Callum Monro Morrison > Chambers of Marcus Taverner QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Marcus Taverner QC
Keating Chambers
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Callum Monro Morrison was called to the Bar in 2018 and became a tenant at Keating Chambers in 2019 following the successful completion of his pupillage.

Callum is developing a broad and busy practice across Chambers’ specialisms, including international and domestic cases, both as sole counsel and as junior counsel in larger teams. During pupillage, Callum’s work encompassed a wide range of practice areas, including construction and engineering, professional negligence, energy and natural resources, marine and off-shore, utilities, procurement and insurance. He has worked on cases involving a variety of standard form contracts, including the JCT, NEC, FIDIC and RIBA forms of appointment, as well as bespoke construction contracts, PFI/PPP and turnkey agreements.

In addition to his involvement in a substantial amount of court work (both assisting others and appearing in his own right), Callum has gained experience of various forms of alternative dispute resolution, including adjudication (contractual and statutory) and arbitration (UNCITRAL and LCIA rules).


Paralegal (Energy & Natural Resources Group) – Reed Smith LLP 2018, Called to the Bar – Inner Temple 2018, Pupil – Keating Chambers 2018-2019, Tenant – Keating Chambers 2019


BA Archaeology & Anthropology – Hertford College, University of Oxford (First Class Honours) 2010-2013, MSc Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology – St Cross College, University of Oxford (Distinction) 2015-2016, Bar Professional Training Course – City Law School (Outstanding in Commercial Law, Civil Advocacy, ADR) 2016-2017


Callum is a keen rock climber, Japanese art enthusiast and record collector/DJ.