Set Profile > Radcliffe Chambers > London, England

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

Offshore

2019 Silks

Thomas Dumont QC - Radcliffe ChambersLovely to work with and client-friendly.

Leading Juniors

Marcus Flavin - Radcliffe ChambersHe really understands the problems most commonly faced by offshore trustees.
Ranked: Tier 1
Piers Feltham - Radcliffe ChambersStrategically and technically brilliant on complex issues of trusts and probate law.
Ranked: Tier 2
Josh Lewison - Radcliffe ChambersHis command of the subject area enables him to be a real blue-sky thinker.
Ranked: Tier 3

Fraud: civil

2020 Silks

Shantanu Majumdar QC - Radcliffe ChambersA strategic thinker, hard-working and collaborative - a superb trial lawyer and cross-examiner.

Commercial litigation

Leading Silks

Jeremy Cousins QC - Radcliffe Chambers ‘Very knowledgeable about the law in the area and also the commercial imperatives.

Ranked: Tier 6

2020 Silks

Christopher Boardman QC - Radcliffe ChambersHe is extremely good.
Shantanu Majumdar QC - Radcliffe ChambersVery experienced and persuasive trial advocate - comfortable at all levels of tribunal.

Leading Juniors

Tina Kyriakides - Radcliffe ChambersAttention to detail, detailed knowledge of legal principles and always willing and eager to assist.
Ranked: Tier 3
William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersVery thorough legal analysis, and also very alive to the commercial aspects of the dispute - a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 3
Dov Ohrenstein - Radcliffe ChambersHe doesn't sit on the fence, he's prepared to give definite advice and then remains consistent - greatly appreciated by clients.
Ranked: Tier 4
Gary Lidington - Radcliffe ChambersExcellent eye for detail, a very good advocate and very good client manner - his paperwork is first class.
Ranked: Tier 5

Charities Tier 1

Radcliffe Chambers is an 'excellent set' with market-leading expertise in charity law. It has an array of excellent barristers including a former junior counsel to HM Attorney General in charity matters (Peter Crampin QC) a former standing counsel to the Charity Commission (Robert Pearce QC), and a former Deputy Charity Commissioner (Francesca Quint). Quint is praised for her 'encyclopaedic knowledge of the development of charity legislation and case law over a long period of time.' In Derby Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust & Others v Ashfield District Council & Others, Charity Commission intervening she has been advising a number of NHS Foundation Trusts on their recognition as charities in order to claim 80% relief from business rates. Kate Selway QC strengthed the set's charities practice after taking silk in 2020.

Leading Silks

Robert Pearce QC - Radcliffe ChambersDrafting is clear and concise, and has stood the test of time.
Ranked: Tier 1
Peter Crampin QC - Radcliffe ChambersAn experienced charity law advocate.
Ranked: Tier 2

2019 Silks

Tom Dumont QC - Radcliffe ChambersIs excellent on his feet, very persuasive and authoritative - he has the judges eating out of the palm of his hands.

2020 Silks

Kate Selway QC - Radcliffe ChambersTakes a robust stance with her opposition whilst providing clear advice to her client, with an empathetic approach.

Leading Juniors

Francesca Quint - Radcliffe ChambersIs an absolute legend, hugely impressive she has years of experience in this sector, has been and continues to be at the top of her game for many years.
Ranked: Tier 1
Piers Feltham - Radcliffe ChambersHas an eye to finding solutions.
Ranked: Tier 3
Josh Lewison - Radcliffe ChambersAccessible, thorough knowledge of charity and company law, gives clear and practical advice.
Ranked: Tier 3
Joshua Winfield - Radcliffe ChambersVery bright, but very easy to deal with - has a clear and logical approach. Able to turn instructions around quickly with clear and concise advice.
Ranked: Tier 3

Company and partnership

Company - Leading juniors

Tina Kyriakides - Radcliffe ChambersExcellent knowledge of company law. Is excellent with the most complex of cases (and difficult of clients).
Ranked: Tier 1
Christopher Buckley - Radcliffe ChambersHe is on top of the detail and isn't afraid to tell it how it is.
Ranked: Tier 3

Agriculture

Leading Juniors

Nathan Wells - Radcliffe ChambersProduces very clear thorough advice that clients can understand.
Ranked: Tier 1

Financial services regulation

Leading Juniors

Mark Fell - Radcliffe ChambersHe is an expert in this field and has an expanse of knowledge which means he is able to provide practical and relevant examples when giving any advice.
Ranked: Tier 2
Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersVery good analytical skills in advising and drafting and an excellent communicator.
Ranked: Tier 2
Anthony Dearing - Radcliffe ChambersExcellent knowledge of the regulatory framework, user-friendly, and cost effective.
Ranked: Tier 3

Private client: trusts and probate Tier 2

Radcliffe Chambers has a ‘long-standing reputation for outstanding private client service.’ ‘With a broad range of barristers who can deal with this work type, we are sure to find counsel appropriate for any case. The set provides excellent value for money and turnaround times are generally very good.’ As part of a large team of lawyers from several jurisdictions, Robert Pearce QC is currently acting in Re Wang for the trustees of several major trusts established in Bermuda and subject to complex litigation. The case is believed to be the largest piece of trust litigation in the common law world and raises important questions over the scope of trustees’ powers and the validity of non-charitable purpose trusts. Kate Selway QC has strengthened the set after taking silk, while William Moffett and Daniel Burton climb this year's junior rankings.

Leading Silks

Robert Pearce QC - Radcliffe ChambersComes across very well in court.
Ranked: Tier 2

2019 Silks

Tom Dumont QC - Radcliffe ChambersHas an encyclopaedic knowledge of probate. He is a terrific advocate. He’s an incredibly nice opponent - huge integrity.

2020 Silks

Kate Selway QC - Radcliffe ChambersA very approachable new silk.

Leading Juniors

Piers Feltham - Radcliffe Chambers ‘Is strategically and technically brilliant on complex issues of probate and trusts law - he offers a first-class service, he is readily available, and is a team player.

Ranked: Tier 2
Daniel Burton - Radcliffe ChambersIs great with clients and is a confident advocate. Really great with knotty problems.
Ranked: Tier 3
Katherine McQuail - Radcliffe ChambersIs an extremely gifted lawyer.
Ranked: Tier 3
William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersIs incredibly bright and a good strategist who always goes the extra mile for clients. He is an absolute pleasure to deal with and makes litigation more enjoyable as a result. He is one to have on your side.
Ranked: Tier 3
Marcus Flavin - Radcliffe ChambersA very experienced junior.
Ranked: Tier 4
Edward Hicks - Radcliffe ChambersHas a forensic eye for detail and is excellent in getting into a judge's mind, assessing a claim dispassionately with unerring accuracy.
Ranked: Tier 4
Charles Holbech - Radcliffe ChambersVery bright.
Ranked: Tier 4
Justin Holmes - Radcliffe ChambersEncyclopaedic knowledge of trusts and probate; good paper turn around time; good with clients in con; a tough negotiator in mediations.
Ranked: Tier 4
Roger Mullis - Radcliffe ChambersMakes himself readily available and is very user-friendly.
Ranked: Tier 4

Court of Protection and community care Tier 3

Radcliffe Chambers is an ‘approachable’ set 'with strength and depth’ for Court of Protection matters. It has ‘strong counsel who all share a willingness to work hard and to go the extra mile’. Justin Holmes, Katherine Mcquail, and Piers Feltham are the key names to note. Areas of expertise include working on the registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney, the granting of authority to deputies and attorneys to conduct litigation as well as the making of statutory wills.

Leading Juniors

Justin Holmes - Radcliffe ChambersBright, tough in court, very good papers turnaround and good with clients and not too expensive.
Ranked: Tier 1
Piers Feltham - Radcliffe ChambersTactical nous. Intellect. Very gentle approach (so necessary with Court of Protection work) but solid understanding of all things Chancery and Court of Protection. If you have a problem, Piers is the barrister to go to.
Ranked: Tier 2
Katherine McQuail - Radcliffe ChambersShe can work through complex factual and legal issues and provide clear advice and solutions. She is easy to work with and very accommodating.
Ranked: Tier 3

Insolvency Tier 3

Members of Radcliffe Chambers are 'experienced and reliable' and have expertise in all aspects of insolvency litigation, as well as experience in advisory work, which often has an international flavour.  In particular, barristers are able to handle administrations, liquidations, receiverships and company voluntary arrangements, and several juniors have been appointed to the attorney general's and secretary of state's panels. Demonstrating the set's strengths at the junior end, Reuben Comiskey focuses on insolvency, fraud and company disputes, and successfully acted for the liquidators of a company running a chain of convenience stores in its recovery claim in Re MKG Convenience Ltd, Abdulali v NISAAdam Deacock is another noted junior who is an expert in pre-emptive remedies; Katie Longstaff is a rising star in chambers. At the senior end, 2020 saw Christopher Boardman QC take silk.

Rising stars

Katie Longstaff - Radcliffe ChambersShe holds intellectual clout and commerciality in equal measure.
Ranked: Tier 1

2020 Silks

Christopher Boardman QC - Radcliffe ChambersHis experience and knowledge is second-to-none.

Leading Juniors

Adam Deacock - Radcliffe ChambersA clear expert in his field and demonstrates a strength in depth in insolvency and restructuring work.
Ranked: Tier 2
Tina Kyriakides - Radcliffe ChambersExcellent with the most complex of cases (and difficult of clients).
Ranked: Tier 2
Reuben Comiskey - Radcliffe ChambersCalm under pressure, good instincts when a problem arises, technically strong and always approachable.
Ranked: Tier 3
Dawn McCambley - Radcliffe ChambersVery commercial, capable of providing practical advice on the conduct of proceedings alongside negotiations.
Ranked: Tier 3
Martin Ouwehand - Radcliffe ChambersHe is very bright and gives clear, measured advice. He is also wonderfully thorough and will stress test all aspects of your case before heading to court.
Ranked: Tier 4
Kate Rogers - Radcliffe ChambersShe is very user friendly, approachable, technically excellent, and tenacious.
Ranked: Tier 5
Catherine Doran - Radcliffe ChambersVery knowledgeable and calm. She is able to cut through to the heart of issues and provide concise advice.
Ranked: Tier 5

Pensions Tier 3

Radcliffe Chambers, summarised as an 'excellent set for pensions and advice', incorporates the talents of 'superstars' Keith Rowley QC and Elizabeth Ovey. Highlights include the retention of Airways Pension Scheme Trustees Ltd v Fielder and British Airways plc, a matter concerning discretionary increases above CPI (and supported by distinguished junior Henry Day), Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Ltd. v Lloyds Bank plc & Ors (an issue focused on the under-calculation of an outgoing member’s transfer payments) and representing the defendant in Mitchells & Butlers Pensions Ltd v Mitchells & Butlers Plc (a disputatious 'rectification of deeds' case). Wendy Mathers is seen as 'a real up-and-coming junior who will fight hard for clients'.

Leading Silks

Keith Rowley QC - Radcliffe ChambersStrong technical pensions knowledge, excellent client manner, assiduous and responsive. Written output extremely clear.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersVery sharp on the law and has a nice calm manner which instils confidence even in tricky situations.
Ranked: Tier 2
Henry Day - Radcliffe ChambersBrings clear analysis to complex problems and consistently very responsive. Very approachable and friendly, with a good sense of humour, which was of great assistance during a complex and sometimes tense matter.
Ranked: Tier 3
Wendy Mathers - Radcliffe ChambersExcellent team player. Incredibly hard working and highly analytical. Grasps concepts very quickly: a QC in the making.
Ranked: Tier 3

Professional negligence Tier 3

Radcliffe Chambers has a 'stellar line-up of practitioners' in the field of professional negligence, particularly in claims relating to property, trusts, financial services and pensions advice. The set has expertise in claims against solicitors, financial professionals, pension consultants, accountants and auditors, and surveyors and valuers, among others. Recent highlights include Jeremy Cousins QC and Peter Dodge acting for the claimants in CNM Estates (Tolworth Tower) Ltd v VeCREF I SARL, which involved a claim that receivers appointed to a development project breached their duty of care by selling at an undervalue, and in Howard v Gateley UK, a solicitors' negligence claim relating to the sale of a financial services firm.

Leading Silks

Jeremy Cousins QC - Radcliffe ChambersHe is a very thorough and detailed thinker.
Ranked: Tier 1
Keith Rowley QC - Radcliffe ChambersA very experienced silk. He is calm and measured making working with him easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 2

2019 Silks

Thomas Dumont QC - Radcliffe Chambers ‘Specialist in probate and trust claims but also has good experience of professional negligence defence claims. A very useful combination. Provides clear written advice. He has a calm manner and a great rapport with courts and clients.

2020 Silks

Shantanu Majumdar QC - Radcliffe ChambersHe is extremely thoughtful and creative.

Leading Juniors

Peter Dodge - Radcliffe ChambersPeter is an excellent Barrister, detailed, accurate, thorough and a very good and responsive advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3
William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersVery good technically and fantastic with clients - the perfect balance. A very safe paid of hands.
Ranked: Tier 4
Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersShe is a superstar.
Ranked: Tier 4
Gary Lidington - Radcliffe Chambers Gary is approachable yet incisive and completely and reliably on top of each brief. Has a talent for unpicking the thorniest of issues and is excellent on his feet. Analytical and always has a plan; popular with clients.
Ranked: Tier 5
Simon Williams - Radcliffe ChambersVery detailed analysis of the law and issues - very precise - and great to work with, as well as being very commercial, which is key.
Ranked: Tier 5

Banking and finance (including consumer credit) Tier 4

Radcliffe Chambers is 'highly approachable and happy to assist' and the barristers 'are all experts in their field and highly commercial in their advice'. The set has a good reputation for consumer finance and more general banking disputes. The retirement of Malcolm Waters QC, long considered a doyen of consumer finance law, is a loss, although juniors such as Mark Fell remain well respected in this area. Jeremy Cousins QC is also recommended, with his work often overlapping onto the insolvency side, as demonstrated by his advice to the claimant on CNM Estates (Tolworth Tower) Ltd v VeCREF I SARL.

Leading Silks

Jeremy Cousins QC - Radcliffe ChambersA very thorough and detailed thinker.
Ranked: Tier 5

2020 Silks

Christopher Boardman QC - Radcliffe ChambersHis experience and knowledge is second-to-none.

Leading Juniors

Mark Fell - Radcliffe ChambersHe is a fantastic sounding board when you just need a second opinion or someone to bounce an idea off and his expanse of knowledge and expertise in the area is immense.
Ranked: Tier 2
Elizabeth Ovey - Radcliffe ChambersA careful, considered but very user-friendly barrister who provides excellent value to clients for their money.
Ranked: Tier 3

Property litigation Tier 4

Radcliffe Chambersenjoys a high reputation’ owing to its ‘excellent clerks’ and ‘great strength in depth at senior-junior level’. Found among the respective workload of its members are landlord and tenant, property tax, planning permission, auction sale, misrepresentation and enfranchisement litigation along with commercial investment and development-related disputes. Kate Selway QC recently took silk; a particular standout case from her workload was LCP Management v HMRC, a case which pertained to the application of tax and the VAT regime to development property and leases of airspace.

Leading Silks

Robert Pearce QC - Radcliffe ChambersHe is analytical, logical and measured.
Ranked: Tier 4

2020 Silks

Kate Selway QC - Radcliffe ChambersShe is extremely good at explaining issues to clients and takes them through the key elements step by step. Kate also considers the wider picture for the client and will look for a practical solution.

Leading Juniors

William Moffett - Radcliffe ChambersHe is personable, very bright, responsive, commercially minded.
Ranked: Tier 3
Marie-Claire Bleasdale - Radcliffe ChambersNot only is she good on paper but she is also excellent with her court presentation.
Ranked: Tier 4
Edward Hicks - Radcliffe ChambersEd has a forensic eye for detail and is excellent in getting into a judges mind, assessing a claim dispassionately with unerring accuracy. He has an excellent manner with both clients and his instructing solicitors.
Ranked: Tier 4
Gary Lidington - Radcliffe ChambersAble to quickly assimilate facts and give spot on legal and commercial advice.
Ranked: Tier 4
Howard Smith - Radcliffe ChambersHe is extremely approachable to clients and very believable at court due to his humble manner.
Ranked: Tier 4
Nathan Wells - Radcliffe ChambersHe is highly intelligent, has a profound knowledge of the law, and possesses strong analytical skills which enable him to understand the fundamentals of a case swiftly and accurately.
Ranked: Tier 4
Simon Williams - Radcliffe ChambersA good, hardworking advocate, he is very approachable, delightful to work with and very responsive.
Ranked: Tier 4

Mediators Tier 5

Simon Williams - Radcliffe Chambers  Radcliffe ChambersSimon Williams is an experienced mediator in property and commercial disputes. His expertise covers commercial, construction and insurance contracts; companies and shareholders; partnerships; landlord and tenant issues; rights of way, restrictive covenants, adverse possession and boundaries; trusts and probate; and professional negligence.

Company and insolvency

Kate Rogers remains a strong presence for insolvency work on the Midland circuit, having joined Radcliffe Chambers from St Philips Chambers in 2018. She specialises in insolvency work, but also undertakes shareholder dispute cases, recently appearing  on behalf of a minority shareholder in a £4m company bringing an unfair prejudice petition claim, as well as defending a counterclaim for conspiracy.

Leading Juniors

Matthew Weaver - Radcliffe Chambers 'Matt is a preferred barrister for us and our clients.  He is truly experienced in the cases we have and can always bring his intellectual power and experience to the work we instruct on.  Judges are warm to him, he is quick thinking on his feet and has been strong on highly intellectual test cases we have worked on together.  He has the added quality of being very likeable and not pretentious which is a huge draw for our client base.'
Ranked: Tier 1
Kate Rogers - Radcliffe ChambersShe combines excellent attention to detail with a very good grasp of technical insolvency matters.
Ranked: Tier 1

Regional Bar > Midland Circuit > Company and insolvency

Kate Rogers remains a strong presence for insolvency work on the Midland circuit, having joined Radcliffe Chambers from St Philips Chambers in 2018. She specialises in insolvency work, but also undertakes shareholder dispute cases, recently appearing  on behalf of a minority shareholder in a £4m company bringing an unfair prejudice petition claim, as well as defending a counterclaim for conspiracy.

Leading Juniors

Matthew Weaver - Radcliffe Chambers 'Matt is a preferred barrister for us and our clients.  He is truly experienced in the cases we have and can always bring his intellectual power and experience to the work we instruct on.  Judges are warm to him, he is quick thinking on his feet and has been strong on highly intellectual test cases we have worked on together.  He has the added quality of being very likeable and not pretentious which is a huge draw for our client base.'
Ranked: Tier 1
Kate Rogers - Radcliffe ChambersShe combines excellent attention to detail with a very good grasp of technical insolvency matters.
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.

Department Name Email Telephone
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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 Christopher Boardman  photo Christopher Boardman     Leading commercial chancery junior, specialising in insolvency (including cross border),…
 Reuben Comiskey  photo Reuben Comiskey Reuben Comiskey is a busy commercial chancery junior, with a focus on…
 Jeremy Cousins QC photo Jeremy Cousins QC Jeremy 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;…
 Thomas Dumont photo Thomas Dumont Tom Dumont’s practice falls into the following areas: trusts and estates, property,…
 Edward Hicks  photo Edward Hicks Chancery and commercial practice, specialising in real property and private client litigation,…
 Shantanu Majumdar  photo Shantanu Majumdar Commercial: Insurance, sale of goods, financial contracts, agency, credit & security, banking…
 William Moffett  photo William Moffett Barrister specialising in Chancery and commercial litigation including contentious wills and trusts,…
 Dov Ohrenstein  photo Dov Ohrenstein Dov Ohrenstein’s practice focuses on litigation and dispute resolution in the fields…
 Martin Ouewhand  photo Martin Ouewhand Martin specialises in commercial litigation, corporate and shareholder disputes, professional negligence and…
 Kate Selway  photo Kate Selway Barrister specialising in general Chancery; private client, trusts and estates (including taxation),…
 Simon Williams  photo Simon Williams Barrister and ADR Group accredited mediator specialising in property, commercial chancery and…