Zara McGlone > Chambers of George Bompas QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Zara has a busy practice across the full spectrum of work undertaken by Chambers, including banking and finance, commercial litigation and arbitration, company and insolvency.
Zara regularly appears both led and unled in the High Court and County Court, and also has experience of international arbitration and arbitration-related court applications. Recent led instructions include Autonomy Corporation Ltd & Ors v Lynch & Anor, and a multi-million-dollar international arbitration under the ICC rules concerning the management of a hospital in the MENA region..
Before coming to the Bar, Zara read Classics and Modern Languages at the University of Oxford, with a year studying abroad in France. After her degree, she spent time living and working in Kazakhstan and Hong Kong. She has maintained her interest in both jurisdictions: she has rights of audience in the AIFC Court in Kazakhstan, and was awarded the 2018 Inner Temple Pegasus Scholarship to Hong Kong.
Zara is also a contributor to Loose and Griffiths on Liquidators (9th Ed.) (2019), as well as to Lexis PSL and Practical Law. She was called to the Bar by Middle Temple, which awarded her a Diplock Scholarship for the GDL, and a Queen Mother Scholarship (the Inn’s most prestigious award) for the BPTC.
French, Russian, basic Cantonese
COMBAR; Chancery Bar Association; British Russian Lawyers’ Association; British Kazakh Lawyers’ Association
MA (Hons) Classics and Modern Languages, Trinity College, University of Oxford
GDL (top 10 in year), City University
BPTC, City University
Introduction to Corporate Law and Governance, London School of Economics
Pegasus Scholar (Hong Kong), Inner Temple
Queen Mother Scholar, Middle Temple
Diplock Scholar, Middle Temple