Rob Williams > Chambers of Tim Ward QC and Philip Moser QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Chambers of Tim Ward QC and Philip Moser QC Offices
1 & 2 RAYMOND BUILDINGS, GRAY'S INN
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Rob is an experienced barrister and litigator whose practice spans a range of commercial, European, and public law work. He is recommended in both Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 for both competition law and public procurement law, and has extensive experience of commercial regulatory work of all kinds. Rob acts for the range of public and private sector bodies. He has particular expertise in a number of industry sectors, including transport, telecommunications, energy, financial services and construction. Rob appears regularly as advocate, particularly in the High Court and Competition Appeal Tribunal, and is a member of the Attorney General’s B Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown. Before joining Monckton Chambers, Rob worked as an in-house advocate at a large City law firm. His experience has given him a particular insight into the needs of both solicitor and lay clients at all stages of the litigation process.
Called 2000, Middle Temple. Rob has a first class law degree and a postgraduate BCL degree from University College, Oxford. On graduating, he worked as a research assistant to the Law Commission for two years, following which he was awarded a Jules Thorn Scholarship by Middle Temple. In 2000, Rob was called to the bar and started his career at Keating Chambers. After a number of years in practice, he joined Denton Wilde Sapte’s Advocacy Group, the first and longest established ‘in-house chambers’ in the City. He joined Monckton Chambers in 2006. Rob has tutored at University College, London, and has written and lectured on a wide range of legal subjects. In 2002, he was the judicial assistant to Lord Phillips MR (as he then was).
Olchfa School, Swansea; University College, Oxford (MA, BCL).