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London Bar > Employment Tier 1
Littleton Chambers is 'the pre-eminent employment set'. Gavin Mansfield QC represented the claimant in Rutnam v Home Office, a major whistleblowing case involving the constructive dismissal of the former Permanent Secretary of the Home Office and allegations of bullying by the Home Secretary Priti Patel. David Reade QC, Niran de Silva QC (who took silk in 2021 alongside Carol Davis QC) and rising star Georgina Leadbetter successfully represented the charity in Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake, a Supreme Court case concerning the application of the National Minimum Wage to sleep-in shifts; if the claimants were successful the case would have created back pay liabilities of £400m across the care sector. Former head of chambers, Naomi Ellenbogen QC, joined the High Court Bench in November 2020.
‘We regularly instruct members of Littleton Chambers, from the QCs to the juniors -they have real strength in depth. They are the pre-eminent employment set – due to the breadth of expertise, they are able to cover almost all types of cases.‘
‘Littleton is of course noted for its strength and depth in employment law. All its members, silks, senior juniors and junior juniors are equally accommodating, and they are fast and responsive.‘
‘We only use Littleton and this is down to the quality of the service we receive. There is always someone available who can help, and the quality of the employment team is second to none.‘
‘I have always found Littleton to offer the highest possible quality across the board. They are always my first (and last) port of call.‘
‘A very good team with many good people to choose from.‘
‘All of the clerks I have dealt with have been excellent – highly responsive and understanding of our needs in respect of particular cases. They have been really good at identifying alternatives where a first choice might not be available – head and shoulders above other employment sets, it makes going back to them an easy decision.‘
Littleton Chambers continues to impress in high-stakes litigation and arbitration in the partnership space, sitting in parallel with the set's notable employment strength. Head of chambers Gavin Mansfield QC’s diverse practice is deployed on senior partner exits and lateral move disputes, whereas Jonathan Cohen QC represents international professional services firms in sensitive misconduct claims carrying significant reputational risk. Sophia Berry is a junior with a growing reputation, including in regards to whistleblowing claims. On the company law side, David Lascelles specialises in shareholder, boardroom and M&A disputes.
Littleton Chambers is a fantastic set for partnership and employment matters. From the most senior to junior barristers they are our go-to set for our contentious matters; we always know we will find an interested and experienced barrister, even at the last minute.
The set is very user friendly and has excellent available support from juniors when required.
They are top of their game and a pleasure to work with.
‘Littleton are fast becoming one of our favourite chambers for their specialism in litigation with a company element.‘
One of the top sets for employment and LLP work.
Fantastic clerk support and can always find us the right barrister.
London Bar > Sport Tier 3
An ‘excellent team for sports’, Littleton Chambers places a high degree of emphasis on sporting investigations and reviews in addition to contentious financial, disciplinary and regulatory issues. Members are particularly active in terms of footballing matters, often appearing before FIFA, UEFA, FA, Premier League and EFL arbitrations, though are also adept in rugby, cricket, tennis, motorsport and Olympic sports. At silk level, Paul Gilroy QC recently provided representation in two high-profile EFL disputes, namely Richard Keogh v Derby County FC and Barnsley FC v Stoke City FC; the former concerned a claim of wrongful dismissal in respect of a footballer while the latter pertained to allegations of a breach of contract and confidentiality in respect of a player transfer. Also reputed for its ‘excellent juniors’, Lydia Banerjee and David Reade QC appeared in Varnish v British Cycling, a claim of sex discrimination and unfair dismissal centering around issues of if funded Olympic athletes are considered workers or employees of their relevant governing body.
‘Littleton offers deep technical experience and value for money for top tier legal advice. My go-to set for sporting-related employment affairs.’
‘We have also accessed wider support from Littleton Chambers, particularly around selection and appeals procedures for sports teams and competitions. Again, we have experienced a diligent attention to detail and good response times.’
‘Littleton, as a set in the sport sector which has very good strength in-depth. In addition to more experienced operators, there are some very capable juniors coming through.’
‘The sports team at Littleton has the market sewn up with John Mehrzad and Paul Gilroy. They also have an excellent team of juniors.’
‘An excellent sports team which includes the brilliant John Mehrzad QC.’
‘An excellent service by Ian Smethurst and the team.’
Littleton Chambers has 'a significant number of excellent counsel' at senior and junior level with strong expertise in commercial litigation and civil fraud claims. The set's traditional strengths in employment law provide an extra twist to its broader offering, making it an increasingly popular alternative to some of the more established commercial litigation sets. Senior silks such as Charles Samek QC are regularly sought out for major banking and commercial disputes, such as Deposit Guarantee Fund of Ukraine and JSC Finance & Credit Bank v Zhevago and others. Junior silks such as Jonathan Cohen QC are rapidly making a name for themselves and represented footballer Lionel Messi in Olswang LLP v Messi, which concerns the enforcement of a judgment for unpaid legal fees. Other key members include Russian speaker Rupert D’Cruz QC, who took silk in 2021, and highly rated junior David Lascelles.
‘Littleton is an extremely well-structured chamberd with a lot of experts in multiple areas of the field.’
‘Littleton Chambers is one of my main chambers of choice, I have instructed a number of barristers from Littleton over the years and have always been impressed with the quality of the barristers and their client friendly approach. ‘
‘The set has developed considerable expertise at all levels in commercial and civil fraud work, and they are earning a well-deserved reputation in these fields.’
‘Our experience of the set as a whole has been extremely positive – strength in depth is excellent on the sports side for example and Littleton have been flexible and responsive when we have had potential instructions and/or queries; Very impressed.’
‘A good all round set. They have become one of my “go to” Chambers for commercial litigation work, especially anything with an employment dimension.’
‘Dan Woodbridge is responsive and goes above and beyond the call of duty and unlike some is very willing to adopt sensible commercial and practical approaches to instructions.’
Littleton Chambers > Set Profile
The set: Littleton is a leading employment and commercial chambers. The set’s highly regarded team of 50 barristers includes 15 silks, all of whom provide exceptional advice and advocacy to its clients.
Work undertaken: Littleton members’ practices cover a wide spectrum of work in a number of jurisdictions, including: employment law; business protection (both statutory and High Court); commercial law, incorporating fraud, insolvency, financial services, banking, commercial contracts, share and business sale agreements, shareholder disputes, company and partnership law, disciplinary and regulatory; sports law; injunctions; and mediation and arbitration, civil investigations, international and offshore disputes.
Recruitment: Members of Chambers fund two pupils per year. Chambers are members of the Pupillage Gateway. Placing value not only on the skills of its tenants as advocates and lawyers, but also on their practical and friendly approach, Littleton aims to take on pupils who, in addition to an excellent academic record, show a flair for advocacy and have the strong interpersonal skills necessary to succeed at the modern day Bar. We are proud to support underrepresented groups in their applications to the Bar through our collaborations with Rare, the Bar Council e-mentoring scheme, the Bar Placement Scheme, 10,000 Black Interns, Bridging the Bar and our own Inspire Sports Law Initiative.
For more detailed CVs and information about members, news, comments, case reports, webinars, podcasts and contributions to publications, please visit www.littletonchambers.com.
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|Grahame Anderson||Grahame is an expert trial and appellate advocate in employment and equalities…||View Profile|
|Charlene Ashiru (nee Hawkins)||Charlene has extensive experience of all aspects of statutory and contractual employment…||View Profile|
|Bianca Balmelli||Bianca joined Littleton in October 2019 on completion of her pupillage. She…||View Profile|
|Lydia Banerjee||Lydia practises in commercial law, sports law and employment law. In the…||View Profile|
|Sophia Berry||Sophia has also been instructed on injunction applications in the High Court…||View Profile|
|James Bickford Smith||Commercial, Commercial Chancery, Partnership & Employment law. In particular: 1) international commercial…||View Profile|
|Selwyn Bloch||Selwyn Bloch QC is a leading Silk, specialising in business protection (in…||View Profile|
|Lucy Bone||Employment and commercial law specialist with substantial experience in complex and high…||View Profile|
|John Bowers||Barrister specialising in employment law (individual and collective); discrimination law; pensions law…||View Profile|
|Joseph Bryan||Ranked as a rising star (tier 1) in employment law (The Legal…||View Profile|
|Jonathan Cohen||A QC at just 38 years old, Jonathan Cohen has built his…||View Profile|
|Ashley Cukier||Barrister specialising in commercial work, particularly general commercial litigation, arbitration, insolvency, company,…||View Profile|
|Rupert D’Cruz||Barrister specialising in corporate and shareholder disputes; banking and finance; fraud and…||View Profile|
|Rupert D’Cruz||Barrister specialising in corporate and shareholder disputes; banking and finance; fraud and…||View Profile|
|Charlotte Davies||Charlotte specialises in employment law and commercial litigation. Her employment practice includes…||View Profile|
|Carol Davis||With a strong practice covering every area of employment law, Carol has…||View Profile|
|Matthieu De Boisséson||Door tenant at Littleton Chambers and partner at Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier;…||View Profile|
|Niran De Silva||Employment law: all contentious and non-contentious employment matters, in particular in the…||View Profile|
|Marc Delehanty||Marc represents corporate entities and individuals in civil fraud and asset recovery…||View Profile|
|Martin Fodder||Principal area of practice is employment, all areas including wrongful dismissal/unfair dismissal,…||View Profile|
|Alex Francis||View Profile|
|Paul Gilroy||Paul Gilroy QC has acted for a stellar list of clients, including…||View Profile|
|Nicholas Goodfellow||Nick specialises in commercial litigation, and is regularly instructed in high-value, complex…||View Profile|
|Ben Gray||Benjamin is an employment, public and commercial law practitioner. He acts for…||View Profile|
|James Green||Barrister||View Profile|
|Douglas David Hacking||Commercial arbitration; extensive experience in litigation and arbitration for 40 years, latterly…||View Profile|
|Alexander Halban||Alexander specialises in commercial dispute resolution, civil fraud and asset tracing, and…||View Profile|
|Mark Humphreys||Barrister specialising in employment and discrimination matters.||View Profile|
|Edward Kemp||Ed is a trial and appellate lawyer specialising in employment law, discrimination…||View Profile|
|David Lascelles||David specialises in litigation arising from high-value commercial contracts, the sale of…||View Profile|
|Georgina Leadbetter||Georgina specialises in tribunal and High Court litigation arising out of the…||View Profile|
|Jeremy Lewis QC||View Profile|
|Andrew Maguire||Barrister||View Profile|
|Gavin Mansfield||Head of Littleton Chambers. Practice covers employment and discrimination law, partnership disputes…||View Profile|
|Dale Martin||Dale Martin QC is one of the UK’s leading specialists in employment…||View Profile|
|Anirudh Mathur||Anirudh has a broad practice across commercial, employment and discrimination, sports, international…||View Profile|
|John Mehrzad||View Profile|
|Sam Neaman||Employment lawyer ‘with a strong commercial leaning’. ‘A real fighter’, best known…||View Profile|
|Daniel Northall||Daniel is an advocate and adviser in his core practice areas of…||View Profile|
|Martin Palmer||Transferred to the Bar after nine years practising as a solicitor, latterly…||View Profile|
|Richard M Perkoff||Barrister specialising in general commercial and company law, arbitration and conflict of…||View Profile|
|Chris Quinn||High Court, Employment Tribunal and Arbitration: Employment, Commercial, Data Protection/ GDPR, Partnership/…||View Profile|
|David Reade||Employment: all areas of both contentious and non-contentious employment law (including EU…||View Profile|
|Alexander Robson||Employment and commercial. Employment: High Court claims relating to contractual duties, employee…||View Profile|
|Mauro Rubino-Sammartano||Associate member.||View Profile|
|Charles Samek||Charles Samek is a renowned QC specializing in the fields of general…||View Profile|
|Stuart Sanders||Commercial and employment law barrister||View Profile|
|Antony Sendall||Employment law: all aspects including TUPE, discrimination, whistleblowing, equal pay, working time,…||View Profile|
|Mohinderpal Sethi||Barrister specialising in domestic and cross-border company/commercial, employment, partnership and arbitration. Substantial…||View Profile|
|Matthew Sheridan||Matthew’s practice is heavily focused on business competition disputes in the High…||View Profile|
|Ming-Yee Shiu||Ming-Yee Shiu specialises in commercial litigation, civil fraud, company and employment law,…||View Profile|
|Nicholas Siddall||Specialises in employment and industrial relations law. His practice includes significant employment…||View Profile|
|Adam Solomon||Barrister. Practice covers employment law, discrimination, commercial law, public law and human…||View Profile|
|Daniel Tatton-Brown||Barrister specialising in employment, commercial contract law and professional negligence. Notable cases…||View Profile|
|Peter Trepte||Barrister dealing with national and international public procurement, including development work for…||View Profile|
|Kieran Wilson||Kieran is an employment and equality law specialist. His practice covers the…||View Profile|
|James Wynne||James’ practice covers employment law in both Employment Tribunals and High Court,…||View Profile|
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Littleton Chambers is committed to principles of equality, diversity and social mobility in our provision of legal services, our recruitment and in our internal management of both staff and members.
Our equality and diversity policies have been developed in accordance with The Bar Standards Equality and Diversity code and we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of equal opportunities best practice. Our Chambers policies include the following: maternity, paternity, and flexible working; equal opportunities, diversity, and harassment; anti-harassment; and reasonable adjustments. We have a dedicated Equality and Diversity Committee who oversee our initiatives and seek new opportunities for us to promote access to the Bar.
Littleton is easily accessible for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues. Our reception area and conferencing facilities can be accessed from street level by an automatic door and lift. Most of our accommodation for tenants is accessible via an internal lift. Chambers also has a dedicated disabled parking space directly outside its main entrance.
Our recent diversity data shows the variety of individuals we have in Chambers: of those who have attended university, 35% were first generation attendees; over 10% are from BAME backgrounds; and 46% of those who attended school in the UK went to a state school. We support the Bar Council’s “Women in Law” pledge and are committed to greater equality across the profession.
Chambers is keen to promote access to the Bar. We will always try to accommodate requests for information and will consider un-assessed mini pupillages from those of less advantaged backgrounds who want to gain an understanding of the Bar, if these form part of our organised initiatives. Our barristers are committed to supporting schemes such as mentoring, visits to schools and sponsoring Bar schools with a higher representation of BAME and underrepresented students. Chambers is proud to participate in the Bar Placement Scheme and some of our members support the Bar Council e-mentoring scheme to aid those seeking to enter the profession who require assistance. Candidates for pupillage and recruitment are assessed solely on grounds of merit and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds and sectors of the community.
Littleton is one of the first few Chambers to work in conjunction with Rare, whose contextualised recruitment system is used by us to review applicants for pupillage in respect of a candidate’s social economic background. Such initiatives are all part of our commitment to improve diversity at the Bar in the longer term and to ensure it is more reflective of the society we live in. We understand that not every candidate’s achievements look the same on paper. At Littleton, our aim is to recruit the best people from every background.
CLIENT: Nick Ralph
COMPANY/FIRM: Kingsley Napley
TESTIMONIAL: I have been working with Littleton Chambers for over 20 years. I continue to be impressed by the level of service and willingness to go the extra mile. There are some very good barristers at Littleton – “horses for all courses” whether it’s tough advocacy or advice that you feel is the highest authority on a point. In lockdown, Chambers have been very good at providing online training. But I am looking forward to restrictions being lifted and being able to attend one of Littleton’s very enjoyable learning/networking events in person.
CLIENT: Elizabeth Lang
COMPANY/FIRM: Bird & Bird
TESTIMONIAL: Littleton Chambers is my first port of call when I need counsel. The clerks are efficient and very helpful in getting us the right support. Many of the barristers are well known to us and provide excellent support at all levels, from the most complex issues to more straightforward cases and we very often work as a team from an early stage. They are always willing to support us by collaborating in client events such as mock injunctions and debates and we are often offered training in difficult legal matters which is highly appreciated.
CLIENT: Hamish Cameron Blackie
COMPANY/FIRM: GBH Law Limited
TESTIMONIAL: Littleton Chambers should be regarded as the best, friendliest, client focussed, solicitor focussed, chambers undertaking civil, and particularly employment, work in London. Led by example by Jason Drakeford, the clerking team is communicative, ever-helpful and obliging. They understand what busy solicitors require. The clerks’ excellence and approach to work is matched by the personality and expertise of the barristers they serve. At the lower end, the barristers are keen to impress without any display of arrogance. At the upper end, they are all acknowledged experts, confident, but charming to deal with. Couldn’t be bettered.
CLIENT: Catriona Watt
COMPANY/FIRM: Fox & Partners
TESTIMONIAL: Littleton Chambers is our “go to” Chambers for employment work, particularly business protection and senior level employment and partnership disputes. From the first point of contact with the clerks, we consistently receive responsive, prompt and specialist service tailored to the particular needs of the matter. The clerks are always interested in finding the right barrister at the appropriate level with the particular specialism for the job. Across the board, the barristers we instruct at Littleton feel like an extension of our team and understand the requirements of our clients which is often specialist, nuanced, sensitive and time critical advice. They make themselves available when we need them and give top notch advice and service every time.
CLIENT: Clare Murray and Sarah Chilton
COMPANY/FIRM: CM Murray
TESTIMONIAL: Littleton are our first choice for all matters with complex employment and partnership law aspects. They have a unique crossover expertise and commercial understanding in both areas, with an extremely collaborative and down-to-earth approach.
We regularly work with Jonathan Cohen QC, Gavin Mansfield QC, David Reade QC, Selwyn Bloch QC and Mohinderpal Sethi QC, Ming-Yee Shiu, Charlotte Davies, Nicholas Goodfellow, Grahame Anderson and James Green. They are consistently superb at all levels.
The Littleton clerks go out of their way to meet the needs of our clients and firm. They are proactive and responsive, ensuring that we are fully supported at all times.
Top Tier Set Rankings
- Company and partnership
- Northern Circuit > Employment
- Fraud: civil
- Professional disciplinary and regulatory law
- Banking and finance (including consumer credit)
- International arbitration: counsel
- Financial services regulation
- Middle East: The English Bar > Commercial