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Temple Garden Chambers
1 Harcourt Buildings, Temple

London Bar > Inquests and inquiries Tier 2

Temple Garden Chambers' inquest work covers deaths involving the military, prisons, health and social care, aviation, road traffic, and health and safety-related accidents. Keith Morton QC's significant experience includes the Grenfell Tower Inquiry and the Croydon Tram Disaster Inquest. At the senior-junior end, Fiona Canby's recent highlights include representing Mayor of London and TfL in the inquest into the death of Ella Adoo Kissi-Debrah, a schoolgirl who lived near the South Circular Road in Lewisham, the first inquest to find air pollution contributed to a death. Strengthening the set further,  Nicholas Moss QC took silk in 2021.

Leading Silks

Keith Morton QC - Temple Garden ChambersA very thorough and detailed barrister- Keith works diligently for his clients and is very easy to work with as part of a legal team.
Ranked: Tier 1
Andrew O'Connor QC - Temple Garden ChambersA first-class choice as counsel to the inquiry or inquests. He is immersed in the inquisitorial world, and is particularly strong in relation to cases that have a national security angle - an incredibly safe pair of hands.
Ranked: Tier 1
Cathryn McGahey QC - Temple Garden ChambersHer knowledge, abilities and expertise are real assets to cases.
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 3

2020 Silks

Dominic Adamson QC - Temple Garden ChambersVery good advocate, good tactician and great with clients.

2021 Silks

Nicholas Moss QCTemple Garden ChambersNicholas has amazing attention to detail and is always very well prepared. The way he prepares for a case really stands out in court and reflects in a positive way for the client. It is very clear that Nick is very well respected in this field, and he makes relevant and appropriate submissions that are well received by coroners, and appreciated as helpful to the court. Nick gives strong and reassuring advice to clients, and is direct and forceful when required.

Leading Juniors

Fiona Canby - Temple Garden ChambersBrings to bear an encyclopaedic knowledge of law and procedure, but able to explain this to clients at all level - very thorough and highly professional. A go-to person for complex and high-profile inquests, clients are always impressed with Fiona - definitely a silk in the making.
Ranked: Tier 2
Sian Reeves - Temple Garden ChambersClearly a confident and polished advocate. She cross-examines with forensic skill, writes clearly, compellingly and accurately, and manages the facts and the law extremely well - never fails to impress with her dedication and commitment to thorough case preparation and presentation. A class act and a consummate professional.
Ranked: Tier 4



Temple Garden have a number of good leading and senior junior counsel in this area, and they are developing a number of junior juniors with inquiry experience.

The set is an extremely competent one. Counsel are always willing to assist and provide advice on a whole host of matters.

There are some truly leading individuals in chambers.

Excellent set of chambers with an abundance of talent at all levels, from QCs to senior juniors to junior counsel, which gives me confidence when instructing any member at any level as a number of others can step in if needed.

Great set for inquests.


The clerks, in particular, are a strength of the set.

London Bar > International crime and extradition Tier 2

Temple Garden Chambers ‘has an excellent reputation in the field of international criminal law with some leading silks and juniors‘. Notable instructions include Rodney Dixon QC leading in a case in the ICC on behalf of the Uyghur groups seeking an investigation into allegations of genocide and crimes against humanity committed by a Chinese official, while Aidan Ellis is representing Saif Al-Islam Gadafi in relation to his admissibility challenge before the International Criminal Court. Karim Khan QC was appointed as the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court; he remains a member of chambers but is no longer featured in the ranking tables as he practices in that capacity. Turning to extradition work, Saoirse Townshend is an ‘incredibly capable extradition barrister‘. She represented a requested person in the lead case concerning the competence of the Polish courts to issue European Arrest Warrants following controversial changes the Polish judicial system.

Leading Silks

Rodney Dixon QC - Temple Garden ChambersVery approachable, with a razor-sharp intellect.
Ranked: Tier 2

Leading Juniors

Saoirse Townshend - Temple Garden ChambersIncredibly capable extradition barrister. She is very knowledgeable and well regarded. by the extradition world. She is always keen to argue test cases in extradition and is regularly looking for new lines of challenge.
Ranked: Tier 1
Aidan Ellis - Temple Garden ChambersHe is very experienced in cases involving human rights elements.
Ranked: Tier 2
Myles Grandison - Temple Garden ChambersAlways mining the law to develop new arguments. A genuine lateral thinker to whom some of the significant leaps in extradition law owe their genesis.
Ranked: Tier 2
Benjamin Seifert - Temple Garden ChambersHe is unafraid to explore novel arguments in extradition cases.
Ranked: Tier 2
Daniel Sternberg - Temple Garden ChambersDaniel is an incredibly bright barrister, one of the best and a true asset to the industry. He is well respected for his legal knowledge and is recommended time and time again, which speaks volumes in terms of the perception others have for him.
Ranked: Tier 2
Rhys Davies - Temple Garden ChambersRhys is a standout international lawyer. He is the go to barrister for submissions to the United Nations in complex cases.
Ranked: Tier 3
Kathryn Howarth - Temple Garden ChambersKathryn is a very experienced advocate in the field on international criminal law. She is practical and balanced, she is hard working and has good attention to factual details and a strong understanding of the legal issues.
Ranked: Tier 3
Émilie Pottle - Temple Garden ChambersA very capable advocate who is thorough in her research. Specific expertise in breaches of Article 3 ECHR arguments and always works incredibly hard by preparing regular written submissions in the face of regularly served new evidence from the International Judicial Authority.
Ranked: Tier 3



‘The set has an excellent reputation in the field of international criminal law with some leading silks and juniors.’

‘Temple Garden Chambers are very well respected for the professional and first class service they provide. There are a number of excellent barristers.’

‘Excellent depth of experience in extradition matters.’


‘All the clerks are professional and competent and work hard to accommodate us.’

‘Pragmatic, practical and hard working- go above and beyond to help.’

London Bar > Costs Tier 3

Temple Garden Chambershas carved out its own place in terms of the use of the bar for costs disputes‘ with its costs barristers sought after for both advocacy and advisory work by solicitors, litigation funders and insurers. Leading junior James Laughland has been involved in notable solicitor-client disputes, as well as advising the director of Fairlight Art Ventures on strategy for dealing with a threatened and anticipated non-party costs order in Sothebys v Mark Weiss & Fairlight Art Ventures.  Other highlights included Mark James acting for the former in Shulman v Kolomoisky, a nine-day detailed assessment of £2m bill at the SCCO.

Leading Juniors

James Laughland - Temple Garden ChambersSecond to none on the subject of legal costs, he has a huge depth of knowledge.
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 3
Matthew Waszak - Temple Garden ChambersA pragmatic individual with particular ability in relation to the more difficult and complex cases.
Ranked: Tier 4
Richard Wilkinson - Temple Garden ChambersA very experienced costs practitioner, he is a robust but sensible advocate who you want on your side.
Ranked: Tier 4



Temple Gardens has carved out its own place in terms of the use of the bar for costs disputes. They have several very knowledgeable barristers there, their online seminar last year was great, as is their newsletter.

TGC are well known for costs and we have instructed a number of other barristers there over the years.

A strong costs set of chambers that provides great costs seminars in conjunction with costs law reports.

Availability of counsel is never and issue and the breadth of counsel available, from junior through to heavyweight QC is fantastic.


A well rounded and highly professionally structured team.

Dean Norton is always charming, and Thomas Neale is very efficient.

London Bar > Health and safety Tier 3

With their ‘expertise and experience’, members of Temple Garden Chambers represents clients on a wide range of health and safety law matters, including high-profile corporate manslaughter cases, major inquests, and prosecutions under the Health and Safety at Work Act with regards to fatal and non-fatal accidents. Keith Morton QC defended a local authority in R (HSE) v London Borough of Tower Hamlets, a case concerning the death of a child caused by collapsing playground equipment. Dominic Adamson QC secured for a leave to appeal for a defendant on the basis a £1.1m fine, after an employee fell from a ladder, was given without consideration of the economic impact of Covid-19 and lockdowns.

Leading Silks

Keith Morton QC - Temple Garden ChambersKeith's strengths are in the quick assimilation of detail, transferring this into strategy and delivery of reasoned arguments both on paper and verbally. Keith is excellent in court.
Ranked: Tier 1

2020 Silks

Dominic Adamson QC - Temple Garden ChambersExcellent technical lawyer, good with clients and doesn't take bad points.

Leading Juniors

Fiona Canby - Temple Garden ChambersFiona has an excellent level of knowledge of this practice area coupled with highly professional service delivered in friendly manner. One of the leaders in this field at this level and rightly instructed in the most important cases.
Ranked: Tier 2



‘I think the set covers all bases in terms of expertise and experience. There are a number of barristers trying to work in this area as it is one of the better-paid areas of criminal law. There are few that can be said to have the excellent skill set of TGC.’

‘There is a great strength in depth from newly created QCs through excellent mid-experienced barristers.’


‘I have been well looked after by all the clerks – Keith Sharman is the one I usually deal with who has been excellent.’

‘Dean Norton and Keith Sharman are excellent.’

London Bar > Personal injury, industrial disease and insurance fraud Tier 3

Temple Garden Chambers offers ‘an abundance of talent at all levels‘, ensuring that it is seen as a ‘go-to for serious injury, catastrophic injury and fatal accident cases‘. James Arney QC recently took silk, joining such well regarded names as Jonathan Watt-Pringle QC. The chambers is also widely known for its expertise in cases where fraud is alleged; in a recent example of this, newly ranked Tim Sharpe represented the insurer AXA v Reid, in which former mixed martial artist and media personality Alexander Reid was imprisoned for eight weeks for contempt of court after falsely claiming a kickboxing champion he knew was a witness to a road traffic collision in which he was involved.

Personal injury - 2020 Silks

Personal injury - 2021 Silks

James Arney QCTemple Garden ChambersA thoughtful and compelling advocate with an analytical approach to liability and quantum. 

Insurance fraud - Leading Juniors

Charles Curtis - Temple Garden ChambersShows a pragmatic and sensible approach.
Ranked: Tier 1
Alex Glassbrook - Temple Garden ChambersMeticulous in the approach to case preparation, understands the needs of the client and ensures they are the focus throughout.
Ranked: Tier 1
Edward Hutchin - Temple Garden ChambersA go-to barrister for civil fraud claims. The best choice for cases that involve heavy detail. 
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 1
Tim Sharpe - Temple Garden ChambersAn astute barrister with keen attention to detail. 
Ranked: Tier 1
Lionel Stride - Temple Garden ChambersLionel is extremely knowledgeable, meticulous and a firm negotiator.
Ranked: Tier 1

Personal injury - Leading Juniors

James Bell - Temple Garden ChambersHe is a good negotiator who avoids grandstanding; comfortably handles difficult personalities; and focuses on achieving results.
Ranked: Tier 1
Marcus Grant - Temple Garden ChambersOne of the country's leading experts in subtle brain injury claims and chronic injury claims.
Ranked: Tier 1
Richard Wilkinson - Temple Garden ChambersRichard is a very thoughtful and diligent barrister, who prepares well and is ready to stand his ground.
Ranked: Tier 2
Peter Freeman - Temple Garden ChambersPeter is a tower of strength in complex, tricky and hard-fought cases.
Ranked: Tier 3
Paul Kilcoyne - Temple Garden ChambersUnrivalled depth of knowledge of the military and how it functions. A go-to barrister for military personal injury claims. 
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Lionel Stride - Temple Garden ChambersLionel is extremely knowledgeable, meticulous and a firm negotiator.
Ranked: Tier 3
Michael Rapp - Temple Garden ChambersMichael has the complete range of skills and ability one can hope for from a barrister, which each element seemingly as impressive as the other.
Ranked: Tier 5
Charles Curtis - Temple Garden ChambersShows a pragmatic and sensible approach.
Ranked: Tier 5



‘The set is blessed with an excellent range of barristers for serious injury.’

‘I have always been impressed with the level of junior counsel they bring through into chambers. It’s as if they have a blueprint for producing great counsel.’

‘There is a host of excellent barristers at the set.’

‘Excellent set of chambers and a go-to for serious injury, catastrophic injury and fatal accident cases. The chambers has an abundance of talent at all levels, from QC to senior juniors to junior counsel which gives me confidence when instructing any member at any level as a number of others can step in if needed.’

‘First rate. They have genuine strength in depth with many of the members being recognised as leaders in their fields.’


‘The clerks are pleasant and accommodating. Dean Norton, Keith Sharman and Nancy Rice are exceptional.’

London Bar > Immigration (including business immigration)

Leading Silks

Robin Tam QC - Temple Garden ChambersRobin is extremely intelligent and his analysis of complicated legal issues is second to none.
Ranked: Tier 1

London Bar > Public international law

London Bar > Administrative and public law (including elections)

Leading Silks

Andrew O’Connor QC - Temple Garden ChambersBright, fluent and unflappable.
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Nicholas Chapman - Temple Garden ChambersUtterly delightful and completely charming. He has made an impressive move towards doing more civil and public law work.
Ranked: Tier 4

London Bar > Professional disciplinary and regulatory law

Leading Juniors

Mary-Teresa DeignanTemple Garden Chambers 'A forensic and tenacious advocate. She is meticulous, thorough and puts her all into every case. She is indefatigable in her pursuit of obtaining the best outcome for her clients.'
Ranked: Tier 1

London Bar > Clinical negligence

Leading Juniors

Lionel Stride - Temple Garden ChambersLionel is extremely thorough with a keen eye for detail. He is excellent in conference with both clients and experts, and is a skilled negotiator.
Ranked: Tier 3
James Bell - Temple Garden ChambersJames' quick advice and tactical nous makes him an enviable barrister to have on your side.
Ranked: Tier 3

TGC is a long established and market leading common law and specialist international law set with Chambers in London and The Hague. TGC and its members have a reputation for providing first class services.

TGC has 17 Silks and 60 juniors who pride themselves on providing the highest quality advice and advocacy. Fourteen of our juniors have been appointed to the Attorney General’s Civil Panels who, together with a number of our silks, undertake work on behalf of the Crown. In addition several members are on the CPS extradition panel as well as the Equality and Human Rights Commission panel. Members of Chambers are supported by a very experienced, commercially astute and approachable clerking team.

Clinical Negligence & Professional Liability:
Chambers undertakes all areas of clinical negligence work, often in high value, complex cases. Counsel are instructed on behalf of both claimants and defendants/NHS trusts. In the recent past counsel have acted in claims arising out of obstetric and gynaecological injuries, including those resulting in maximum disability; diagnostic failures (such as compartment syndrome and false aneurysms (resulting in amputation), as well as cancer and MCL cases); negligent treatment of post-surgical infections leading to kidney failure; negligent eye and laser surgery; failure to diagnose retinal detachment; failure to convey to hospital; negligence during colorectal surgery; general practitioner negligence in failing to  refer or diagnose (such as meningitis, sepsis, encephalitis and suspected pulmonary embolism (resulting in death)); negligent nursing care of vulnerable patients in hospital; failure correctly to advise of surgical risks or alternative treatment (application of Montgomery); and diagnostic and treatment failures following urgent admissions to hospital.

Costs: Temple Garden Chambers is a leading set in the field of costs litigation. Its members regularly appear before the Senior Courts Costs Office and Regional Costs Judges, in leading cases in the higher courts, up to and including the Supreme Court, and in relation to costs disputes which follow substantial litigation (including group actions and commercial litigation). Members of the costs team are sought after for their advisory work by solicitors (from high street through to nationwide and City firms), litigation funders and insurers. We regularly advise such clients on a broad range of both litigation funding issues and in relation to points which arise in contentious litigation. Our costs barristers regularly speak at industry-wide conferences, while TGC is well known for its industry-leading costs newsletter, which boasts a substantial circulation.

Extradition: The Temple Garden Chambers extradition team bring an unrivalled wealth of experience prosecuting and defending extradition cases at all levels from the Magistrates’ Court to the Supreme Court and the CJEU. Members of the team appear on behalf of requested persons, judicial authorities, the National Crime Agency and foreign governments in some of the leading cases, including the first extradition case before the Supreme Court in 2018. Further, Counsel have experience in related matters such as judicial review, habeas corpus, mutual legal assistance and European Investigation Orders. Drawing on complementary expertise in domestic public law and international criminal law, they are excellently placed to advise and represent in extradition cases post-Brexit.

TGC have appeared in most of the Supreme Court cases concerning extradition recently, including Goluchowski v Poland [2016] UKSC 36, Konecny v Czech Republic [2019] UKSC 8 Zabalotnyi v Hungary [to be heard in February 2021]. Members are often instructed in heavy-weight requests on behalf of the US, including Sanchez v United States of America [2020] EWHC 508 (Admin), Wyatt v USA [2019] EWHC 2978 (Admin, Scott v USA [2018] EWHC 2021 (Admin) and Motiwala v USA (ongoing).

Fraud (Civil): TGC has forged a reputation as the leading set for advising and representing insurance companies in defeating fraudulent claims. This work encompasses a wide range of dishonesty, from fraud rings, staged and contrived collisions and Committals, to opportunistic claims, Low Velocity Impact and conscious exaggeration. Its members have regularly been involved in important cases that have pushed the boundaries of the law in the field, e.g. the leading case on the meaning of ‘fundamental dishonesty’ (LOCOG v Sinfield). Through its market-leading ‘Fraud Update’ newsletter its members regularly provide analysis of the law and key decisions, along with updates on the general judicial attitudes to such claims in the County Courts.

Health and safety: A team of members are at the forefront of work in this specialist area, especially advising and representing corporate and individual defendants in criminal investigations and prosecutions. Members are routinely instructed in high profile cases including the first prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 and leading cases in the Court of Appeal. Members are currently instructed on behalf of individuals and organisations in the ongoing investigations following the fire at Grenfell Tower and the collapse of Didcot Power Station.

Inquests: TGC is a leading set in the field of coronial law and inquests. Members have been instructed in virtually every high-profile inquest of recent years, and in many of the resulting judicial reviews.  We often have multiple members of Chambers instructed for different Interested Persons and/or as Counsel to the Inquest in such cases. Recent examples include the inquests into those killed in the terrorist attacks at Westminster Bridge, London Bridge and the Manchester Arena (including when the latter was converted into a public inquiry), the Shoreham Air Disaster inquests, the Salisbury Novichok attack, the Inquest into the deaths of the victims of Stephen Port and the Croydon Tram fatalities.  An increasing proportion of our instructions are for families and we have a well-established track record for advising and representing Coroners.  Our involvement in high-profile inquests goes back many years (examples include: the Tunisia inquests, the Hillsborough inquests, Vauxhall Helicopter crash, Litvinenko inquest, the 7/7 London Bombings Inquests and the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales). Members of Chambers routinely appear and advise in military, police, custodial,  workplace and RTA inquests. Our inquest work dovetails with our expertise in health and safety; prisons, personal injury, clinical negligence,  military and national security work; and large-scale public inquiries.

Inquiries: TGC is highly regarded in this field with extensive experience of virtually all major public inquiries. We have a number of members of chambers currently instructed in connection with The Grenfell Tower Inquiry, The Manchester Arena Inquiry, The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, The Undercover Police Inquiry, The Infected Blood Inquiry and The Brook House Inquiry.  In the past, members have been instructed in The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry, The Litvinenko Inquiry, The Leveson Inquiry, and The Detainee Inquiry.

Insurance: Counsel at TGC specialise in motor and property insurance, credit hire, insurance fraud, and professional and product liability insurance.

Personal injury: TGC has, for many years, been recognised as a leading set for personal injury. One of the major strengths of Chambers’ Personal Injury team stems from the balance of work undertaken:  both collectively, and as individuals, members are experienced in representing injured Claimants as well as the insurance industry. The full range of personal injury work is undertaken, ranging from multi-million pound Catastrophic Injury work, regularly handled by many of the more experienced members (including spinal injury, Traumatic Brain Injury, amputation and fatal accidents claims), through to the more straightforward fast track and Portal claims dealt with by the junior members of the team. Chambers offers genuine expertise in topical areas of medical and legal controversy such as Mild Traumatic Brain Injury claims, Chronic Pain cases, claims involving allegations of (Fundamental) Dishonesty and the admissibility of the recording of expert appointments, in addition to more niche areas including Group Litigation (such as the on-going Hillsborough Stadium claims), Sporting injury claims, Military claims, Aviation claims and CICA cases. The strength of Chambers has rightly been recognised with the successes of individual juniors winning ‘junior of the year’ at leading industry awards in recent years. Several members of the PI team also have invaluable experience in related practice areas including Costs, Product Liability, Health and Safety, Inquests, Public Inquiries, Clinical Negligence and Civil Fraud. Recent cases featuring members of Chambers include Swift v Carpenter;  Cable v London Victoria Insurance Co. Ltd;  Macdonald v Burton; Labbadia v Alitalia and Hibberd-Little v  Carlton.

Product liability: Chambers provides representation and advice on all product liability issues, both in the commercial sphere and also in bringing its expertise in injury law to bear on the multiplicity of different claims to which defective products give rise.  As well as representing accident victims, we regularly act for insurers, manufacturers, producers and retailers, both large and small.

We have individual members with experience of product liability litigation in relation to a wide range of products/industry sectors including: aviation, automotive (including relating to motor vehicles and motorcycle), sports equipment including bicycles, domestic white goods and other appliances, televisions, industrial equipment, medical equipment and implants, tobacco, and foodstuffs. Members have particular experience of explosion and fire claims.

We are able to provide counsel at all levels of seniority for work ranging from small unitary claims to high value and / or group actions in both the personal injury and commercial arena. Where necessary, Chambers can provide a full team of counsel to deal with the often challenging legal and logistical issues that large scale litigation presents. Chambers also provides advice and representation in relation to criminal prosecutions and coronial inquests related to defective products.

Public International law: Chambers specialises in all areas of international criminal law, international human rights law, international humanitarian law and international public law.  Counsel regularly act in cases at the highest levels internationally, including at the International Criminal Court, the International Court of Justice, the United Nations and in other international tribunals. Members act on behalf of governments, heads of states, international organisations, civil liberties groups and victims. Members of Chambers are also routinely instructed in interstate disputes, international prosecutions and defences, as well as in civil claims with an international component. Our premises in The Hague operates as a hub for many of our international cases.

Public law: Members of Temple Garden Chambers have extensive experience in a wide range of public law fields, with particular emphasis on national security, immigration, extradition, prison law, European law, inquests and public inquiries. Several members of Chambers are currently on the Attorney-General’s civil panels of junior counsel.

Professional Regulation and Discipline: Chambers’ team sits as legal advisors to professional disciplinary panels including the General Medical Council, General Dental Council, Nursing and Midwifery Council, General Optical Council, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and Social Work England.

Head of Chambers MORTON QC, Keith (1990) (QC-2010)
Members of Chambers PRYNNE QC, Andrew (1975) (QC-1995)
Members of Chambers JACKSON QC, Simon (1982) (QC-2003)
Members of Chambers TAM QC, Robin (1986) (QC-2006)
Members of Chambers GRIEVE QC, Dominic (1980) (QC-2008)
Members of Chambers WATT-PRINGLE QC, Jonathan (1987) (QC-2008)
Members of Chambers MACLEOD QC, Murdo (1994) (Scot) (QC-2008)
Members of Chambers KHAN QC, Karim A A (1992) (QC-2010)
Members of Chambers CAYLEY QC, Andrew (2007) (QC-2012)
Members of Chambers BARR QC, David (1993) (QC-2014)
Members of Chambers DIXON QC, Rodney (2000) (QC-2014)
Members of Chambers O'CONNOR QC, Andrew (1996) (QC-2015)
Members of Chambers McGAHEY QC, Cathryn (1990) (QC-2016)
Members of Chambers ADAMSON, Dominic (1997)
Members of Chambers BATE-WILLIAMS, John (1976)
Members of Chambers HOLDSWORTH, James (1977)
Members of Chambers ASHFORD-THOM, Ian (1977)
Members of Chambers MACPHERSON, Angus (1977)
Members of Chambers HOSKINS, William (1980)
Members of Chambers ALLIOTT, George (1981)
Members of Chambers KILCOYNE, Paul (1985)
Members of Chambers BELL, James (1987)
Members of Chambers JAMES, Mark (1987)
Member of Chambers DEIGNAN, Mary-Teresa (1991)
Members of Chambers LAUGHLAND, James (1991)
Members of Chambers CURTIS, Charles (1992)
Members of Chambers WILKINSON, Richard (1992)
Members of Chambers FREEMAN, Peter (1992)
Members of Chambers ARNEY, James (1992)
Members of Chambers GRANT, Marcus (1993)
Members of Chambers GLASSBROOK, Alexander (1995)
Members of Chambers MOSS, Nicholas (1995)
Members of Chambers HOBBS, Emma-Jane (1996)
Members of Chambers HUTCHIN, Edward (1996)
Members of Chambers McGRATH, Paul (1997)
Members of Chambers DAVIES, George (1998)
Members of Chambers CASEY, Benjamin (2000)
Members of Chambers CANBY, Fiona (2001)
Member of Chambers CHAPMAN, Nicholas (2001)
Members of Chambers RAPP, Michael (2002)
Members of Chambers SHARPE, Tim (2002)
Members of Chambers GRANDISON, Myles (2002)
Members of Chambers JONES, Louise (2004)
Members of Chambers DAVIES, Rhys (2004)
Members of Chambers ELLIS, Aidan (2005)
Members of Chambers STRIDE, Lionel (2005)
Member of Chambears HOWARTH, Kathryn (2005)
Member of Chambers STERNBERG, Daniel (2006)
Members of Chambers JOHNSON, Anthony (2006)
Members of Chambers SEIFERT, Benjamin (2007)
Members of Chambers HUGHES, Joanna (2007)
Members of Chambers NUGENT, Helen (2007)
Members of Chambers PRICE, Emma (2007)
Members of Chambers REEVES, Sian (2006)
Member of Chambers POTTLE, Emilie (2008)
Members of Chambers WHITE, David R (2009)
Members of Chambers TOWNSHEND, Saoirse (2010)
Members of Chambers IRWIN, William (2010)
Members of Chambers NORTHEY, Emma (2009)
Members of Chambers HENRY, James (2010)
Members of Chambers WILSDON, Emily (2011)
Members of Chambers LENANTON, Anthony (2011)
Members of Chambers BOYLE, Richard (2012)
Members of Chambers TAYLOR, Piers (2012)
Members of Chambers WASZAK, Matthew (2012)
Members of Chambers ROBERTSON, Ellen (2013)
Members of Chambers GALLAGHER, Elizabeth (2014)
Members of Chambers YAPP, James (2014)
Members of Chambers RIDDELL, Robert (2015)
Members of Chambers WELLS, Juliet (2016)
Members of Chambers WAKEMAN, Harriet (2017)
Members of Chambers ROSENSTROM, Olivia (2018)
Member of Chambers ERDUNAST, Paul (2018)
Member of Chambers HOPKINS, Russell (20018)
Member of Chambers PETO, Harry (2019)
Member of Chambers DOBBS, Nicholas (2020)
Senior clerk Dean Norton
Joint first junior clerk Nancy Rice
Joint first junior clerk Keith Sharman
Dominic Adamson  photo Dominic Adamson Barrister specialising in personal injury with a special interest in sports claims,…
George Alliott  photo George Alliott Barrister specialising in tort (personal injury, professional negligence and nuisance); employment, including…
James Arney  photo James Arney James has an exclusively Personal Injury practice, split evenly between Claimant and…
Ian Ashford-Thom  photo Ian Ashford-Thom Barrister specialising in a wide range of civil work including personal injury,…
David Barr photo David BarrBarrister specialising in personal injury, employment, health & safety, tort, contract, inquests,…
John Bate-Williams  photo John Bate-Williams Barrister – general common law, with heavy emphasis on personal injury work…
James Bell  photo James Bell Senior barrister practising predominantly in the fields of personal injury, clinical negligence,…
Richard Boyle  photo Richard Boyle
Simon Browne photo Simon BrowneBarrister specialising in catastrophic personal injury cases; costs; sports law.
Fiona Canby  photo Fiona Canby Inquests, health and safety, personal injury. Cases include the Sean Cunningham inquest…
Benjamin Casey  photo Benjamin Casey Ben has a busy common law practice representing both claimants and defendants.…
Nicholas Chapman  photo Nicholas Chapman Nicholas Chapman has a broad practice with an emphasis on public and…
Charles Curtis  photo Charles Curtis Barrister specialising in personal injury (claimant and defendant); employers’ liability, including factory…
George Davies  photo George Davies General common law, including personal injury, insurance fraud and regulatory work. He…
Rhys Davies  photo Rhys Davies Rhys is an experienced international criminal law and human rights law practitioner,…
Rodney Dixon photo Rodney DixonRodney Dixon combines a practice at the national and international levels in…
Aidan Ellis  photo Aidan Ellis Aidan has built a practice representing clients at international courts and tribunals.…
Peter Freeman  photo Peter Freeman
Elizabeth Gallagher  photo Elizabeth Gallagher
Alexander Glassbrook  photo Alexander Glassbrook Alex Glassbrook is a road transport law specialist whose practice includes the…
Myles Grandison  photo Myles Grandison Crime – Leading juniors Extradition Immigration Professional Discipline Public Law
Marcus Grant  photo Marcus Grant Marcus is ranked as a ‘Star Individual’ Personal Injury Junior Barrister in…
Dominic Grieve photo Dominic GrieveBarrister specialising in health and safety and pollution, and personal injury; cases…
James Henry  photo James Henry James enjoys a diverse common law practice, with particular focus on personal…
Emma-Jane Hobbs  photo Emma-Jane Hobbs Barrister specialising in personal injury, statutory undertakers and employers liability, clinical and…
James Holdsworth  photo James Holdsworth Practice areas: personal injury; professional negligence; insurance.
William Hoskins  photo William Hoskins Practice consists principally of personal injury, clinical negligence, coronial work (both judicial…
Joanna Hughes  photo Joanna Hughes
Edward Hutchin  photo Edward Hutchin Personal injury: specialises in road traffic, accidents at work and public liability…
William Irwin  photo William Irwin William Irwin has spent the past year working as junior counsel on…
Mark James  photo Mark James Barrister with extensive experience in insurance-backed litigation including personal injury, insurance contract…
Anthony Johnson  photo Anthony Johnson
Louise Jones  photo Louise Jones
Karim Khan photo Karim KhanKarim combines a practice at the national and international levels in public…
Paul Kilcoyne  photo Paul Kilcoyne A well recognised and respected senior junior at the London Common Law…
James Laughland  photo James Laughland James’ practice is predominantly involved with personal injury litigation, issues concerning fraud…
Anthony Lenanton  photo Anthony Lenanton Personal injury; public law; police law; immigration, asylum and nationality law; inquests…
Angus Macpherson  photo Angus Macpherson Barrister specialising in common law work including personal injury, clinical and professional…
Cathryn Mcgahey photo Cathryn McgaheyMember of Attorney-General’s A Panel (Civil), Welsh government A Panel and Attorney-General’s…
Paul Mcgrath  photo Paul Mcgrath Barrister specialising in insurance law and insurance fraud (particularly motor), consumer law,…
Keith Morton photo Keith MortonInquest, public inquiries, health and safety law and related proceedings. Health and…
Nicholas Moss  photo Nicholas Moss Nick Moss specialises in inquests and public inquiries. He has appeared in…
Emma Northey  photo Emma Northey
Helen Nugent  photo Helen Nugent
Andrew O Andrew O"connor
Andrew Prynne photo Andrew PrynneBarrister with a speciality in product liability, product safety, personal injury, sale…
Michael Rapp  photo Michael Rapp Personal injury, health and safety, road traffic related crime, credit hire, costs,…
Sian Reeves  photo Sian Reeves Barrister specialising in: costs; coroners and inquests; general civil; public law; personal…
Robert Riddell  photo Robert Riddell Practice Areas Civil Fraud Clinical Negligence Costs Credit Hire Health & Safety…
Ellen Robertson  photo Ellen Robertson Barrister practising in personal injury law, motor fraud, inquests and costs. Called…
Benjamin Seifert  photo Benjamin Seifert Benjamin is a specialist extradition and public law practitioner. He has appeared…
Tim Sharpe  photo Tim Sharpe Specialises in personal injury claims representing both claimants and defendants; work includes…
Mr Daniel Sternberg photo Mr Daniel SternbergDaniel is a specialist extradition, immigration and public law practitioner at Temple…
Lionel Stride  photo Lionel Stride Lionel has a High Court and multi-track practice specialising in personal injury,…
Robin Tam photo Robin TamBarrister specialising in administrative and public law/judicial review, immigration/asylum, nationality, human rights,…
Piers Taylor  photo Piers Taylor
Harriet Wakeman  photo Harriet Wakeman Barrister
Matthew Waszak  photo Matthew Waszak Barrister: personal injury, consumer credit (credit hire), motor fraud, costs, employment, inquests…
Jonathan Watt-Pringle photo Jonathan Watt-PringleFor many years the main focus of Jonathan Watt-Pringle’s practice has been…
David White  photo David White David has significant experience across a range of complementary areas of Chambers’…
Richard Wilkinson  photo Richard Wilkinson Richard specialises in high value and complex personal injury litigation and costs…
Emily Wilsdon  photo Emily Wilsdon Personal injury and fatal accidents, health and safety, coroners and inquests, public…
James Yapp  photo James Yapp