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Radcliffe Chambers
11 NEW SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
LONDON
WC2A 3QB
England

London Bar > Charities Tier 1

Radcliffe Chambers has a stellar reputation for its charity law expertise. In a prominent case highlight, Robert Pearce QC appeared for the defendant before the High Court in the high-profile case Attorney General v  Zedra  Fiduciary Services (UK) Ltd , involving the National Fund, a charity set up by an anonymous donor in 1928 with the aim of investing the income of the fund for the purpose of paying off the National Debt in full. The main issue of the case was that the donor's heirs claimed the fund's trust was invalid, however the High Court ruled that the fund was held on a valid charitable trust. Kate Selway QC's expertise in this area includes advising charities on charitable status, charity land and the validity of charitable bequests. Charity law specialist Francesca Quint is 'just the best - straightforward, practical and extremely responsive'.

Leading Silks

Robert Pearce QC - Radcliffe ChambersRobert has admirable knowledge of charities law, and an acute sense of the right approach to take with the court in difficult situations. A widely respected and highly persuasive advocate.
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 3
Thomas Dumont QC - Radcliffe ChambersThomas is an intuitive silk, who can read a room very well and find the right strategy for the client.
Ranked: Tier 3

2020 Silks

Kate Selway QC - Radcliffe ChambersA silk with strong academic knowledge.

Leading Juniors

Francesca Quint - Radcliffe ChambersShe is a tour de force in the charities sector.
Ranked: Tier 1
Joshua Winfield - Radcliffe ChambersAn extremely bright junior who gets to the heart of the issue.
Ranked: Tier 2
Piers Feltham - Radcliffe ChambersPiers has meticulous attention to detail and outstanding intellectual ability.
Ranked: Tier 3
Josh Lewison - Radcliffe ChambersHe is responsive, thorough and easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 3

Testimonials

Set

Chambers of real quality.

‘Radcliffe Chambers is the go-to chambers for our firm due to its charity and trusts expertise.’

Good breadth of expertise in charity law.’

‘A very strong Charities set.’

A very strong all round set, with leading practitioners in the charities field (and other practice areas).’

Clerking

The clerks were very supportive.

London Bar > Private client: trusts and probate Tier 2

Radcliffe Chambers has’ strength in depth across all levels of experience in the contentious trust sector.’ In a high-profile matter Robert Pearce QC was instructed by the trustee of The National Fund, a charity set up by an anonymous donor in 1928 aiming to repay the national debt in full in the virtually impossible event it becomes able to do so, in Attorney General v Zedra Fiduciary Services (UK) Ltd : the Attorney General has applied to the court for the funds to be released to the National Debt Commissioners and the trustee argues that the fund should be applied for charitable purposes, and donor's heirs argue that the trust was invalid.

Rising stars

Sophia Rogers - Radcliffe ChambersSophia is brilliant with clients and thorough in her written advice. Sophia is wise beyond her years and fights hard for her clients.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Silks

Robert Pearce QC - Radcliffe ChambersExtremely calm under pressure; great attention to detail; deeply analytical.
Ranked: Tier 2

2020 Silks

Kate Selway QC - Radcliffe ChambersA high level of in-depth knowledge presented in a straightforward and comprehensible manner for both instructing solicitors and their clients. Approachable and empathetic.

Leading Juniors

Piers Feltham - Radcliffe ChambersHe is a brilliant advocate who he fights very hard for his clients.
Ranked: Tier 1
Daniel Burton - Radcliffe ChambersA really superb junior - excellent legal brain, savvy, with great commercial awareness. Definitely one to watch.
Ranked: Tier 2
Katherine McQuail - Radcliffe ChambersKatherine is extremely hardworking and tenacious. She is very good to deal with, always available and willing to go the extra mile. She is tremendous with clients, particularly vulnerable ones, and builds rapport quickly. Always one to provide solid practical advice throughout the course of a dispute.
Ranked: Tier 3
William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersExcellent level of technical knowledgeable and an eye for the detail. Sets out advice clearly and concisely. Very good on tactical considerations throughout.
Ranked: Tier 3
Marcus Flavin - Radcliffe ChambersHe has subtle but clever cross-examination skills. Marcus digests and retains large volume of information well.
Ranked: Tier 4
Edward Hicks - Radcliffe ChambersEdward has a forensic eye for detail able to review complex matters and distil the key details for both lay clients and the Court. He is excellent in getting into a judge's mind, assessing a claim dispassionately with unerring accuracy.
Ranked: Tier 4
Charles Holbech - Radcliffe ChambersCharles is excellent at quickly identifying the issues and advising on the law. He is excellent in his technical knowledge but is also able to explain it in a way which is easily able to be understood by the beneficiaries. He is always approachable and helpful.
Ranked: Tier 4
Justin Holmes - Radcliffe ChambersJustin presents well to clients in conference, has complete mastery of the jurisdiction and understanding of the issues that need to be brought to bear in order to win a case and is good in front of both masters and High Court judges.
Ranked: Tier 4
Roger Mullis - Radcliffe ChambersRoger has a brilliant mind. Combine this with his experience of trust and tax matters means that he is able to analyse and identify the practical solutions available. Roger can simplify very complicated matters.
Ranked: Tier 4

Testimonials

Set

‘All the counsel that I have used from the set have always been excellent, and I regard this as one of the best sets of chambers for Trust and Probate disputes. Availability of counsel is good. Its training programme is good.

Radcliffe Chambers is a market-leading set with a long-standing reputation for outstanding service. ‘

‘Excellent chambers, friendly, efficient, approachable and professional. Whilst counsel are busy, they will always try to accommodate our needs, and will help identify counsel suitable for the case. The Chambers run excellent training programmes and its YouTube channel is particularly useful, meaning you can view the programmes out of hours.

‘Radcliffe Chambers is my go-to set for Contentious Probate mattes. Its counsel are down to earth, approachable and compassionate. There is always someone available to help, and everyone goes to extra mile to do so. ‘#

Radcliffe Chambers is a very strong set, with a number of leading contentious trust and probate litigators. They all share an innate ability to work collaboratively with instructing solicitors to get the best results for the client. It has excellent counsel at all levels and regularly offers first rate training and seminars.

Clerking

‘I have always found the service and clerks to be excellent too, and they were recently particularly helpful when we had a last minute instructions on a matter with an imminent court hearing.

London Bar > Court of Protection and community care Tier 3

Radcliffe Chambers is a ‘very good set, with stars throughout'. Its Court of Protection practice spans property and affairs matters as well as personal welfare issues, for example choice of residence and capacity to marry. The team is well versed in assisting with granting authority to attorneys and deputies in order to conduct litigation, as well as making statutory wills. Justin Holmes and Katherine McQuail are regularly sought after by the Official Solicitor for their expertise in this area, and Piers Feltham is noted for his experience in handling issues surrounding the validity of Lasting Powers of Attorney, as well as disputes over statutory wills.

Leading Juniors

Justin Holmes - Radcliffe ChambersJustin is always prompt and efficient, with excellent knowledge of Court of Protection matters. He also has the ability to put anxious clients at ease.
Ranked: Tier 1
Piers Feltham - Radcliffe ChambersPiers combines a bespoke Court of Protection property and affairs practice with excellent Chancery knowledge.
Ranked: Tier 2
Katherine McQuail - Radcliffe ChambersKatherine is extremely hard working and tenacious. She is tremendous with clients, particularly vulnerable ones, and builds rapport quickly.
Ranked: Tier 3

Testimonials

Set

‘Radcliffe Chambers is a very strong set.’

It has excellent counsel at all levels.’

‘A go-to set for this work.’

Clerking

The whole clerking team is strong and always very helpful. If your chosen barrister is unavailable, they always find a suitable replacement. John Clark is exceptional.’

‘Well-staffed clerks room.

London Bar > Insolvency Tier 3

Radcliffe Chambers has a strong presence in insolvency related work, with 2020 silk Christopher Boardman QC and a host of juniors of varying experience featuring in some of the markets significant cases in 2020. Catherine Doran and Christopher Buckley both represented five former trustees of Kids Company against the official receiver. Christopher Boardman QC's recent caseload has included two complex disputes in the medical sector, and deputy insolvency and companies court judge Tina Kyriakides acted as sole counsel in a number of High Court cases.

Rising stars

Katie LongstaffRadcliffe ChambersKatie is pragmatic, responsive, technical and commercial – she is a first choice.
Ranked: Tier 1

2020 Silks

Christopher Boardman QC - Radcliffe ChambersSimply excellent, he really gets his arms around a matter and takes it forward with real passion and vigour.

Leading Juniors

Adam Deacock - Radcliffe ChambersA forceful and firm advocate who is a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tina Kyriakides - Radcliffe ChambersTina has a wealth of knowledge on insolvency issues and is very responsive.
Ranked: Tier 2
Reuben Comiskey - Radcliffe ChambersThinks on his feet outstandingly well and deals easily with curveballs thrown by both judges and opponents.
Ranked: Tier 3
Dawn McCambley - Radcliffe ChambersAn incredibly intelligent and tenacious advocate, she fights hard for the client but is always conscious of the commercial realities of the case.
Ranked: Tier 3
Martin Ouwehand - Radcliffe ChambersMartin provides clear, practically-minded advice and is very easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 4
Christopher Buckley - Radcliffe ChambersVery intelligent and quickly grasps the key issues at hand.
Ranked: Tier 5
Catherine Doran - Radcliffe ChambersCatherine is brilliant technically and is good with clients.
Ranked: Tier 5
Kate Rogers - Radcliffe ChambersA fantastic advocate well-versed in insolvency and quick on her feet in the court room.
Ranked: Tier 5
Matthew Weaver - Radcliffe ChambersHe is a very impressive counsel and adopts a very commercial approach which clients really appreciate.
Ranked: Tier 5

Testimonials

Set

They have built a strong set for restructuring and insolvency matters.

Technically very good and excellent training sessions delivered throughout the pandemic.

They offer a lot of first rate Counsel in the area of banking and insolvency.

Radcliffe Chambers have a strong set of insolvency barristers and are my go to chambers when I need to instruct counsel.

A very impressive set now, particularly strong in restructuring and insolvency with good quality counsel at all levels.

Clerking

Lee Wright is very helpful. He is always responsive and very good to deal with.

London Bar > Pensions Tier 3

Radcliffe Chambers' members  offer a wide variety of pensions expertise, both litigious and advisory. Praised for his 'methodical and pragmatic approach' to technical points of law, Keith Rowley QC acted for the banks in the legally significant Lloyds Banking Group case and currently acts for Mitchells & Butlers Plc in Mitchells & Butlers Pensions Ltd v Mitchells & Butlers Plc defending a £150m rectification claim. Chambers' 'super strong' practice also includes Elizabeth Ovey, who instructed for Bic in BIC (UK) Limited v. Hartridge, which concerns issues of contractual pension entitlement. Both Henry Day and Wendy Mathers have considerable experience in relation to both contentious and non-contentious matters.

Leading Silks

Keith Rowley QC - Radcliffe ChambersOne of the most senior and respected pensions silks whose knowledge of the area is second to none.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersElizabeth is a congenial barrister with excellent communication skills and rapier-like legal perception - her opinions are a intellectual tour de force.
Ranked: Tier 2
Henry Day - Radcliffe ChambersHe is lovely to work with - very calm, thorough, and clever. He has good judgment and gets on well with solicitors and clients alike.
Ranked: Tier 3
Wendy Mathers - Radcliffe ChambersWendy combines strong analytical skills with a user friendly and approachable manner.
Ranked: Tier 3

Testimonials

Set

‘Wonderful chambers – they have a strong pensions disputes team.’

Clerking

‘The clerks are extremely helpful and amenable. Head clerk Keith Nagle has always provided excellent and super efficient service to us.’

London Bar > Professional negligence Tier 3

Radcliffe Chambers is noted for its 'strong team' in the professional negligence arena. Members are instructed in defendant- and claimant-side work, with recent matters including claims against solicitors, pensions issues, and claims relating to property transactions. Jeremy Cousins QC appeared in the Supreme Court case of Matthew & Others v Sedman & Others, a claim against accountants (as professional trustees) which reached the apex court on an issue as to the interpretation of midnight deadlines. The 'highly skilled' Peter Dodge has extensive expertise in handling claims against financial services professionals.

Leading Silks

Jeremy Cousins QC - Radcliffe ChambersHe is a standout barrister in this field.
Ranked: Tier 1
Keith Rowley QC - Radcliffe ChambersKeith is attentive, incisive and has a fantastic ability to simplify and work through complex issues.
Ranked: Tier 2

2020 Silks

Leading Juniors

Peter Dodge - Radcliffe ChambersHis advocacy is excellent, and his analysis is always detailed and rational.
Ranked: Tier 2
Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersElizabeth is a fantastic junior with tremendous experience. She is attentive, responsive and incisive.
Ranked: Tier 3
William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersAn excellent advocate with a killer instinct to win. Great with clients and makes them feel at ease.
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5

Testimonials

Clerking

Very efficient and helpful‘.

Keith Nagle is always very helpful and responsive‘.

London Bar > Property litigation Tier 4

Real estate litigation is a core focus for Radcliffe Chambers, with members appearing in significant disputes up to Court of Appeal and Supreme Court level, including landlord and tenant litigation, property tax disputes, planning permissions, and commercial property litigation. Instructions are sourced from solicitors alongside a growing number of direct industry instructions. Kate Selway QC regularly acts for government bodies, and offers particular expertise in tax relating to property transactions, representing HMRC in a number of SDLT cases. Edward Hicks represented Morshead Mansions, a tenant-owned landlord company, in a dispute with one of its shareholder-tenants. Howard Smith is a recognised expert on party wall cases, and is heavily involved in cases relating to the 1996 Party Wall Act, successfully representing defendants in an appeal relating to adjoining owner’s liability to contribute to repairs of a defective party wall. Nathan Wells appeared before the Court of Appeal in Borwick Development Solutions Ltd v Clear Water Fisheries Ltd, a case including the analysis of historic English and Roman law in exploring the issue of proprietary rights to live fish. .William Moffett's standout involvement is the Bath Rugby case, a dispute concerning the enforceability of a restrictive covenant of 1922 which would prevent the redevelopment of The Recreation Ground stadium.

2020 Silks

Kate Selway QC - Radcliffe ChambersKate gives a good solid opinion that you can rely on and she isn't shy about saying what she thinks. Some barristers are very equivocal which is unhelpful but not Kate. her opinions are clear and easy to follow. She has excellent technical expertise.

Leading Juniors

William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersThe standard of his writing is superb; be it an opinion or court documents they are capable of clearly and elegantly setting out at a position. His representation in court is of a similar standard. He is excellent with clients, able to easily explain even arcane and complex legal concepts. All of the above is backed up by a forensic understanding of the law and attention to detail; his control of the case is second-to-none.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Marie-Claire Bleasdale - Radcliffe ChambersShe has an eye for detail, whilst retaining a view of the bigger picture and practical and commercial realities. Solid advice and not afraid to mince her words and advise on the legal position even where this may not be what clients were hoping for. Always ready for a fight and to give it her, considerable, all.
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Howard Smith - Radcliffe ChambersHoward is highly engaged, and extremely knowledgeable in the subject area of party walls in particular. He is calm and his delivery Is cogent and always well researched. His reputation is high. He is highly respected among fellow professionals of varying disciplines.
Ranked: Tier 4
Simon Williams - Radcliffe ChambersA good, hardworking advocate, he is very approachable, delightful to work with, responsive and great with clients.
Ranked: Tier 4

Testimonials

Set

A leading set- highly approachable.

Very happy with chambers who are client focused, there to help and are very approachable.

Clerking

Always happy to help, makes solicitors job easier, I would highly recommend Justin Allen and John Clark.

The Clerks at Radcliffe are probably the best I’ve worked with. Extremely responsive and helpful.

John Clark is always very friendly and happy give guidance on availability of Counsel along with fees information and keeps in contact to ensure there are no problems throughout.

Dispute resolution > Mediators Tier 5

Simon Williams – Radcliffe Chambers Radcliffe Chambers' Simon Williams is an experienced mediator of property and commercial disputes, who was recently appointed to The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors/Property Litigation Association panel of Boundary Dispute Mediators.

London Bar > Offshore

Leading Juniors

Marcus Flavin - Radcliffe ChambersHis particular familiarity and expertise in relation the Jersey trusts is immensely useful.
Ranked: Tier 1
Piers Feltham - Radcliffe ChambersStudious, diligent and very hard-working, he provides excellent advice in a timely manner and never leaves any stone unturned.
Ranked: Tier 2
Josh Lewison - Radcliffe ChambersExtremely responsive and the quality of his work is second to none.
Ranked: Tier 4

London Bar > Banking and finance (including consumer credit)

2020 Silks

Chris Boardman QC - Radcliffe ChambersExtremely strong silk, excellent to work with, crystal clear advice.

2022 Silks

Mark Fell QC - Radcliffe ChambersMark really knows his stuff. He is a consumer credit and retail mortgages guru - He is able to convey his advice in a pragmatic and commercial way so that it is easily digestible by the client.

Leading Juniors

Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersShe provides really clear and practical advice, which gets to the point and she is able to distill complex analysis into very accessible language. Elizabeth is also incredibly responsive and easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 3

London Bar > Commercial litigation

2020 Silks

Christopher Boardman QC - Radcliffe ChambersA very strong silk who provides crystal clear advice and is highly commercial.

Leading Juniors

Tina Kyriakides - Radcliffe ChambersA great talent - a great brain and very helpful and user friendly.
Ranked: Tier 3
William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersHe has an excellent level of technical knowledge and an eye for the detail. He ets out advice clearly and concisely and is very good on tactical considerations throughout.
Ranked: Tier 3
Gary Lidington - Radcliffe ChambersTechnically excellent and also very commercial and practical. He is able to see the big picture and the end game from the parties' perspectives and apply that to his advice.
Ranked: Tier 4
Dov Ohrenstein - Radcliffe ChambersHe is always incredibly well prepared for every scenario and eventuality, able to grasp complex areas of law and procedure, and is a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 4

London Bar > Financial services regulation

2022 Silks

Mark Fell QC - Radcliffe ChambersMark provides clear and sound advice. He is pragmatic, commercial and considered.

Leading Juniors

Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersShe is incredibly responsive and easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2
Anthony Dearing - Radcliffe ChambersHe has comprehensive regulatory knowledge and business acumen. He provides sound advice and practical solutions.
Ranked: Tier 3

London Bar > Fraud: civil

London Bar > Agriculture

London Bar > Company and partnership

Company - Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 1
Christopher Buckley - Radcliffe ChambersChristopher is a diligent, intelligent and a brilliant advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3

Midland Circuit > Company and insolvency

Leading Juniors

Kate Rogers - Radcliffe ChambersKate is a tenacious advocate; she remains in control when dealing with difficult opponents. She is very thorough in her approach. We highly recommend her to our clients, who all have enjoyed working with her.
Ranked: Tier 1
Matthew Weaver - Radcliffe ChambersMatthew has the full package - fierce intellect, persuasive charm and calmness under pressure.
Ranked: Tier 1

Regional Bar > Midland Circuit > Company and insolvency

Leading Juniors

Kate Rogers - Radcliffe ChambersKate is a tenacious advocate; she remains in control when dealing with difficult opponents. She is very thorough in her approach. We highly recommend her to our clients, who all have enjoyed working with her.
Ranked: Tier 1
Matthew Weaver - Radcliffe ChambersMatthew has the full package - fierce intellect, persuasive charm and calmness under pressure.
Ranked: Tier 1

 

Radcliffe Chambers is a modern chambers based in historic Lincoln’s Inn. It specialises in business, private client, property, insolvency, pensions and charities.  The achievements of Chambers and its individual members have been recognised in recent years in The Legal Cheek awards, Chambers UK Bar awards, The UK Diversity Legal awards, STEP private client awards, The Lawyer awards, Halsbury Legal awards, Legal Week awards, The British Legal awards, and Solicitor Journal awards. Members of Chambers are regularly involved in the leading cases in their fields and chambers continues to grow its reputation for quality and innovative legal services. Services are supported by a professional and dedicated clerking and management team that provides a transparent and client driven service.

The set: With many members of chambers having been involved in the leading cases in their fields, this chambers continues to grow its reputation for quality and innovative legal services. These services are supported by a professional and dedicated clerking and management team who provide a transparent and client driven service.

Types of work undertaken:  Radcliffe Chambers’ expertise encompasses a wide variety of commercial and chancery litigation and advice, including banking and financial services, charities, contracts, corporate and company, fraud and asset tracing, international arbitration, partnerships and LLPs, pensions, professional liability, real estate, restructuring and insolvency, tax and all manner of private client matters, from trusts, wills and tax, to issues arising in the Court of Protection.

Members sit as arbitrators, mediators and act as counsel in alternative dispute resolutions in the UK and overseas.

DepartmentNameEmailTelephone
Senior clerks Keith Nagle
Senior clerks John Clark
Chief executive Fiona Fitzgerald
Members of Chambers CRAMPIN QC, Peter (1976, 1993)
Members of Chambers COUSINS QC, Jeremy (1977, 1999)
Members of Chambers ROWLEY QC, Keith (1979, 2001)
Members of Chambers KHANGURE QC, Avtar (1985,2003)
Members of Chambers PEARCE QC, Robert (1977, 2006)
Members of Chambers MOHYUDDIN QC, David (1999, 2016)
Members of Chambers MORGAN QC, James (1996, 2017)
Members of Chambers DUMONT QC, Thomas (1979, 2019)
Members of Chambers MAJUMDAR QC, Shantanu (1992, 2020)
Members of Chambers BOARDMAN QC, Christopher (1995, 2020)
Members of Chambers SELWAY QC, Kate (1995, 2020)
Members of Chambers QUINT, Francesca (1970)
Members of Chambers DI MAMBRO, David (1973)
Members of Chambers NURSE, Gordon (1973)
Members of Chambers OVEY, Elizabeth (1978)
Members of Chambers WILLIAMS, Simon (1984)
Members of Chambers KYRIAKIDES, Tina (1984)
Members of Chambers FELTHAM, Piers (1985)
Members of Chambers SMITH, Howard (1986)
Members of Chambers MULLIS, Roger (1987)
Members of Chambers HOLBECH, Charles (1988)
Members of Chambers McQUAIL, Katherine (1989)
Members of Chambers DEACOCK, Adam (1991)
Members of Chambers DODGE, Peter (1992)
Members of Chambers BLEASDALE, Marie-Claire (1993)
Members of Chambers HOLMES, Justin (1994)
Members of Chambers OHRENSTEIN, Dov (1995)
Members of Chambers KEEL, Douglas (1997)
Members of Chambers MOYS, Clive (1998)
Members of Chambers BOLTON, Caroline (1998)
Members of Chambers DEARING, Anthony (1998)
Members of Chambers BURTON, Paul (1998)
Members of Chambers MOFFETT, William (2000)
Members of Chambers WELLS, Nathan (2000)
Members of Chambers LIDINGTON, Gary (2000)
Members of Chambers WINFIELD, Joshua (2001)
Members of Chambers FLAVIN, Marcus (2001)
Members of Chambers COMISKEY, Reuben (2002)
Members of Chambers OUWEHAND, Martin (2002)
Members of Chambers HILTON, Oliver (2002)
Members of Chambers WEAVER, Matthew (2002)
Members of Chambers BEASLEY, Tom (2003)
Members of Chambers BARRETT, Steven (2003)
Members of Chambers BUCKLEY, Christopher (2004)
Members of Chambers FELL, Mark (2004)
Members of Chambers HICKS, Edward (2004)
Members of Chambers LEWISON, Josh (2005)
Members of Chambers MATHERS, Wendy (2005)
Members of Chambers McCAMBLEY, Dawn (2005)
Members of Chambers DORAN, Catharine (2008)
Members of Chambers BURTON, Daniel (2009)
Members of Chambers ROGERS, Kate (2009)
Members of Chambers DAY, Henry (2011)
Members of Chambers MACKLAM, Nicholas (2013)
Members of Chambers ROGERS, Sophia (2013)
Members of Chambers LONGSTAFF, Katie (2013)
Members of Chambers EDWARDS, Jonathan (2014)
Members of Chambers BROWN, Andrew (2014)
Members of Chambers MILLS, Matthew (2016)
Members of Chambers KREAMER, Lauren (2017)
Members of Chambers LOIZOU, Emma (2018)
Members of Chambers RIMINGTON-POUNDER, Poppy (2018)
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Steven Barrett  photo Steven Barrett Commercial Chancery; property litigation – landlord and tenant and real property; professional…
Tom Beasley  photo Tom Beasley Barrister with general commercial and Chancery advising and litigation practice. Chancery (general); commercial…
Marie-Claire Bleasdale  photo Marie-Claire Bleasdale The focus of Marie-Claire Bleasdale’s practice is advocacy in court, in particular…
Christopher Boardman QC photo Christopher Boardman QC Leading commercial chancery junior, specialising in insolvency (including cross border), company commercial…
Christopher Buckley  photo Christopher Buckley Barrister specialising in contentious insolvency, company (in particular directors’ disqualification) and private…
Daniel Burton  photo Daniel Burton Banking and financial services, commercial litigation; consumer credit; insolvency (corporate, personal, directors…
Reuben Comiskey  photo Reuben Comiskey Reuben Comiskey is a busy commercial chancery junior, with a focus on…
Jeremy Cousins QC photo Jeremy Cousins QCJeremy Cousins QC specialises in substantial commercial, commercial chancery (including trusts), banking…
Henry Day  photo Henry Day Barrister specialising in pensions; private client; trusts, wills and estates; financial services;…
Adam Deacock  photo Adam Deacock Commercial litigator specialising in insolvency, company fraud, banking and real estate disputes.…
David Di Mambro  photo David Di Mambro Barrister, specialising in commercial Chancery and property. His commercial work includes commercial…
Peter Dodge  photo Peter Dodge Barrister specialising in commercial Chancery litigation; in particular, banking and financial services,…
Catherine Doran  photo Catherine Doran Specialist areas of practice include: personcal and corporate insolvency, directors’ disqualification, company,…
Thomas Dumont QC photo Thomas Dumont QCTom Dumont’s practice falls into the following areas: trusts and estates, property,…
Mark Fell QC photo Mark Fell QCBarrister with a Chancery and commercial advisory and litigation practice.
Piers Feltham  photo Piers Feltham Piers Feltham has a general Chancery practice specialising in particular in property,…
Marcus Flavin  photo Marcus Flavin Marcus Flavin practices mainly in the field of trusts and estates. His…
Edward Hicks  photo Edward Hicks Chancery and commercial practice, specialising in real property and private client litigation,…
Oliver Hilton  photo Oliver Hilton Oliver is a chancery barrister specialising in trusts, estates and property disputes,…
Justin Holmes  photo Justin Holmes Justin Holmes is an experienced adviser and advocate in both the Chancery…
Tina Kyriakides  photo Tina Kyriakides General commercial and chancery litigation practitioner with expertise across company law, corporate…
Josh Lewison  photo Josh Lewison Josh is a private client specialist, concentrating on contentious and non-contentious trusts,…
Gary Lidington  photo Gary Lidington Gary Lidington specialises in the full range of commercial, commercial chancery and…
Nicholas Macklam  photo Nicholas Macklam Barrister specialising in both contentious and non-contentious private client work; trusts, wills…
Shantanu Majumdar QC photo Shantanu Majumdar QCCommercial: Insurance, sale of goods, financial contracts, agency, credit & security, banking…
Wendy Mathers  photo Wendy Mathers Specialises in chancery (general), pensions, Court of Protection, contentious probate (including family…
Dawn McCambley  photo Dawn McCambley Dawn specialises in chancert commercial litigation; with particular emphasis on insolvency, comany…
Katherine Mcquail  photo Katherine Mcquail Barrister specialising in: litigation – contractual claims, landlord and tenant, mortgages, partnership,…
William Moffett  photo William Moffett Barrister specialising in Chancery and commercial litigation including contentious wills and trusts,…
Clive Moys  photo Clive Moys PRACTICE AT THE BAR: Planning, property, local government, rating and valuation and…
Roger Mullis  photo Roger Mullis Roger Mullis is a Chancery practitioner with an emphasis on property and…
Gordon Nurse  photo Gordon Nurse Barrister specialising in real property-related litigation and commercial litigation, particularly involving equitable…
Dov Ohrenstein  photo Dov Ohrenstein Dov Ohrenstein’s practice focuses on litigation and dispute resolution in the fields…
Martin Ouwehand photo Martin OuwehandMartin specialises in commercial litigation, corporate and shareholder disputes, professional negligence and…
Elizabeth Ovey  photo Elizabeth Ovey Barrister specialising in pensions, retail financial services and building society work (litigation…
Robert Pearce QC photo Robert Pearce QCMain practice areas include: real property disputes, landlord and tenant, contentious trust…
Francesca Quint  photo Francesca Quint Chancery, with an emphasis on charities: also education. Recent cases include Sparrow,…
Keith Rowley QC photo Keith Rowley QCPrincipal area of work is general chancery, primarily pension schemes, real property,…
Kate Selway QC photo Kate Selway QCBarrister specialising in general Chancery; private client, trusts and estates (including taxation),…
Howard Smith  photo Howard Smith Howard Smith’s practice is in traditional and commercial chancery.  He specialises in…
Nathan Wells  photo Nathan Wells Nathan Wells has a wide ranging Chancery practice, which includes wills and…
Simon Williams  photo Simon Williams Barrister and ADR Group accredited mediator specialising in property, commercial chancery and…
Joshua Winfield  photo Joshua Winfield Barrister specialising in Chancery, comprising charities, wills, trusts including offshore work, property,…