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Temple Garden Chambers
1 Harcourt Buildings, Temple

London Bar > Inquests and inquiries Tier 2

With vast coronial law experience, Temple Garden Chambers‘ members represent bereaved families, individuals, public bodies, government departments and corporate entities in inquests; and the set’s experience covers military, prison, detention centre, police, aviation, and health and safety-related deaths. The Chambers’ barristers also act for a broad range of core participants and witnesses in major inquiries. A former member of the Attorney General’s A Panel, Keith Morton KC‘s significant experience includes the Shoreham Air Disaster Inquests and Inquests into the London Bombings; and senior junior Kathryn Howarth is currently instructed for the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry.

Leading Silks

Keith Morton KCTemple Garden ChambersA great barrister who is highly effective. ’
Ranked: Tier 1
Andrew O’Connor KCTemple Garden ChambersAndrew is a calm and persuasive advocate. He is a go to counsel for national security-type inquiries and inquests. He can cut through complex issues with ease and ensures he explains things clearly to clients.
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 1
Dominic Adamson KCTemple Garden ChambersDominic’s strengths are in his advocacy and his ability to communicate with clients in very harrowing cases. Dominic’s advocacy is clear, firm, concise and to the point. He also works brilliantly under pressure and is unflappable. Clients love him.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3

2021 Silks

Nicholas Moss KCTemple Garden ChambersThe best witness handler in this field by a long way. Nick is incredibly thorough, clever, able to handle the largest and most difficult of cases whether on his own or leading a team, and always has the respect of the court. One of the top silks in this field.

Leading Juniors

Fiona CanbyTemple Garden ChambersFiona is a go-to barrister for inquest work. She is very dedicated and always on top of the detail of even the most complex cases. She is approachable and very good with clients. Highly recommended.
Ranked: Tier 2
Katherine Howarth – Temple Garden ChambersA well-regarded member of the government panel and good with witnesses. ’
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Nicholas Chapman – Temple Garden ChambersVery quick turnaround, and pragmatic, sensible advice. Nicholas thinks through various unintended consequences and potential problems. ’
Ranked: Tier 5
Saoirse TownshendTemple Garden ChambersFearless approach to her oral advocacy. Very good on paper too. Bright, able and an ability to hold the attention of her audience. ’
Ranked: Tier 5
Richard Boyle – Temple Garden ChambersThorough, hardworking and clever, Richard is one of the best juniors out there in this field. One to watch.’
Ranked: Tier 5
Ellen Robertson – Temple Garden ChambersEllen is a marvellously impressive barrister. She has an encyclopaedic knowledge of inquest law, is a superb advocate, and works extraordinarily hard. She will become one of the leaders at the Bar. ’
Ranked: Tier 5
Zeenat Islam  - Temple Garden Chambers  ‘Highly skilled in terms of her advocacy. With a friendly and approachable persona, she has a natural way of putting the bereaved and survivors at ease before giving evidence. Zeenat is a calm advocate who does not falter under pressure; and is a good team-player who quickly builds strong relationships with those around her. She is also able to explain tasks clearly in order to get the best support from her team. ’
Ranked: Tier 5



‘A strong set for inquest and inquiry work.’

‘Temple Garden Chambers has a good track record of acting in inquests and inquiries, going back many years now.’

‘I am a big fan of this set and they have a wide portfolio of barristers who can be trusted with the client’s work.’

‘A very strong set in this area. Numerous leading silks and established juniors. It is no exaggeration to say it is involved in all high profile inquests.’

‘The set continues to have a number of barristers with considerable expertise in inquests and inquiries, particularly those who act for government bodies.’


‘Dean Norton is very approachable and experienced.’

London Bar > International crime and extradition Tier 2

Temple Garden Chambers is well known for handling cases before the International Criminal Court, and the team’s client base includes governments, political leaders, companies and NGOs. Recent instructions include the ‘intelligent and committed‘ Saoirse Townshend acting in Bazys and Besan v Lithuania, a lead case concerning concerning prison conditions in Lithuania. Other key juniors include ‘hard-working junior‘ and extradition specialist Myles Grandison. A recent case for Juliet Wells was representing the requested person in Biskupski v Poland, an appeal revolving around historic offences in Poland for which the client was convicted in 2017. Karim Khan KC, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, retains his membership of chambers.

Rising stars

Juliet Wells – Temple Garden Chambers ‘Juliet is a very impressive barrister. Her work ethic, legal analysis and intelligence are incredible.’
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Saoirse TownshendTemple Garden Chambers ‘She is an intelligent and committed advocate.’    
Ranked: Tier 1
Ranked: Tier 2
Myles GrandisonTemple Garden Chambers ‘A hard working junior who knows extradition law inside and out.’    
Ranked: Tier 2
Benjamin SeifertTemple Garden Chambers ‘Benjamin is very conscientious, well prepared and diligent. He is enthusiastic and passionate about his field of law.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Émilie PottleTemple Garden Chambers ‘She is an intelligent and tenacious barrister.'
Ranked: Tier 3
Rhys DaviesTemple Garden Chambers ‘A stand out barrister in international criminal law.’
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3



‘A good extradition set with excellent barristers.’   

‘Excellent and dynamic extradition team.’

‘Excellent extradition team; the depth of their collective knowledge demonstrated in their book ‘Practical Guide to Extradition Law Post-Brexit’.

‘They are true experts in this area and the set has a good range of senior and junior barristers.’

‘TGC Chambers is renowned for their expertise in the field of extradition.’


‘Very friendly and helpful.’    

London Bar > Health and safety Tier 3

With ‘great depth in health and safety‘, Temple Garden Chambers‘ team is regularly instructed in corporate manslaughter cases and high-profile health and safety prosecutions under the Health and Safety at Work Act. The ‘wise and impressive advocateKeith Morton KC acted on a waste management company alleged to have caused the death of a traffic marshal at the BBC Television Centre site during construction work. Dominic Adamson KC is acting on the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, representing the Local Authority Building Control responsible for certifying cladding products in relation to Module 2 and 6. Fiona Canby is also active in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, advising the tower’s main contractor, Rydon Maintenance Limited in a criminal investigation relating to the fire.

Leading Silks

Keith Morton KCTemple Garden ChambersHe is brilliant at taking in huge amounts of information. Processes information into a coherent, logical argument. Very good with clients.'
Ranked: Tier 1
Dominic Adamson KCTemple Garden ChambersA strong advocate, tactically brilliant and able to get to the main issues quickly.'  
Ranked: Tier 2

Leading Juniors

Fiona CanbyTemple Garden ChambersVery able advocate. She is liked by clients and solicitors for her court presence and informality of approach.
Ranked: Tier 2



A strong regulatory set.

TGC has great depth in health and safety.

TGC is a go to set for H&S and inquests.


The clerks always go out of their way to find a solution and ensure counsel availability.

Helpful and approachable.

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

Temple Garden Chambers is known as a ‘good set for high-value personal injury work’ and has a strong reputation for having ‘well-regarded silks and a particularly impressive line up of senior juniors’. Jonathan Watt-Pringle KC is described as ‘fantastic’ and acts on consistently high-value catastrophic cases, a recent example acting in defence of the BBC on the high-profile case of Stansfield v BBC, wherein a traumatic head injury suffered by a presenter as part of multiple crash-test stunts for the Bang Goes the Theory television series; the case involved complex factors of contributory negligence. In addition, as regards the juniors, Anthony Johnson notably successfully represented the defendant alongside Simon Browne KC in the Court of Appeal case Seabrook v Adam, in which Part 36 offers were discussed; the court accepted that a Part 36 offer had to be appraised in the context of the surrounding circumstances of the proceedings and confirmed that Part 36 offers in relation to liability only will not apply in cases where liability has already been conceded. Insurance fraud specialists in the set include Edward Hutchin and ‘accomplished advocate’ Tim Sharpe.

Leading Silks

Jonathan Watt-Pringle KCTemple Garden Chambers ‘Fantastic advocacy skills, keeps very calm under fire, is super bright with excellent judgement.’      
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 4

2021 Silks

James Arney KCTemple Garden Chambers 'His strengths are in his thoroughness of preparation, knowledge of every aspect of the case, tactical astuteness and the clarity of his advice.'

Personal injury - Leading Juniors

James BellTemple Garden Chambers ‘James is a top-drawer senior junior. He is both a skilful advocate and an engaging negotiator.'
Ranked: Tier 1
Marcus GrantTemple Garden Chambers ‘Marcus is a silk in all but name. He has been one of a handful of the very top juniors at the PI bar for years.'
Ranked: Tier 1
Richard WilkinsonTemple Garden Chambers 'A well-regarded junior.'  
Ranked: Tier 2
James LaughlandTemple Garden Chambers ‘James is one of the best for attention-to-detail.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Lionel StrideTemple Garden Chambers ‘Lionel’s attention-to-detail in the preparation of documents is exceptional.’
Ranked: Tier 2
Peter FreemanTemple Garden Chambers ‘First-class with both insurance clients and insureds and is excellent at strategizing commercially.’      
Ranked: Tier 3
Paul KilcoyneTemple Garden Chambers ‘Paul instils confidence in clients and has a truly empathetic approach which doesn't go unnoticed.'
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Tim Sharpe  – Temple Garden ChambersTim is astute and has a keen attention-to-detail and provides commercial yet robust advice.’      
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Ranked: Tier 4
Anthony Johnson – Temple Garden Chambers ‘Anthony has a reputation for fearless and forceful advocacy, persuading courts to make findings of fundamental dishonesty on a regular basis.’
Ranked: Tier 5
Emma-Jane Hobbs Temple Garden Chambers ‘Emma-Jane is a strong advocate in court, good on paperwork and has a knack of building a rapport with clients.’
Ranked: Tier 5
Michael RappTemple Garden Chambers ‘Astute, pragmatic, realistic and knows what will work.'
Ranked: Tier 5



‘This set of barristers and clerks are the best. They make me look good because they do such a great job.’

‘A great set  with a wide variety of styles at different levels to suit most tastes.’ 

‘Temple Garden Chambers is an excellent set and has an abundance of talent at all levels in personal injury. I instruct from junior juniors to leading counsel on varied value cases, and I am confident in being able to instruct multiple counsel at all levels. ‘     

‘A good, solid broad-based PI and employment set with plenty of depth and strength in these areas.’      

‘Temple Garden Chambers are a very good set for high-value personal injury work, with some well-regarded silks and a particularly impressive line up of senior juniors.’      


The Clerks play a massive part in the popularity of this set.

Work highlights

    London Bar > Costs Tier 4

    A longstanding figure in costs law, Temple Garden Chambers fields a team that is sought after for advisory work by solicitors, litigation funders and insurers. Members regularly assist with a broad range of both litigation funding issues and points of costs law arising in litigation. Senior junior Mark James has acted in some of the leading cases on champerty, solicitors’ retainers and other solicitor-client disputes, and fellow experienced costs expert James Laughland has advised on the recent leading cases concerning the assessment and recoverability of additional liabilities.

    Leading Juniors

    Ranked: Tier 1
    Ranked: Tier 3
    Richard WilkinsonTemple Garden ChambersFantastic advocate, able to ready judges exceptionally well, able to provide clear well balanced advice, but not frightened to stick his neck out.
    Ranked: Tier 4



    ‘Extremely professional, understand the needs of the lay client and that of solicitors, always willing to go above and beyond expectations.’

    ‘Over the years I have instructed various members at Temple Garden Chambers, and always considered them to be a very knowledgeable set for costs matters and that there have always been a good selection of counsel specialising in this area.’


    ‘Fantastic clerks, able to build strong relationships and friendships.’

    ‘Nancy Rice and Dean Norton are both excellent, helpful and accommodating.’

    Work highlights

      London Bar > Administrative law and human rights

      Rising stars

      Juliet Wells – Temple Garden Chambers ‘Juliet’s advice is clear and thorough. Her written submissions are excellent.’
      Ranked: Tier 1

      Leading Silks

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

      Leading Juniors

      Nicholas ChapmanTemple Garden ChambersUtterly delightful and completely charming. He has made an impressive move towards doing more civil and public law work.
      Ranked: Tier 3

      London Bar > Immigration (including business immigration)

      London Bar > Public international law

      London Bar > Professional disciplinary and regulatory law

      Leading Juniors

      Mary-Teresa DeignanTemple Garden ChambersMary-Teresa is quick thinking and solution focussed. Mary-Teresa’s analytical skills are exceptional.
      Ranked: Tier 1

      London Bar > Clinical negligence

      Leading Juniors

      James BellTemple Garden Chambers ‘James is a top-drawer senior junior. He is both a skilful advocate and an engaging negotiator. His calming demeanour means that he is able to reassure the most anxious of catastrophically injured claimants.'    
      Ranked: Tier 3
      Lionel StrideTemple Garden ChambersLionel is an excellent advocate who elegantly puts forward his clients case and can quickly adapt to changing circumstances on his feet.'
      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.

      Work undertaken
      Clinical negligence and 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, eg 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 KC, Keith (1990) (KC-2010)
      Members of Chambers PRYNNE KC, Andrew (1975) (KC-1995)
      Members of Chambers JACKSON KC, Simon (1982) (KC-2003)
      Members of Chambers TAM KC, Robin (1986) (KC-2006)
      Members of Chambers GRIEVE KC, Dominic (1980) (KC-2008)
      Members of Chambers MACLEOD KC, Murdo (1994) (Scot) (KC-2008)
      Members of Chambers KHAN KC, Karim A A (1992) (KC-2010)
      Members of Chambers CAYLEY KC, Andrew (2007) (KC-2012)
      Members of Chambers BARR KC, David (1993) (KC-2014)
      Members of Chambers DIXON KC, Rodney (2000) (KC-2014)
      Members of Chambers O'CONNOR KC, Andrew (1996) (KC-2015)
      Members of Chambers McGAHEY KC, Cathryn (1990) (KC-2016)
      Members of Chambers ADAMSON KC, Dominic (1997) (KC-2020)
      Members of Chambers ARNEY KC, James (1992) (KC-2021)
      Members of Chambers MOSS KC, Nicholas (1995) (KC 2021)
      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 GRANT, Marcus (1993)
      Members of Chambers GLASSBROOK, Alexander (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)
      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 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 LENANTON, Anthony (2011)
      Members of Chambers BOYLE, Richard (2012)
      Members of Chambers TAYLOR, Piers (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)
      Member of Chambers WALKER, Daniel (2015)
      Member of Chambers GILCHRIST, Harriet (2016)
      Members of Chambers WELLS, Juliet (2016)
      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)
      Member of Chambers KASSAMALI, Anisa (2020)
      Member of Chambers CORBY, Grace (2021)
      Member of Chambers BATES, Sebastian (2021)
      Senior clerk Dean Norton
      Joint first junior clerk Nancy Rice
      Joint first junior clerk Keith Sharman
      Dominic Adamson photo Dominic AdamsonBarrister specialising in personal injury with a special interest in sports claims,…
      George Alliott photo George AlliottBarrister specialising in tort (personal injury, professional negligence and nuisance); employment, including…
      James Arney photo James ArneyJames has an exclusively Personal Injury practice, split evenly between Claimant and…
      Ian Ashford-Thom photo Ian Ashford-ThomBarrister 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-WilliamsBarrister – general common law, with heavy emphasis on personal injury work…
      Sebastian Bates photo Sebastian Bates
      James Bell photo James BellSenior barrister practising predominantly in the fields of personal injury, clinical negligence,…
      Richard Boyle photo Richard Boyle
      Fiona Canby photo Fiona CanbyInquests, health and safety, personal injury. Cases include the Sean Cunningham inquest…
      Benjamin Casey photo Benjamin CaseyBen has a busy common law practice representing both claimants and defendants.…
      Nicholas Chapman photo Nicholas ChapmanNicholas Chapman has a broad practice with an emphasis on public and…
      Grace Corby photo Grace Corby
      Charles Curtis photo Charles CurtisBarrister specialising in personal injury (claimant and defendant); employers’ liability, including factory…
      Rhys Davies photo Rhys DaviesRhys is an experienced international criminal law and human rights law practitioner,…
      George Davies photo George DaviesGeneral common law, including personal injury, insurance fraud and regulatory work. He…
      Mary-Teresa Deignan photo Mary-Teresa Deignan
      Rodney Dixon photo Rodney DixonRodney Dixon combines a practice at the national and international levels in…
      Nicholas Dobbs photo Nicholas Dobbs
      Aidan Ellis photo Aidan EllisAidan has built a practice representing clients at international courts and tribunals.…
      Paul Erdunast photo Paul Erdunast
      Peter Freeman photo Peter Freeman
      Elizabeth Gallagher photo Elizabeth Gallagher
      Harriet Gilchrist photo Harriet Gilchrist
      Alexander Glassbrook photo Alexander GlassbrookAlex Glassbrook is a road transport law specialist whose practice includes the…
      Myles Grandison photo Myles GrandisonCrime – Leading juniors Extradition Immigration Professional Discipline Public Law
      Marcus Grant photo Marcus GrantMarcus 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 HenryJames enjoys a diverse common law practice, with particular focus on personal…
      Emma-Jane Hobbs photo Emma-Jane HobbsBarrister specialising in personal injury, statutory undertakers and employers liability, clinical and…
      James Holdsworth photo James HoldsworthPractice areas: personal injury; professional negligence; insurance.
      Russell Hopkins photo Russell Hopkins
      William Hoskins photo William HoskinsPractice consists principally of personal injury, clinical negligence, coronial work (both judicial…
      Kathryn Howarth photo Kathryn Howarth
      Joanna Hughes photo Joanna Hughes
      Edward Hutchin photo Edward HutchinPersonal injury: specialises in road traffic, accidents at work and public liability…
      William Irwin photo William IrwinWilliam Irwin has spent the past year working as junior counsel on…
      Zeenat Islam photo Zeenat Islam
      Mark James photo Mark JamesBarrister with extensive experience in insurance-backed litigation including personal injury, insurance contract…
      Anthony Johnson photo Anthony Johnson
      Louise Jones photo Louise Jones
      Anisa Kassamali photo Anisa Kassamali
      Karim Khan photo Karim KhanKarim combines a practice at the national and international levels in public…
      Paul Kilcoyne photo Paul KilcoyneA well recognised and respected senior junior at the London Common Law…
      James Laughland photo James LaughlandJames’ practice is predominantly involved with personal injury litigation, issues concerning fraud…
      Anthony Lenanton photo Anthony LenantonPersonal injury; public law; police law; immigration, asylum and nationality law; inquests…
      Angus Macpherson photo Angus MacphersonBarrister 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 McgrathBarrister 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 MossNick 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
      Harry Peto photo Harry Peto
      Emilie Pottle photo Emilie Pottle
      Rochelle Powell photo Rochelle Powell
      Andrew Prynne photo Andrew PrynneBarrister with a speciality in product liability, product safety, personal injury, sale…
      Michael Rapp photo Michael RappPersonal injury, health and safety, road traffic related crime, credit hire, costs,…
      Sian Reeves photo Sian ReevesBarrister specialising in: costs; coroners and inquests; general civil; public law; personal…
      Robert Riddell photo Robert RiddellPractice Areas Civil Fraud Clinical Negligence Costs Credit Hire Health & Safety…
      Ellen Robertson photo Ellen RobertsonBarrister practising in personal injury law, motor fraud, inquests and costs. Called…
      Olivia Rosenstrom photo Olivia Rosenstrom
      Benjamin Seifert photo Benjamin SeifertBenjamin is a specialist extradition and public law practitioner. He has appeared…
      Tim Sharpe photo Tim SharpeSpecialises in personal injury claims representing both claimants and defendants; work includes…
      Lionel Stride photo Lionel StrideLionel 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
      Saoirse Townshend photo Saoirse Townshend
      Daniel Walker photo Daniel Walker
      Juliet Wells photo Juliet Wells
      David White photo David WhiteDavid has significant experience across a range of complementary areas of Chambers’…
      Richard Wilkinson photo Richard WilkinsonRichard specialises in high value and complex personal injury litigation and costs…
      James Yapp photo James Yapp