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London Bar > Crypto and blockchain assets Tier 1

Maitland Chambers benefits from its multi-disciplinary commercial nature, enabling the set to handle commercial cases with aspects of cryptocurrency and fintech litigation. Darragh Connell has specific expertise in cryptoasset disputes and cyber fraud, while Dean Armstrong KC is well-regarded for his work on blockchain, smart contracts and cryptoassets. Armstrong KC, alongside Racheal Muldoon, joined the set in February 2023, adding to their capabilities in smart contracts, international and domestic crypto asset disputes.

Leading Juniors

Darragh Connell – Maitland ChambersDarragh is certainly one of the leading counsel involved in crypto and digital assets.  His technical knowledge is excellent and he is definitely one of the most trusted counsel in this area.’
Ranked: Tier 1
Racheal MuldoonMaitland Chambers  ‘Technically aware of the complexities of the blockchain and how the fraudsters operate.’
Ranked: Tier 1


‘John Wiggs and Robert Penson are the stand out clerks, responsive and always know who best to recommend for new instructions.  I would also like to mention Luke Irons who is really lovely to work with and is an asset to the team.’

‘We cannot fault the clerking and this is particularly important because a lot of our work  has to be dealt with urgently. They are excellent facilitators. We get consistently good service from Luke Irons, Ryan Elliott, Charlie Labrum.’

‘The service has been professional and efficient.’

‘Maitland have real strength-in-depth, are technically excellent and good to work with on a personal and professional level.’  

‘I have worked with barristers from Maitland for over a decade; they consistently recruit excellent counsel at junior and senior levels and many of my ‘go to’ barristers are members here.’

London Bar > Charities Tier 2

Leading charity setMaitland Chambers is home to a group of barristers with an excellent track record in handling high-profile charity cases. Michael Gibbon KC and Ted Loveday appeared for the appellants in Mermaids v Charity Commission and LGB Alliance, a challenge by the first charity of the regulator's decision to register the second - the case explored issues of who has standing to challenge the commission's decisions to register a charity. Andrew Westwood KC is regularly instructed by charity trustees and individual charities in a wide range of contentious and non-contentious work, and Matthew Smith KC is ‘an imaginative thinker and eloquent advocate – one of the strongest charity law barristers‘.

Rising stars

Ted Loveday - Maitland Chambers 'He has outstanding knowledge of charity law, and his advice is thoughtful and practical.'
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Silks

Michael Gibbon KCMaitland Chambers 'He is conscientious and thorough, giving the clients every confidence that they are in safe hands.'
Ranked: Tier 3

2022 Silks

Andrew Westwood KCMaitland ChambersAndrew has a great intellect and is very easy to work with. He has in-depth knowledge of the law and is an excellent advocate.

2024 Silks

Matthew Smith KCMaitland Chambers 'A star: astute, extremely knowledgeable, and very personable.'

Leading Juniors

Maxim Cardew Maitland Chambers 'Maxim is technically brilliant. He has a first rate mind, is confident on his feet and has full command of his brief.'
Ranked: Tier 3


Robert Penson is always a pleasure to deal with, and will go out of his way to help where he can.’

Excellent on charity law.’

A good spread of seniority.’

Excellent from top to bottom.’

A well-run set.’

Clerks are responsive and make instructing straightforward.’

London Bar > Commercial litigation Tier 2

Maitland Chambers‘ ‘barristers are top quality in terms of academic legal argument and advocacy skills‘. In Upham v HSBC UK Bank plc, Matthew Collings KC acted for the claimants in a massive claim brought by over 350 victims of the failed Eclipse Film Finance scheme. Also touching on showbusiness, in Green v White Lantern Film (Britannica) Limited, Edmund Cullen KC was instructed by actress Eva Green in her dispute with a film production company over the aborted production of science fiction film A Patriot; Green is claiming contractual damages from the production company for failing to pay her. Within the junior ranks, Watson Pringle is representing Watchstone Group in a £63m claim for breach of confidence and conspiracy, in relation to the alleged unlawful disclosure of Watchstone’s confidential information by its adviser PwC in secret meetings with Watchstone’s counterparty during a large commercial transaction.

Leading Silks

Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3
David Mumford KCMaitland Chambers ‘Incredibly bright and creative thinking.’
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Andrew Twigger KCMaitland Chambers ‘Iron fist in a velvet glove. His cross-examination style is quiet, considered and deadly. Judges warm to his style and find him very credible. He is fiercely intelligent and whilst considered in his approach, he makes the most of challenging arguments.’
Ranked: Tier 4
Gregory Banner KC – Maitland Chambers ‘A fine advocate with an eye for the good points and the ability to maximise those good points before the court.’
Ranked: Tier 6
Edmund Cullen KCMaitland Chambers ‘Superb knowledge of the law, very commercial, and excellent in front of clients. His advocacy is very persuasive, tough and tactically astute, and he reads judges extremely well.’
Ranked: Tier 6

2022 Silks

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 2
Watson PringleMaitland Chambers ‘Watson is an outstanding commercial barrister in every respect. He works extremely hard, is very clever, and has excellent judgement. As an advocate, he is unusually clear and confident for a junior - a silk in the making.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Laurie ScherMaitland ChambersHe has amazing insight, and a capacity to work obviously very hard without appearing to do so.’
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 5
Gabriella McNicholas – Maitland Chambers 'She is a very tenacious advocate, always well prepared and clear and persuasive in her delivery.'
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5


‘Ryan Elliott is very responsive and helpful.’

‘The clerking service is very good. They are responsive when asked for figures at short notice.’

‘John Wiggs is a legend’

‘John Wiggs is outstanding.’

‘Danny Wilkinson is very responsive and a pleasure to deal with.’

Maitland’s barristers are top quality in terms of academic legal argument and advocacy skills.

Excellent set and fantastic set of clerks.

The clerks are great.

Work highlights

London Bar > Fraud: civil Tier 2

An excellent set of highly intellectual, experienced and street-smart barristers‘, Maitland Chambers‘ members are regularly sought out to act in civil fraud proceedings at all court levels. Richard Morgan KC recently acted for the claimant in defending an appeal brought in Bermuda by Credit Suisse in relation to a $607.5m judgment concerning life insurance premium-related frauds committed by an employee of the bank. Offshore, David Mumford KC is defending two prominent Ukrainian political figures against claims before the BVI courts that they fabricated a BVI trust, and then used it to seize control of several hundreds of millions of dollars of assets. In one of the most high-profile claims to be issued in the High Court in recent years, civil fraud junior Duncan McCombe represents the British Bankers’ Association in its defence to a US federal agency claim that the BBA and nine of the world’s largest banks) rigged LIBOR the former benchmark interest rate.

Leading Silks

Ranked: Tier 1
David Mumford KCMaitland Chambers 'Has seen it all and wrote the book. He is one of the go-to barristers for complex civil fraud work, particularly with an offshore element.'
Ranked: Tier 2
George Hayman KCMaitland Chambers ‘Supreme advocacy matched with exemplary client-handling skills. An extremely persuasive advocate, who knows precisely what to focus on in order to achieve a result. One of the very best.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4

2022 Silks

Leading Juniors

Benjamin JohnMaitland Chambers ‘He is very pragmatic and user friendly. He understands the dynamics of the relationships behind the case and the drivers from the client's perspective, and advises accordingly. On top of that, he is really clever.'
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 2
Caley WrightMaitland Chambers ‘An outstanding and exceptionally diligent advocate, and he is a winning choice for clients seeking favourable outcomes in complex disputes. His persuasive courtroom presence and meticulous attention to the details of a case set him apart from peers.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Duncan McCombe   – Maitland  ‘Hardworking and easy to work with.
Ranked: Tier 4
Gabriella McNicholasMaitland Chambers 'She is an extremely thorough and diligent junior.'
Ranked: Tier 4


‘John Wiggs is an asset.’

‘John Wiggs runs a very responsive and successful operation.’

A genuinely entrepreneurial set that has its fingers on the pulse of the market, and wants to get out there and do its best for clients.

Reliable and top quality across the board, always fielding good candidates.

Excellent set of highly intellectual, experienced and street-smart barristers.

Incredibly helpful clerks who know their clients and preferences really well.

Work highlights

London Bar > Insolvency Tier 2

Insolvency and restructuring remains a key part of the practice for Maitland Chambers, with the set’s members engaging in disputes across a vast range of industries, from personal insolvency to through to global corporate collapses and associated asset recovery proceedings. Matthew Collings KC has appeared in numerous insolvency cases, including London Capital & Finance (LCF) where he advised on multiple issues and acting for administrators of a collapse of London Capital & Finance including successful removal of two security trustees. Michael Gibbon KC is regularly called upon to advise on the practical commercial application of insolvency law, with experience in litigating and advising on matters arising out of commercial failure, whereas Catherine Addy KC has been instructed on numerous high-profile insolvencies and related litigation alongside sitting as a Deputy Insolvency and Companies Court Judge.

Leading Silks

Catherine Addy KCMaitland ChambersVery strong and well-prepared advocacy.  The judges always listen to Catherine.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3
Michael Gibbon KCMaitland Chambers ‘Michael is very responsive and a strong advocate.’
Ranked: Tier 4

2022 Silks

Andrew Westwood KCMaitland Chambers ‘Andrew is supremely user-friendly and approachable, and completely unflappable even in the face of unique and novel circumstances which are untested before the courts.’
Andrew Westwood KCMaitland ChambersAndrew is supremely user-friendly and approachable, and completely unflappable even in the face of unique and novel circumstances which are untested before the courts.’

2024 Silks

Leading Juniors

Rosanna FoskettMaitland Chambers 'Extremely bright, operating as KC without the title, very easy to work with, a star of the bar.'
Ranked: Tier 3
Olivier KalfonMaitland Chambers  'User friendly, knowledgeable and commercial.'
Ranked: Tier 3
Rebecca PageMaitland Chambers ‘Rebecca is fantastic - very clever, very responsive, very commercial.'
Ranked: Tier 4
Faith JulianMaitland Chambers ‘Faith is a genuine star. She picks up work at short notice and masters complexities of fact and law with admirable ease.’
Ranked: Tier 4
Rowena PageMaitland Chambers ‘Rowena is measured and thorough and a trusted counsel. Very bright and commercially astute, an excellent advocate and delightful to deal with.'
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 5
Gabriella McNicholasMaitland Chambers 'Gabriella is excellent.'
Ranked: Tier 5
Maria MullaMaitland ChambersMaria provides very robust advice that is easy to understand, and is exceptional at managing the clients.’
Ranked: Tier 5
Maxim CardewMaitland Chambers 'Maxim is thorough and has excellent attention to detail. He is also responsive and user-friendly.' 
Ranked: Tier 5


‘Maitland are on of our key go-to sets for insolvency and restructuring work, and are always able to offer quality members at the right level for any particular assignment.’

‘Maitland are a very strong set and ought to be considered as a very good alternative to any set for insolvency matters.’

‘The clerks are super-responsive and a pleasure to deal with.’

‘Clerk service is good, responsive and attentive.’

Work highlights

London Bar > Company Tier 2

At Maitland Chambers, company work is a mainstay of the practice, whether domestic or cross-border, and members are frequently active in complex shareholder disputes, unfair prejudice petitions, and claims for breach of fiduciary duty. The set has some standout silks, among them Matthew Collings KC, who successfully defended directors in a multimillion-pound claim for breach of fiduciary duty, TMO Renewables v Yeo - after a lengthy trial it was concluded that defendant had acted in bad faith but had caused the insolvent claimants no loss, so dismissed the claim, and an appeal over costs for one of five defendants was dismissed. Another prominent silk is Christopher Parker KC, who led the defence of a director in Traded Life Policies Ltd v Leach, which concerned alleged dishonest breach of fiduciary duty. Catherine Addy KC recently acted for the respondents to a long-running shareholders’ unfair prejudice petition concerning a large-scale national security company and serious allegations of breach of duty and fraud.

Leading Silks

Catherine Addy KCMaitland Chambers ‘Catherine is fantastic, a star, the perfect KC as she is great on her feet but also really immerses herself in the detail.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
David Mumford KCMaitland Chambers ‘David is an immensely intelligent and hardworking advocate who efficiently analyses complex legal issues and provides concise commercial solutions.’
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Michael Gibbon KCMaitland Chambers ‘Responsive, intelligent and charming, Michael is a superb operator who shows fantastic attention to detail and is able to distil difficult concepts.’
Ranked: Tier 4

2022 Silks

Leading Juniors

Rebecca PageMaitland Chambers ‘Succinct and precise in her advocacy, Rebecca is unquestionably a leading junior, very thorough and will go the extra mile to achieve the best outcome for the client.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 5
Alec McCluskeyMaitland Chambers ‘Incredibly bright and a delight to work with, Alec is an outstanding advocate who goes above and beyond.’
Ranked: Tier 5

Work highlights

London Bar > Partnership Tier 3

Maitland Chambers engage in a vast range of partnership disputes, from those connected to solicitors’ firms and doctors’ practices to complex partnership structures used in financial services such as those involving offshore funds and wealth structures. David Mumford KC has acted and advised a number of partnership disputes, both in arbitration and litigation, including a partnership dissolution action arising out of a hotel development partnership. Alec McCluskey is frequently instructed in partnership disputes, either on behalf of partners or creditors of partnerships.

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 3
Ted LovedayMaitland ChambersTremendous intellect, sensible and down-to-earth, pragmatic, and very good with the client - and also a strong advocate.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3


‘Excellent service, the clerks are superb. Danny Wilkinson deserve special mention.’

‘Clerks excellent, particularly Rob Penson.’

‘Maitland are my set of choice for Chancery work. Everyone I have instructed there is first class.’

‘Many excellent junior counsel.’

Work highlights

Dispute resolution > Mediators Tier 3

London Bar > Property litigation Tier 4

Maitland Chambers contains juniors and silks who are experts in all matters of property litigation, including residential enfranchisement and property development, and act on behalf of a range of clients from private individuals to major multinational corporates. Christopher Pymont KC appeared before the Supreme Court in On Tower v AP Wireless, a high profile matter concerning the interpretation of the new Electronic Communications Code. Philomena Harrison was involved in Bank of New York Mellon (International) Ltd v Cine UK Ltd, a case concerning if rent was due on various of the defendants’ cinemas, which were unable to operate due to COVID-19 policies.

Leading Juniors

Ranked: Tier 1
Tim CallandMaitland Chambers ‘Tim is very calm and measured, and excellent with clients. He is thoughtful and easy to approach. His advocacy is smart and confident.'
Ranked: Tier 2
Richard FowlerMaitland Chambers ‘Richard is highly approachable, very good at handling clients and clear in his advice. His advocacy is highly articulate and persuasive both on applications and trials. He avoids much of the pomposity which can come with some counsel without losing his authority.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Philomena HarrisonMaitland Chambers ‘A considered and careful approach to matters, excellent at pulling all loose ends together and giving clear, thorough legal advice. Is very easy to work with and has authority with clients.'
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Paul ClarkeMaitland Chambers ‘Paul is very bright, and has a great understanding of the law which he applies effectively and persuasively in writing and on his feet. He is also adept at handling complex factual and technical material.’
Ranked: Tier 5
Laurie ScherMaitland Chambers 'Fantastically prepared and very diligent. A superb team player and very clever. A pleasure to work with.'
Ranked: Tier 5


‘Very professional and efficient. I would single out Rob Penson, who is great.’

‘All clerks are very helpful indeed.’

‘Rob Penson is brilliant – very helpful and always willing to go the extra mile.’

‘Superb – the clerks at Maitland have been the best I deal with for the past 20+ years.  Robert Penson is outstanding in his proactivity and ease of dealing.’

‘Maitland is a first rate, leading, commercial chancery set which I have used for many years. They have a large range of options for counsel across the piece. One can always rely on their quality.’

‘Maitland is brilliant with a good range of top quality barristers.’

‘The set has some of the best property litigation counsel in the country.’

‘Maitland offers a breadth and depth which means any of my property litigation work can be handled.’

Work highlights

London Bar > Media and entertainment

Leading Juniors

Amanda Hadkiss – Maitland Chambers ‘She has a first-class mind and is completely unflappable.’
Ranked: Tier 3

London Bar > Tax: corporate

London Bar > Private client: trusts and probate

London Bar > Banking and finance (including consumer credit)

Leading Silks

David Mumford KC – Maitland Chambers ‘David has a razor-sharp mind, works incredibly hard, is excellent on his feet, can distil the most complex point into something easy to understand, has the respect of the court and is great with clients – he is the complete package.’
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Alec McCluskeyMaitland Chambers 'His ability to grasp key issues and to explain them to finance professionals is extraordinary.  His drafting is a very strong suit.'
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4

London Bar > International arbitration: counsel

Midland Circuit > Commercial litigation

The English Bar Offshore > The English Bar Offshore Tier 3

Maitland Chambers is noted as a go-to set for high-profile, civil fraud, commercial and trust matters at all levels of the court systems, including before the Privy Council, with barristers regularly active across all offshore jurisdictions. Richard Morgan KC successfully acted for the claimant in resisting the recent appeal of Credit Suisse against a $607m judgment in Credit Suisse Life (Bermuda) Limited v Ivanishvili. The case involved a claim by the ex-prime minister of Georgia against a subsidiary of a Swiss bank arising out the allegedly fraudulent actions of a rogue employee. ‘Fantastic advocate’ David Mumford KC led an appeal before the Eastern Caribbean Court of appeal in November in Wang v Floreat, a case which sought the winding up of funds worth $500 million. From the set’s juniors, Olivier Kalfon ‘s practice retains its strong offshore disputes emphasis, particularly those in the BVI and Cayman Islands.

Leading Silks

Richard Morgan KCMaitland Chambers 'Richard knows the law inside out and has worked on many of the leading cases on jurisdictional issues and interim injunctions. His advocacy style is measured and extremely effective.'
Ranked: Tier 1
David Mumford KCMaitland Chambers 'David is incredibly bright and a fantastic advocate. He is always calm under pressure and has the ear of the court.'
Ranked: Tier 4

2022 Silks

Andrew Westwood KCMaitland Chambers 'Excellent advocate, user friendly and hard working.'

Leading Juniors

Olivier Kalfon – Maitland Chambers ‘Olivier is a superlative advocate. He provides focused, careful advice consistently. He is always available and is excellent when dealing with extremely complex legal problems. He is a silk in the making and one of the most impressive members of the Bar. He is a delight to work with.’
Ranked: Tier 3


‘The clerks are excellent – very responsive and nice to deal with. John Wiggs and Luke Irons are standouts.’

‘Excellent – John Wiggs is a hero.’

‘John Wiggs is a legend. Very responsive and flexible.’

‘Clerks are efficient and approachable when it comes to issues regarding fees, arrangements for conferences, and the provision of advice.’

‘Maitland’s clerks are collaborative and competent.’

‘Quality set of chancery barristers.’

‘Great set of chambers for chancery work.’

‘They have a number of barristers who regularly appear in the BVI court and so they are always a good choice for offshore work.’

Work highlights

Maitland is one of the leading sets of barristers’ chambers in the UK. Based in London’s Lincoln’s Inn, we offer legal advice and advocacy of the highest quality both domestically and internationally. We appear across a full range of UK civil courts and tribunals including the Supreme Court and Privy Council as well as in Caribbean, Asian and other jurisdictions. is one of the largest commercial chancery sets, with 69 members, including 23 silks.

The set: Maitland handles a very wide range of cases from major litigation involving multinational companies to property disputes in the county courts. Much of its work is done in London, although it frequently advises and appears for clients in other parts of the UK and overseas. Many of its barristers are full members of overseas Bars, including Hong Kong, Singapore, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Cyprus, the Channel Islands and the US. Its barristers sit as arbitrators (in arbitrations involving both domestic and international subject-matter) and are instructed as mediators and legal assessors. The size and breadth of chambers expertise means that it can provide teams of barristers to deal rapidly and thoroughly with complex cases that raise a broad range of issues. Its barristers and staff are committed to providing exceptional service and its barristers are committed to giving advice and representation at a level that is recognised in the directories and by clients, year after year, for its exceptional quality, comprehensiveness and practicality.

Types of work undertaken
Banking and financial services: supply/purchase of investment services and products; regulatory and enforcement issues; the operation of unauthorised collective investment schemes; compliance with anti-money laundering regulations.

Charities: across the NGO sector, registration of innovative charitable objects, resolving issues as to tax liabilities and fundraising, and helping charities seeking schemes to enhance or modernise their workings.

Commercial disputes: private equity, funds and investment management; real estate; oil and gas; telecommunications, media and technology; transport and logistics; sale of goods transactions; large-scale, multi-party litigation having as its subject-matter for example investment schemes, business sales and joint ventures.

Company, Partnership and LLPs: directors’ duties; shareholder disputes; takeovers, M&As; corporate reconstructions; loan capital and banking securities; schemes of arrangement and reductions of capital; insurance schemes; partnership accounts disputes and restrictive covenants; the formation, terms, operation and dissolution of partnerships; fiduciary and other partnership duties; liability to third parties; the winding-up of partnerships; unfair prejudice; insolvent partnerships and insolvent/bankrupt partners.

Civil fraud and asset recovery: freezing and search order relief, through to trial and the tracing and recovery of assets in the UK and internationally. Civil claims based on dishonesty; asset recovery.

Insolvency and restructuring: corporate and personal insolvency, including international and cross-border insolvency.

Intellectual property, media and entertainment: licensing and contractual disputes and issues arising out of co-productions and joint ventures and grants of media and broadcasting rights; intellectual property rights.

International and offshore: corporate and contentious trusts and taxation advice; international commercial litigation and arbitration, in local overseas jurisdictions and in the Privy Council.

Professional negligence: claims against accountants and auditors, other financial professionals and intermediaries; architecture and building design, art valuation, estate agency, commercial agency, IT consultancy, corporate and personal taxation, and pension fund valuation.

Real estate: residential and commercial landlord and tenant; land purchase, development and adverse rights and remedies; land registration; lending transactions and security; professional negligence; mines, minerals, natural resources; energy, telecommunications and utilities; rural land use; joint venture and fiduciary disputes.

Private client: foreign trustees and trusteeship; variation of trusts; duties and potential liabilities of trustees of potentially insolvent estates; advice, drafting and representation in relation to wills, probate and estates matters.

Department Name Email Telephone
Senior Clerk John Wiggs
Chambers Director Richard Khaldi
Head of Chambers PYMONT KC, Christopher (1979)
Members of Chambers McCALL KC, Christopher (1966)
Members of Chambers NEWMAN KC, Catherine (1979)
Members of Chambers CUNNINGHAM KC, Mark (1980)
Members of Chambers COLLINGS KC, Matthew (1985)
Members of Chambers PARKER KC, Christopher R (1984)
Members of Chambers CHAMBERS KC, Dominic (1987)
Members of Chambers PEACOCK KC, Nicholas (1989)
Members of Chambers MORGAN KC, Richard (1988)
Members of Chambers WALKER KC, Andrew (1991)
Members of Chambers GIBBON KC, Michael (1993)
Members of Chambers TWIGGER KC, Andrew (1994)
Members of Chambers CULLEN KC, Edmund (1990)
Members of Chambers STUBBS KC, Rebecca (1994)
Members of Chambers DUTTON KC, Timothy (1985)
Members of Chambers ALDRIDGE KC, James (1994)
Members of Chambers MUMFORD KC, David (2000)
Members of Chambers ADDY KC, Catherine (1998)
Members of Chambers BANNER KC, Gregory (1988)
Members of Chambers HAYMAN KC, George (1998)
Members of Chambers ATKINS KC, Siward (1995)
Members of Chambers EVANS, Timothy (1979)
Members of Chambers HARRY, Timothy (1983)
Members of Chambers HARRISON, Philomena (1985)
Members of Chambers PRYOR, Michael (1992)
Members of Chambers WESTWOOD KC, Andrew (1994)
Members of Chambers CLARKE, Paul (1997)
Members of Chambers CALLAND, Tim (1999)
Members of Chambers SMITH, Matthew (2001)
Members of Chambers SMITH, Adam (2001)
Members of Chambers PAGE, Rebecca (2001)
Members of Chambers JOHN, Benjamin (2002)
Members of Chambers FOWLER, Richard (2003)
Members of Chambers KALFON, Olivier (2003)
Members of Chambers MCCLUSKEY, Alec (2005)
Members of Chambers DEWAR, Fiona (2005)
Members of Chambers PRINGLE, Watson (2005)
Members of Chambers MUNBY KC. Thomas (2006)
Members of Chambers ALLCOCK, Jonathan (2007)
Members of Chambers FOSKETT, Rosanna (2008)
Members of Chambers SCHER, Laurie (2008)
Members of Chambers WRIGHT, Caley (2008)
Members of Chambers PHILLIPS, Oliver (2009)
Members of Chambers BALLANCE, James (2009)
Members of Chambers FLETCHER, Thomas (2009)
Members of Chambers JHITTAY, Narinder (2010)
Members of Chambers ILETT, Hannah (2011)
Members of Chambers PERSELLI, Francesca (2011)
Members of Chambers MCCOMBE, Duncan (2012)
Members of Chambers CARDEW, Maxim (2012)
Members of Chambers PAGE, Rowena (2012)
Members of Chambers KINMAN, James (2013)
Members of Chambers MCNICHOLAS, Gabriella (2013)
Members of Chambers GRANGER, Edward (2013)
Members of Chambers MEULI, Edward (2014)
Members of Chambers HADKISS, Amanda (2014)
Members of Chambers LOVEDAY, Ted (2016)
Members of Chambers TURNER, Ryan (2017)
Members of Chambers GAILEY, Emily (2017)
Members of Chambers MITCHELL, James (2018)
Members of Chambers KING, Charles (2019)
Members of Chambers BUNTING, Joseph (2019)
Members of Chambers ARMITAGE, Edward (2019)
Members of Chambers LIVESEY, Edlyn (2020)
Members of Chambers FORSYTH, Rory (2020)
Members of Chambers ARMSTRONG KC, Dean (1985)
Members of Chambers MULDOON, Racheal (2015)
Members of Chambers CONNELL, Darragh (2012)
Members of Chambers FOOT, TImothy (2021)
Members of Chambers MACLACHLAN, Eoin (2021)
Members of Chambers MULLA, Maria (2005)
BOTTOMLEY, Richard (2013)
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Thomas Munby KC photo Thomas Munby KC Commercial litigation and arbitration, with a strong Chancery background. Thomas is best…
Catherine Newman photo Catherine Newman Barrister specialising in trial and appellate advocacy in Chancery, Commercial and offshore…
Rebecca Page photo Rebecca Page Rebecca’s practice covers commercial chancery litigation and arbitration, with a strong emphasis…
Rowena Page photo Ms Rowena Page Rowena specialises in commercial chancery litigation, with a strong emphasis on insolvency,…
Christopher Parker photo Christopher Parker Chris specialises in commercial chancery and business disputes with a particular emphasis…
Nicholas Peacock photo Nicholas Peacock The mainstays of Nicholas’ work are financial services litigation and advice (particularly…
Oliver Phillips photo Oliver Phillips Barrister specialising in commercial, chancery, company, property, insolvency litigation and advisory work,…
Watson Pringle photo Watson Pringle Watson specialises in commercial and civil fraud litigation, with a particular emphasis…
Michael Pryor photo Michael Pryor Barrister specialising in property and general commercial chancery litigation, including real property…
Christopher Pymont photo Christopher Pymont Barrister specialising in commercial Chancery, property (especially landlord and tenant), professional negligence,…
Laurie Scher photo Laurie Scher Specialises in many areas of business and property litigation. His recent workload…
Adam Smith photo Adam Smith Barrister specialising in all areas of commercial Chancery work, with particular experience…
Matthew Smith KC photo Matthew Smith KC Commercial chancery litigation, including company and insolvency questions, contractual and trust-related disputes.…
Rebecca Stubbs photo Rebecca Stubbs Barrister specialising in company law, insolvency and corporate reconstruction and financial services.
Ryan Turner photo Ryan Turner Barrister specialising in commercial chancery and general commercial litigation with a particular…
Andrew Twigger photo Andrew Twigger Andrew Twigger QC has extensive experience of High Court litigation and regularly…
Beverley Vara photo Beverley Vara Experienced mediator who has successfully mediated a wide range of commercial disputes…
Andrew Walker photo Andrew Walker Andrew Walker QC is a litigator, adviser and legal expert. He also…
Andrew Westwood KC photo Andrew Westwood KC Barrister specialising in commercial and Chancery, including company law, insolvency and charities.
Caley Wright photo Caley Wright Barrister specialising in commercial chancery disputes with a particular emphasis on civil…