom concerning ‘flip-flopping’ of termination rates by H3G and Vodafone. Pushpinder Saini QC (recently appointed to the High Court) was instructed by Ofcom in a judicial review challenge to its Annual Licence Fees, brought by EE, Vodafone.
‘Practically a brand name for quality public lawyers’, Blackstone Chambers remains ‘the top chambers for complex public law’ instructions thanks to its ‘stellar list of counsel’, or as one source said: ‘Almost any high-profile public law case in the courts involves Blackstones.’ This was recently demonstrated in R (Miller) v the Prime Minister and Cherry and ors v Advocate General for Scotland, in which 11 members of chambers acted for various parties before the Supreme Court. The set has ‘some genuine intellectual heavyweight advocates at the more senior end’ together with ‘really impressive juniors who will no doubt be stars of the future’. Clients also find the set an ‘excellent choice’ for sport, media and entertainment, commercial litigation, regulatory enforcement, and competition law matters. ‘They have good strength in depth and there is usually somebody excellent available’ and their ‘commitment to pro bono work is also very impressive’. In the last 12 months, Diya Sen Gupta (current chair of the Employment Law Bar Association) and Tom Hickman were appointed Queen's Counsel in 2019, while Nathalie Lieven QC was appointed a High Court judge in the Family Division in 2018, with Pushpinder Saini QC set to join the Queen’s Bench Division on 1 October 2019, and Hugo Page QC recently moved ENTERPRISE CHAMBERS. The ‘well-run’ clerking team offers a ‘first-rate, top-notch’ service, ‘especially when it comes to commerciality and the ability to establish effective Chinese walls’. Senior clerk Gary Oliver (‘incredibly knowledgeable and well-connected’) leads the ‘brisk, commercial, and approachable’ team with deputy senior clerks Derek Sutton (‘very impressive and you can rely on him to point you in the right direction’) and Adam Sloane (‘a real pleasure to deal with and understands our client's needs’); ‘capable’ clerks Dean Tolman (‘effective and friendly’); Adam Fuschillo (‘takes a sensible and pragmatic approach’); Sophie Floydd (‘efficient and easy to deal with over fees’); Danny Compton (‘highly rated’); and Lewis Walker (‘knows his stuff; is a star’) are all praised by clients. Solicitors also appreciate the ‘extremely hospitable’ front of house staff. Julia Horner is chambers director and Mat Swallow is her deputy. Offices in: London
Blackstone Chambers is 'clearly able to put out strong numbers in some of the biggest cases'. Although representing a significant number of taxpayers, members of chambers also act regularly for HMRC, with a particular focus on VAT cases. Highlights for Sam Grodzinski QC, 'a superstar for public law tax work', include defending Uber in Maugham v Uber, where he is defending a claim seeking a declaration by the High Court as to whether Uber is liable for VAT. He is also acting for the Revenue before the Supreme Court in Zipvit v HMRC in an appeal concerning the right to reclaim embedded input tax, following on from HMRC's success in the Court of Appeal.
Chambers of Monica Carss-Frisk QC and Anthony Peto QC > Firm Profile
Blackstone Chambers is a long-established set, combining formidable strengths in commercial litigation, EU and competition, public international law, administrative public law and human rights and employment, with state-of-the-art facilities and a friendly and open approach to client service.
The set: Chamber’s origins are firmly rooted in commercial law with a particular specialism in the conflict of laws and public international law. Its standing has grown as Chambers has become instrumental in the development of public law. The combination of commercial and public law has proved especially valuable in cases involving City regulation and financial services. It has maintained its leading position in public and international law, while also developing its thriving practices in employment and EU and competition law. Chambers continues to expand through organic growth.
Types of work undertaken: Chamber’s practice breaks down into the following main practice areas:
Commercial: specialisations include international trade; banking; insurance and reinsurance; carriage of goods; conflict of laws; corporate fraud; financial services; restructuring and insolvency; regulatory tribunals; shipping; defamation; professional negligence; company and partnership; licensing; telecommunications; media and entertainment and intellectual property. Chambers also has a formidable reputation as a leading sports law set.
Public law: work includes advising on human rights, judicial review and public inquiries, both for and against public bodies and regulatory authorities, arising from decisions and areas such as: freedom of expression; equality of treatment; immigration; education; environment; social security; housing; planning; public procurement and local government.
Employment law: experience includes everything from pure contract work to sex, race, disability and age discrimination.
EU and competition: with its ever-growing impact on national law, is an integral part of Chambersâ practice.
Mediation: Chambers recognises the increasingly important role that mediation has to play in dispute resolution. Eight members are CEDR-accredited mediators.
Chambers also has a strong tradition of practice in the specialised field of public international law. Several members of chambers are highly experienced in advising in litigation in public international law disputes arising before national and international courts and tribunals.
Blackstone Chambersâ has a significant offshore practice, covering many of the key jurisdictions, and with proven expertise in most facets of commercial litigation including: arbitration, asset tracing and recovery, commercial fraud, conflicts of law, financial products and derivatives, funds, insolvency and restructuring, joint ventures, market abuse, mediation and trusts.
Publications: members of chambers have been involved in many publications. For full details see www.blackstonechambers.com.
|Senior clerk||Gary Oliver|
|Chambers director||Julia Hornor|
|Members of Chambers||CARSS-FRISK QC, Monica (1985)|
|Members of Chambers||PETO QC, Anthony (1985)|
|Members of Chambers||EDWARD KCMG QC, Sir David (1962)|
|Members of Chambers||BRODIE QC, Stanley (1954)|
|Members of Chambers||LORD WOOLF OF BARNES (1955)|
|Members of Chambers||LORD LESTER OF HERNE HILL QC (1963)|
|Members of Chambers||BELOFF QC, Michael (1967)|
|Members of Chambers||DONALDSON QC, David (1968)|
|Members of Chambers||ENGLEHART QC, Robert (1969)|
|Members of Chambers||HUNT QC, David (1969)|
|Members of Chambers||DOHMANN QC, Barbara (1971)|
|Members of Chambers||MENDELSON QC, Maurice (1965)|
|Members of Chambers||HARVIE QC, Jonathan (1973)|
|Members of Chambers||LORD PANNICK QC (1979)|
|Members of Chambers||JOWELL KCMC QC, Sir Jeffrey (1965)|
|Members of Chambers||NATHAN QC, Stephen (1969)|
|Members of Chambers||HOWELL QC, John (1979)|
|Members of Chambers||LORD KEEN OF ELIE QC (1980)|
|Members of Chambers||FLINT QC, Charles (1975)|
|Members of Chambers||BLOCH QC, Michael (1979)|
|Members of Chambers||MILL QC, Ian (1981)|
|Members of Chambers||SALVE SA, Harish (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||GOULDING QC, Paul (1984)|
|Members of Chambers||SHAW QC, Mark (1987)|
|Members of Chambers||ANDERSON QC, Robert (1986)|
|Members of Chambers||ROSE QC, Dinah (1989)|
|Members of Chambers||FORDHAM QC, Michael (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||OTTY QC, Timothy (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||EADIE QC, James (1984)|
|Members of Chambers||HOWE QC, Robert (1988)|
|Members of Chambers||SAINI QC, Pushpinder (1991)|
|Members of Chambers||LEWIS QC, Adam (1985)|
|Members of Chambers||MACLEAN QC, Alan (1993)|
|Members of Chambers||GREEN QC, Andrew (1988)|
|Members of Chambers||HERBERG QC, Javan (1992)|
|Members of Chambers||GRODZINSKI QC, Sam (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||HUNTER QC, Andrew (1993)|
|Members of Chambers||DE LA MARE QC, Thomas (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||BEAL QC, Kieron (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||WEISSELBERG QC, Tom (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||MULCAHY QC, Jane (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||GALLAFENT QC, Kate (1997)|
|Members of Chambers||GLEDHILL QC, Andreas (1992)|
|Members of Chambers||GEORGE QC, Andrew (1997)|
|Members of Chambers||BRIGGS QC, Adrian (1989)|
|Members of Chambers||WHITE QC, Gemma (1994)|
|Member of Chambers||KENNELLY QC, Brian (1999)|
|Member of Chambers||FATIMA QC, Shaheed (2000)|
|Member of Chambers||JAFFEY QC, Ben (1999)|
|Member of Chambers||HARE QC, Ivan (1991)|
|Member of Chambers||CROXFORD QC, Tom (1992)|
|Member of Chambers||CALLAGHAN QC, Catherine (1999)|
|Member of Chambers||DE MARCO QC, Nick (2001)|
|Member of Chambers||SEN GUPTA QC, Diya (2000)|
|Member of Chambers||HICKMAN QC, Tom (2003)|
|Member of Chambers||POLLARD, Joanna (1993)|
|Member of Chambers||COLLIER, Jane (1994)|
|Member of Chambers||DIXON, Emma (1994)|
|Member of Chambers||PALMER, Stephanie (2000)|
|Member of Chambers||POWELL, Leona (2000)|
|Member of Chambers||PIEVSKY, David (2001)|
|Member of Chambers||WINDLE, Victoria (2001)|
|Member of Chambers||VINALL, Mark (2002)|
|Member of Chambers||WILKINSON, Sarah (2003)|
|Member of Chambers||WEEKES, Robert (2003)|
|Member of Chambers||DONNELLY, Catherine (2003)|
|Member of Chambers||SEGAN, James (2004)|
|Member of Chambers||STEELE, Iain (2005)|
|Member of Chambers||PATEL, Naina (2005)|
|Member of Chambers||RICHARDS, Tom (2000)|
|Member of Chambers||BARADON, Adam (2006)|
|Member of Chambers||MCCRUDDEN, Christopher (1996)|
|Member of Chambers||MUSSA, Hanif (2007)|
|Member of Chambers||PRITCHARD, Simon (2007)|
|Member of Chambers||BOYD, Jessica (2007)|
|Member of Chambers||LOWE, David (2008)|
|Member of Chambers||NEILL, Emily (2008)|
|Member of Chambers||HEAD, Peter (2008)|
|Member of Chambers||LUCKHURST, Paul (2008)|
|Member of Chambers||CLEAVER, Tom (2009)|
|Member of Chambers||MOUNTFORD, Tom (2009)|
|Member of Chambers||PARKER, Tim (2017)|
|Member of Chambers||SCOTT, Andrew (2010)|
|Member of Chambers||SIBBEL, Shane (2010)|
|Member of Chambers||CAMPBELL, Fraser (2010)|
|Member of Chambers||MEHTA, Ravi (2010)|
|BURGESS, Daniel (2011)|
|ADAMSON, Harry (2012)|
|POBJOY, Jason (2007)|
|SADLER-FORSTER, Jana (2012)|
|DAVIS, Kerenza (2012)|
|COATES, Tom (2013)|
|KRISHANAN, Eesvan (2013)|
|CASHMAN, Daniel (2013)|
|RATAN, Ajay (2014)|
|ROBERTSON, Flora (2014)|
|ROONEY, Celia (2015)|
|MOLYNEAUX, George (2015)|
|BUCHANAN, Isabel (2015)|
|TROTTER, Andrew (2016)|
|HIGGINS, Hollie (2016)|
|HOWELLS, Dominic (2016) (2016)|
|SIMONSEN, Natasha (2016)|
|LAU, Timothy (2017)|
|JONES, Rachel (2013)|
|CONTE, Carmine (2017)|
|FITT, Warren (2018)|
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Top Tier Set Rankings
- London Bar Administrative and public law (including local government)
- London Bar Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police)
- London Bar Employment
- London Bar EU Law
- London Bar Financial services regulation
- London Bar Media and entertainment (including art and cultural property)
- London Bar Public international law
- London Bar Sport
- London Bar Commercial litigation
- London Bar Competition
- London Bar Environment
- London Bar Fraud: civil
- London Bar Immigration (including business immigration)
- London Bar Data protection
- London Mediators
- London Bar Offshore
- London Bar Professional disciplinary and regulatory law
- London Bar Public procurement
- London Bar Banking and finance (including consumer credit)
- London Bar Education
- London Bar Intellectual property
- London Bar International arbitration: counsel
- London Bar IT and telecoms
- London Bar Set overviews: England and Wales
- London Bar Tax: corporate and VAT/indirect tax