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Chambers of Angus Moon KC and Michael Horne KC
Serjeants' Inn Chambers
85 FLEET STREET
LONDON
EC4Y 1AE
England

Position

Jamie has a busy and growing practice across all areas of Chambers’ work. He has experience of all areas of healthcare law, working principally in clinical negligence, inquests and in the Court of Protection. He regularly appears in court with barristers of far higher levels of call, and is recognised for his calm and empathic approach with clients.

Career

Call 2014

Education

BPTC: Outstanding – City Law School, City University London (2014) Graduate Diploma in Law: Distinction – City Law School, City University London (2013) BA (Hons), History: Double First – Clare College, University of Cambridge (2012)

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Inquests and inquiries

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 5

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London Bar > Court of Protection and community care

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 5

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London Bar > Clinical negligence

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3

Jamie Mathieson – Serjeants’ Inn Chambers ‘Jamie is an extremely competent, bright, and sympathetic counsel, who is always very much in charge of his brief while at the same time bringing the human touch to his dealings with clients.’    

The ‘extremely reputable’ clinical negligence set at Serjeants’ Inn Chambers is well-regarded as having ‘some of the best’ barristers in the field. Jonathan Holl-Allen KC has acted on particularly standout work involving misdiagnosis and alleged negligence at birth resulting in severe injury, for both claimants and defendants. The appointment of Claire Watson KC to Silk is a noteworthy change in the set. In addition, the ‘extremely intelligent’ Eloise Power is highlighted for her impressive expertise in and work on gynaecological injury matters; her particular standout work includes her action for the defendant in the High Court case of Brint v Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Foundation Trust in which breach, causation, fundamental dishonesty and quantum were all disputed in relation to a claim against the trust for failure to warn of the risks of extravasation surgery which allegedly led to a pain condition; the claimant’s recount of events surrounding the surgery was inconsistent and the extent to which this impacts credibility, was considered. Amongst the juniors, Liam Duffy and Jamie Mathieson , who has recently led on catastrophic cases of high-value, are both noteworthy members of the set.