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Chambers of Tim Amos QC

QUEEN ELIZABETH BUILDING, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 9BS, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7797 7837
Fax:
Fax 020 7353 5422
DX:
339 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
Email:
Web:
www.qeb.co.uk

London Bar

Set overviews: England and Wales

Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) holds β€˜a number of shining stars’ and β€˜a stellar array of individuals at every level’. Chambers is β€˜terrific’ and excels in family law, particularly in high-value financial remedy cases. With β€˜some real intellectual heavyweights in its stable’, QEB β€˜goes about its business quietly and effectively, obtaining fantastic results for clients’. For some, it is also the β€˜go-to’ set for nuptial agreements and enforcement, in particular complex cross-border cases. Known for their β€˜thorough presentation of cases, intelligence and pragmatic advice’, counsel are able to β€˜combine the traditions of the Bar with the modern standards of client care and availability that high net worths demand’. Chambers β€˜exudes class’ and is β€˜very much at the top of the game in London’ with β€˜astounding strength in depth, backed up by a fantastic clerking team’. Senior clerk Howard Rayner has β€˜assembled and leads a universally excellent dream team’ of β€˜second to none’ clerks who β€˜go above and beyond’ on a regular basis and are β€˜a true asset’ to chambers. β€˜Miracle worker’ Jon Bartlett is β€˜in a league of his own’ among family clerks. Elizabeth Seymour is β€˜capable, helpful; you always feel well looked after in her hands’. Harry Tennent has β€˜a promising future and is one very much to watch’. Asked how chambers could improve, one solicitor said: β€˜As with Mary Poppins, they are practically perfect in every way.’ Offices in: London

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Children law (including public and private law)
Children Law (including public and private law) – Leading juniors

William Tyzack - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Judges and clients love him.’

Ranked: tier 2

Morgan Sirikanda - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Very skilful at conveying ideas simply.’

Ranked: tier 3

Marcus Lazarides - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Has a calm and measured approach in court which always yields results.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Family law (including divorce and financial remedy)
Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB)

Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) is a β€˜superb set of financial barristers who are at the top of their game’. Members are routinely instructed in the most complex and high-value cases, usually with an international element, and have immense experience in all aspects of family law. For ancillary relief work β€˜it has a stellar array of individuals at every level’ and β€˜if one’s counsel of choice is not available there is generally someone equally as good available’.

Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading silks

Lucy Stone QC - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Her work ethic is awe-inspiring.’

Ranked: tier 1

Lewis Marks QC - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Perhaps the most accomplished money silk at the Bar.’

Ranked: tier 1

Tim Amos QC - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Ferociously bright and articulate.’

Ranked: tier 1

Stewart Leech QC - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Has the ear of the bench.’

Ranked: tier 2

James Ewins QC - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜He has impeccable judgement and delivery.’

Ranked: tier 4
Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – 2017 silks

Alexander Thorpe QC - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Has a wonderful way with clients.’

Ranked: tier 1
Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – 2019 silks

Catherine Cowton QC - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Unbelievably hardworking.’

Ranked: tier 1
Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading juniors

Elizabeth Clarke - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Continues to excel.’

Ranked: tier 1

Marina Faggionato - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Intelligence personified.’

Ranked: tier 1

Sarah Phipps - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Has no qualms about dealing with more senior opponents with grace and style.’

Ranked: tier 1

Amy Kisser - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜A rocket scientist – exceptionally clever.’

Ranked: tier 2

Duncan Brooks - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Articulates his client’s case with calmness and precision.’

Ranked: tier 2

Daniel Bentham - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜A great advocate.’

Ranked: tier 3

Matthew Firth - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Matthew will always be the best prepared in the room.’

Ranked: tier 3

Marcus Lazarides - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜An accomplished advocate.’

Ranked: tier 3

Morgan Sirikanda - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜He is very skilful at conveying ideas clearly and succinctly.’

Ranked: tier 3

Samantha Singer - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜A tenacious and fearless advocate.’

Ranked: tier 3

Charanjit Batt - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜Charanjit is an extremely good finance junior.’

Ranked: tier 4

Rosemary Budden - Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜A polished advocate.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Set overviews: England and Wales

Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) holds β€˜a number of shining stars’ and β€˜a stellar array of individuals at every level’. Chambers is β€˜terrific’ and excels in family law, particularly in high-value financial remedy cases. With β€˜some real intellectual heavyweights in its stable’, QEB β€˜goes about its business quietly and effectively, obtaining fantastic results for clients’. For some, it is also the β€˜go-to’ set for nuptial agreements and enforcement, in particular complex cross-border cases. Known for their β€˜thorough presentation of cases, intelligence and pragmatic advice’, counsel are able to β€˜combine the traditions of the Bar with the modern standards of client care and availability that high net worths demand’. Chambers β€˜exudes class’ and is β€˜very much at the top of the game in London’ with β€˜astounding strength in depth, backed up by a fantastic clerking team’. Senior clerk Howard Rayner has β€˜assembled and leads a universally excellent dream team’ of β€˜second to none’ clerks who β€˜go above and beyond’ on a regular basis and are β€˜a true asset’ to chambers. β€˜Miracle worker’ Jon Bartlett is β€˜in a league of his own’ among family clerks. Elizabeth Seymour is β€˜capable, helpful; you always feel well looked after in her hands’. Harry Tennent has β€˜a promising future and is one very much to watch’. Asked how chambers could improve, one solicitor said: β€˜As with Mary Poppins, they are practically perfect in every way.’ Offices in: London

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