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Chambers of Edward Denehan

LINCOLN'S INN, LONDON, WC2A 3NN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7404 5055
Fax:
Fax 020 7405 1551
DX:
314 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
Email:
Web:
www.9stonebuildings.com

London Bar

Set overviews: England and Wales

Insolvency, contentious trusts and probate, and property litigation are the specialisms at Chancery set 9 Stone Buildings. In recent news, Chancery and tax junior Julian Hickey joined after a stint as an associate member of Temple Tax Chambers, and commercial litigation practitioner Andrew Mace returns to the Bar after a decade as a partner in various solicitors’ practices, while Paul Wilmshurst moved to New Square Chambers. The clerks’s room, led by senior clerk Alan Austin and first junior David Clayton, is ‘always helpful, very easy to deal with, and goes the extra mile to make things work’. Offices in: London

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London Bar

Insolvency
Leading Silks

Peter Shaw QC - 9 Stone BuildingsHe has tremendous commercial acumen and is willing to work as part of a team.

Ranked: tier 1
Leading Juniors

Joseph Curl - 9 Stone BuildingsHe can argue points of black letter law with aplomb.

Ranked: tier 5

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Private client: trusts and probate
Leading Juniors

Rory Brown - 9 Stone BuildingsAvoids sitting on the fence and gives a clear and unequivocal opinion alongside practical advice on how to move forward.

Ranked: tier 4

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Property litigation
Leading Juniors

Edward Denehan - 9 Stone BuildingsProvides first-class legal advice, which is supplemented with a useful pragmatism.

Ranked: tier 3

Philip Brown - 9 Stone BuildingsA very able senior junior, who is excellent on the technical details.

Ranked: tier 5

Timothy Cowen - 9 Stone BuildingsRecommended for development disputes as well as landlord and tenant.

Ranked: tier 5

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Set overviews: England and Wales

Insolvency, contentious trusts and probate, and property litigation are the specialisms at Chancery set 9 Stone Buildings. In recent news, Chancery and tax junior Julian Hickey joined after a stint as an associate member of Temple Tax Chambers, and commercial litigation practitioner Andrew Mace returns to the Bar after a decade as a partner in various solicitors’ practices, while Paul Wilmshurst moved to New Square Chambers. The clerks’s room, led by senior clerk Alan Austin and first junior David Clayton, is ‘always helpful, very easy to deal with, and goes the extra mile to make things work’. Offices in: London

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