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2 Temple Gardens

London Bar > Travel law (including jurisdictional issues) Tier 1

2 Temple Gardens is ‘top of the line for defendant travel work’ and ‘involved in most of the leading cases’. For example, Marie Louise Kinsler QC has been acting on the Supreme Court case involving the late Sir Ian Brownlie alongside rising star Alistair Mackenzie. Meanwhile, Charles Dougherty QC acted for CNN in a multi-jurisdictional claim brought by a reporter who suffered an accident while working in the Middle East.

Rising stars

Alistair Mackenzie - 2 Temple GardensA potential star of the future: an excellent junior confidently handling work beyond his level of call.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Silks

Charles Dougherty QC - 2 Temple GardensCharles' knowledge of private international law and product liability is encyclopedic.
Ranked: Tier 1
Marie Louise Kinsler QC - 2 Temple GardensThe undoubted star of the travel Bar.
Ranked: Tier 1
Benjamin Browne QC - 2 Temple GardensHis in-depth knowledge of travel law and PI make him the go-to silk for accidents abroad.
Ranked: Tier 2
Howard Palmer QC - 2 Temple GardensHe always fights hard in his client's interest.
Ranked: Tier 2

2022 Silks

Lucy Wyles QC2 Temple GardensA fluent French speaker with good knowledge of French law.

Leading Juniors

Meghann McTague - 2 Temple GardensVery personable and excellent with clients.
Ranked: Tier 2
Anna Hughes - 2 Temple GardensA brilliant advocate with a very impressive travel practice.
Ranked: Tier 3



‘2TG are one of our “Go To” chambers, and have been for many years. The fact that there is choice out there is in itself saying something – we consider 2TG to stand out amongst the crowd.’

‘We have been getting excellent service from this set and therefore keep coming back. Second to none in this area.’

‘2 Temple Gardens have a clear reputation in the market for quality on travel law and jurisdictional issues.’

‘2TG is the only Chamber with whom I work and this is because they are, in my opinion, the best chamber in the City to deal with travel litigation cases.’


‘Lee Tyler is nothing short of exceptional. He and his team go above and beyond to provide the best possible service and are working around the clock to make sure the client’s needs are met.’

‘A great team who are led in a confident and reassuring manner by Lee Tyler.All the clerks are helpful and efficient. Ollie Gillen-Smith gets a special mention.’

London Bar > Clinical negligence Tier 2

2 Temple Gardens stands out for its 'wealth of talent in clinical negligence covering all levels of seniority'. At silk level, Sarah Vaughan Jones QC is 'a master of her art'; Michael de Navarro QC's 'experience is unparalleled'; Benjamin Browne QC has 'exceptional client handling skills'; and Bradley Martin QC is 'brilliant; extremely clever and great to work with'. At the junior end, Anna Hughes successfully represented the defendant in a case arising from alleged failure to diagnose and treat actinomycosis. In another matter, Robert Cumming is acting as sole counsel for the defendant in Collyer v Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust, a case concerning allegedly negligent laryngectomy surgery.

Leading Silks

Sarah Vaughan Jones QC - 2 Temple GardensSarah is in a league of her own. She excels at cutting through complex medical issues concerning liability, and is equally brilliant at quantum issues.
Ranked: Tier 1
Michael de Navarro QC - 2 Temple GardensHe is a force to be reckoned with. He is charming and easy to engage with, and witnesses and experts always warm to him.
Ranked: Tier 2
Benjamin Browne QC - 2 Temple GardensBenjamin has the ability to explain difficult concepts simply but with complete authority.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4
Bradley Martin QC - 2 Temple GardensA silk with a lot of gravitas. He brings a wealth of experience to the table.
Ranked: Tier 4
Martin Porter QC - 2 Temple GardensA top-notch negotiator.
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Anna Hughes - 2 Temple GardensShe demonstrates meticulous preparation, as well as excellent advocacy and tactics, in order to achieve the best result for the client.
Ranked: Tier 1
Helen Wolstenholme - 2 Temple GardensHer calm and thorough approach makes her highly regarded with clients, and she has a great mind for quantum issues.
Ranked: Tier 3
Andrew Bershadski - 2 Temple GardensAndrew is highly intelligent and highly organised. An excellent advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3
Robert Cumming - 2 Temple GardensRobert is a passionate and tenacious litigator - he loves a challenge and is very innovative.
Ranked: Tier 3
Roger Harris - 2 Temple GardensA bright junior who is prepared to argue difficult points.
Ranked: Tier 4



2 Temple Gardens has a wealth of talent in clinical negligence covering all levels of seniority.

Highly recommended for clinical negligence.

This is a particularly strong set with some excellent individual barristers.

2TG is a fantastic set and has some of the best barristers in the field of clinical negligence.

The set has an enviable group of rising stars among the juniors.


Lee Tyler is well regarded around the Temple for his management of a highly effective clerking team.

London Bar > Personal injury, industrial disease and insurance fraud Tier 2

Noted for its 'strong reputation and intellectual prowess', 2 Temple Gardens continues to stand out as a 'go-to in terms of all cross-border matters', and is also marked out as 'very strong in defendant work and in cases concerning fraud'. In a recent example of the set's expertise in international work, Andrew Bershadski and Robert Cumming acted on opposing sides in the Court of Appeal case Kadie Kalma v African Minerals Limited, a group action brought by 142 residents of Sierra Leone in relation to injuries sustained at the hands of the local police which, according to the claimants, a mining company was vicariously liable for.  Another highlight sees Niazi Fetto representing the defendant in the serious abuse case of GDH v Department for Health & Social Care, which concerns British children sent from institutions to South Rhodesia (as was) and Australia in the 1950s and 60s, where they were abused.

Leading Silks

Benjamin Browne QC - 2 Temple GardensHe is a giant in the field. He knows the law inside out and is very effective in conference.
Ranked: Tier 1
Marie Louise Kinsler QC - 2 Temple GardensShe brings an unrivalled knowledge of private international law to the complex area of personal injury cases where questions of jurisdiction and applicable law arise.
Ranked: Tier 2
Martin Porter QC - 2 Temple GardensMartin has carved out a niche for himself as a top bicycle accident silk - he argues difficult points fearlessly and is inventive in his approach to litigation. 
Ranked: Tier 4

2022 Silks

Lucy Wyles QC2 Temple GardensLucy is very knowledgeable but also very approachable – she takes no time at all getting up to speed and gets to the point in the quickest time possible. 
Rehana Azib QC2 Temple GardensIncredibly bright, astute and able to understand the intricacies of complex legal points as well as the wider needs of the clients.

Industrial disease - Leading Juniors

John McDonald - 2 Temple GardensOn his feet John is ferocious even when dealing with the most complex of issues.
Ranked: Tier 1

Insurance fraud - Leading Juniors

Henry Morton Jack - 2 Temple GardensA go-to for liability-disputed personal injury cases (both EL/PL and motor). 
Ranked: Tier 1
Anastasia Karseras - 2 Temple GardensEloquent and highly persuasive, as well as close to omniscient when it comes to technical fraud matters. 
Ranked: Tier 1

Personal injury - Leading Juniors

Christopher Russell - 2 Temple GardensPreparation and attention to detail are second to none and counsel's negotiating skills are out of this world. 
Ranked: Tier 1
Niazi Fetto - 2 Temple GardensA most impressive lawyer and advocate, who has a calm and reassuring presence but is never slow to point out a potential problem and offer a solution. 
Ranked: Tier 2
Roger Harris - 2 Temple GardensHighly intelligent but remains pragmatic and clear.
Ranked: Tier 3
Anna Hughes - 2 Temple GardensAnna instinctively knows the best points to take. She is a skilled advocate who consistently delivers excellent results.
Ranked: Tier 4
Henry Morton Jack - 2 Temple GardensA go-to for liability-disputed personal injury cases (both EL/PL and motor). 
Ranked: Tier 5
Anastasia Karseras - 2 Temple GardensEloquent and highly persuasive, as well as close to omniscient when it comes to technical fraud matters. 
Ranked: Tier 5
Meghann McTague - 2 Temple GardensVery clever, able to cut through a mass of detail to what matters, super-reliable and efficient, a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 5
Helen Wolstenholme2 Temple GardensHelen is an excellent advocate; knowledgeable and articulate.
Ranked: Tier 5
Ranked: Tier 5
Robert Cumming - 2 Temple GardensImpressive and innovative - a strong advocate, a strategic and tactical genius and a practical and exceptional lawyer. 
Ranked: Tier 5



‘2TG are a great chambers and they are a go-to in terms of all cross border matters. A pleasure to work with.’

‘Huge strength in depth both at QC and junior level. Very strong in defendant work and in cases concerning fraud.’

‘They have a strong reputation in the PI world.’

‘They offer a wide range of excellent personal injury and insurance practitioners, offering expertise across the board. They have strength in breadth and depth – with fledgling junior juniors who work quickly and efficiently, more senior juniors who have each developed unique experiences and expertise, and eminently trustworthy silks to lead. With years of experience and success behind it, 2TG is surely a go-to set for all matters relating to PI and insurance.’

‘A truly excellent and professional set. I tend to look to 2TG for my most difficult claims given 2TG’s strong reputation and intellectual prowess.’


‘Lee Tyler is nothing short of exceptional. He goes above and beyond to provide the best possible service and works around the clock to make sure the client’s needs are met.’

London Bar > Insurance and reinsurance Tier 3

2 Temple Gardens is 'strategically placed to offer expert insurance counsel at all levels of call'. Leading rising star Lucas Fear SegalBob Moxon Browne QC's recent highlights include representing the reinsurers (as defendants) in the headline life insurance claim by Alexander Perepilichnyy's widow; and Howard Palmer QC, joint leader of the insurance and reinsurance group, is acting for the defendant in Caisse Primaire D’Assurance Maladie de Deux-Sevres v Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance and Thomson, which comprises conflict of laws' issues, the content of compulsory motor insurance policies in France, and the right to pursue an insurance company in the UK.

Rising stars

Lucas Fear-Segal - 2 Temple GardensAn excellent advocate combining a forensic mind with formidable advocacy skills. He cuts straight to the relevant issues and has demonstrated an encyclopaedic knowledge of the area.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Silks

Ranked: Tier 1
Bob Moxon Browne QC - 2 Temple GardensIncandescently clever, a brilliant leader, and extremely adept at cross examining witnesses. He judges the mood of the courtroom and represents the client well. You can be confident that he will deal with the most sensitive of cases with thoroughness and professionalism.
Ranked: Tier 2
Charles Dougherty QC - 2 Temple GardensSimply a genius - an expert on any issues of jurisdiction and an absolute intellectual powerhouse.
Ranked: Tier 2
Neil Moody QC - 2 Temple GardensVery good judgement and sound commercial sense, with a good nose for how far to push points - he is tactically and strategically acute, and a team player who is thoroughly reliable and very easy to work with. He quickly grasps the issues and provides excellent advice in an easily digestible format.
Ranked: Tier 3
Howard Palmer QC - 2 Temple GardensExtraordinary breadth and depth and knowledge of insurance law - the perfect pick to lead a team in a difficult case and a pleasure to work with.
Ranked: Tier 3
Marie Louise Kinsler QC - 2 Temple GardensExtremely knowledgeable and very through, with a great deal of knowledge in the cross-border arena.
Ranked: Tier 5

Leading Juniors

Sonia Nolten - 2 Temple GardensFearsomely bright, and her knowledge of black letter insurance law is second to none. Sonia is my go-to person in all insurance matters when I have a difficult insurance query, and knows the field inside out and back to front.
Ranked: Tier 1
Doré Green2 Temple GardensHis thoroughness and attention to detail is second to none, and he leaves no stone unturned. He is extremely user friendly and is my go to counsel for complex matters. Doré’s knowledge of the detail of any case where I have instructed him over may years is extraordinary, and he knows which points should be argued and which should not.
Ranked: Tier 3
William Clerk - 2 Temple GardensA very good advocate whose attention to detail and forensic analysis contribute greatly to clients' successes.
Ranked: Tier 4
Timothy Killen - 2 Temple GardensA very strong strategist who considers the detail of each particular problem while appreciating the ramifications for the rest of the litigation and for the client more broadly. He is also extremely bright, but applies this in a way that is grounded in the practical realities, and is very dedicated, routinely pulling out all the stops to get the best result for the client.
Ranked: Tier 4
Jessica van der Meer - 2 Temple GardensAlways addresses the issues in a pragmatic and detailed way, and is very capable of making her client's case even in the face of robust interventions from the bench. Jessica is also affable and approachable to opponents, and has a very clear understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the parties' positions, which makes having sensible discussions outside of court more straightforward.
Ranked: Tier 4
David Thomas - 2 Temple GardensVery user-friendly with prompt turnarounds - my go-to mid-level junior.
Ranked: Tier 4



A specialist set in this area with very good strength in depth – 2TG is excellent, specifically for the quality of silks and availability of juniors.

2TG is my go-to chambers and I always instruct its cross-border team, as the barristers are all very knowledgeable and have a great deal of expertise.

The barristers are helpful and will always try to move matters around to accommodate. They also put on training regularly, which is very helpful.

2TG is strategically placed to offer expert insurance counsel at all levels of call. As a chambers it has been involved in leading Court of Appeal, House of Lords, and Supreme Court authorities in its core practice areas for the past five decades.

2TG has a strong insurance/reinsurance team, but what sets it apart is the cross-discipline experience. Unlike some sets, because 2TG covers diverse areas of work, its barristers are better able to assist where insurance issues overlap with commercial/cross-border/injury issues.


The clerks’ room at 2TG is very experienced and will bend over backwards to assist.

London Bar > Product liability Tier 3

2 Temple Gardens impresses with an 'excellent bench strength' and represents claimants as well as defendants. The set covers disputes arising from medical devices, pharmaceuticals, industrial equipment, automotive parts, and household goods. Charles Dougherty QC and Anna Hughes are representing the defendant in litigation concerning Oculentis lens implants. Dougherty QC and Isabel Barter are also active for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in relation to Grenfell. Members of the set, which is also known for cross-border personal injury work, are also well-positioned to handle cross-border matters in this space.

Rising stars

Alistair Mackenzie - 2 Temple GardensDisplays excellent attention to detail when reviewing complex pieces of evidence. Alistair is a highly intelligent and skilled barrister whose strategic approaches are very well appreciated.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Silks

Charles Dougherty QC - 2 Temple GardensHe is a star. His knowledge of the law is second to none and judges find him to be a reassuring presence in the courtroom. An excellent technical lawyer.
Ranked: Tier 1
Neil Moody QC - 2 Temple GardensHis product liability is incredibly impressive, and complements his extensive property damage and insurance practice. He deals with huge claims involving competing causes of action, multiple parties, conflict of laws issues etc. He is extremely impressive in Court and Judges love to listen to him. His submissions are incredibly clear and manage to cut through complex legal, expert and factual submissions with ease.
Ranked: Tier 2

Leading Juniors

Isabel Barter - 2 Temple GardensIsabel is in my view the best product liability junior out there for complex claims. She is phenomenally bright and hard-working, and a delight to deal with. Great strategic mind.
Ranked: Tier 2
Anna Hughes - 2 Temple GardensShe combines a razor-sharp intelligence with an extraordinary capacity for hard work. She is a fantastic team player, always upbeat and positive. And it is not surprising that she is one of the juniors of choice for leaders in 2TG.
Ranked: Tier 3



‘2TG is a powerhouse for product liability work. The set shows real strength in depth.’

‘2TG has a good reputation in this field as a set which has a small but high-quality number of practitioners practising.’

‘An excellent set offering depth of knowledge in clinical negligence and product liability. A very popular set so the barristers seem very busy! The in-person training (when this could be offered) was second to none.’

‘2TG is a very accomplished set of Chambers with a wide range of knowledgeable and user-friendly barristers. Their publications and seminars/talks are of a very high standard.’

‘Good common law set.’


‘Lee Tyler is simply excellent senior clerk. And the other members of the clerking team appear to be highly efficient and always helpful.’

London Bar > Professional negligence Tier 3

2 Temple Gardens handles claims against engineers, barristers, surveyors, solicitors, architects, and financial and insurance services advisers. Neil Moody QC has extensive expertise in insurance-related professional negligence claims, and is also instructed in claims against construction and engineering professionals. Isabel Barter 'gets to grips with the most complex cases amazingly fast' - she is acting for two defendant accountants in CNM Estates (Tolworth Tower) Ltd v Carvill-Biggs and Khalastchi, a claim involving alleged negligence in the sale of a development site.

Leading Silks

Robert Moxon Browne QC2 Temple GardensA fierce advocate. He is extremely sharp, possessing an encyclopedic knowledge of the relevant law coupled with approachability.
Ranked: Tier 2
Charles Dougherty QC - 2 Temple GardensHe is an accomplished and polished advocate. He is incredibly bright, with a very practical and commercial approach.
Ranked: Tier 2
Neil Moody QC - 2 Temple GardensNeil is extremely impressive in court, and certainly has the ear of the judge. He cuts through complex legal and factual submissions with ease.
Ranked: Tier 2
Ranked: Tier 4

Leading Juniors

Isabel Barter - 2 Temple GardensIsabel is extremely intelligent and hard working. She is also brilliant at putting clients at ease. Capable and authoritative. She is a superstar in the making.
Ranked: Tier 2
David Thomas - 2 Temple GardensDavid is beloved by clients and fantastically easy to work with. A real brain, and charming with it.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 4
Sonia Nolten - 2 Temple GardensSonia is first-rate with clients and isn't afraid of addressing the thorny issues in a straightforward, effective yet sympathetic manner. She calls a spade a spade.
Ranked: Tier 4



Very efficient‘.

The clerks are always very helpful. Lee Tyler is very knowledgeable about the members of chambers‘.

Dispute resolution > Mediators Tier 4

Andrew Miller QC – 2 Temple Gardens Practising as a lead mediator since 2017, Andrew Miller QC at 2 Temple Gardens (as well as IPOS Mediation) has 'an excellent and responsive blend of push-and-pull approaches to get the parties fully into settlement mode and to work towards a deal'. Involved in the mediation of disputes for over 25 years, both domestically and internationally, he is particularly noted for major commercial disputes.

London Bar > Employment

Rising stars

Sam Stevens - 2 Temple GardensSam is responsive and enthusiastic. He does a good job of getting to grips with the history of the matter and presenting the argument clearly. He works in the professional manner required by the matter.
Ranked: Tier 1

2022 Silks

Rehana Azib QC2 Temple GardensRehana is extremely hard-working, knowledgeable, engaging and easy to work with. She is a problem solver and provides the upmost support to her instructing solicitors and the client. She is also professional, personable and a pleasure to work with, and has impeccable technical knowledge.

Leading Juniors

Helen Bell - 2 Temple GardensShe has a good grasp of the case, and is concise, well-informed and legally sound. Also pragmatic, which is needed in many cases.
Ranked: Tier 4
Robert Cumming - 2 Temple GardensRobert is absolutely brilliant; he is a go-to employment barrister - astute, responsive and a skilled advocate and negotiator of the highest level. 
Ranked: Tier 5

London Bar > Fraud: civil

Leading Silks

Charles Dougherty QC - 2 Temple GardensHe was superbly knowledgeable about freezing orders, and very user friendly. His written work was excellent and he was persuasive in his style.
Ranked: Tier 2

Leading Juniors

Stuart Benzie - 2 Temple GardensStuart is a proper fighter - excellent for those difficult cases. He knows freezing orders inside out.
Ranked: Tier 3
Timothy Killen - 2 Temple GardensExtremely personable. Absolutely no nonsense - Tim gets to the heart of the issues and takes the right points.
Ranked: Tier 4

London Bar > Commercial litigation

Leading Silks

Charles Dougherty QC - 2 Temple GardensCharles is a sensational commercial barrister: academic and practical in equal measure, and a persuasive advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3

Leading Juniors

Stuart Benzie - 2 Temple GardensResponsive and practical, gives sensible commercial advice and always available and on hand to deal with queries.
Ranked: Tier 4
Timothy Killen - 2 Temple GardensTim is a standout junior, head and shoulders above the rest. He is supremely intelligent, sensible and really understands client service.
Ranked: Tier 4

London Bar > International arbitration: counsel

Leading Juniors

Timothy Killen - 2 Temple GardensHe has a stellar practice in the Middle East with a loyal following at some of the top firms.
Ranked: Tier 3

London Bar > Sport

Leading Juniors

Stuart Benzie - 2 Temple GardensStuart brings incredible commercial nous and skill to every sports case. He is especially good at urgent, challenging injunctive work.
Ranked: Tier 4

Middle East: The English Bar > Commercial

Leading juniors

Timothy Killen2 Temple GardensTim is a fantastic advocate, very responsive and one of the leading barristers for work in the common law courts in the UAE.’
Ranked: Tier 1

The set: 2TG is a leading set with an international reputation for offering advocacy and advice across a broad range of specialist practice areas. The chambers provides these services to a discrete number of industry sectors, where it has developed in-depth knowledge, expertise and understanding of the forensic and technical issues which can arise. Sector experience spans insurance travel, healthcare, construction, sport, finance, technology, manufacturing, aerospace and natural resources.

The chambers domestic practice is established across the whole of the UK and its barristers are routinely active in all regions. It acts on many of the high profile matters which arise in its specialist areas of work, from multi-million pound litigation and group actions to disputes on a smaller scale, which often present similar complexities.

Complementing its excellent reputation in the UK, the chambers has embraced the opportunities presented by the international market and are currently working on cases in a number of regions, including Africa, the Middle East, Europe, South America and the Caribbean. It is particularly well regarded for its experience in advising on complex cross-border disputes and have an unrivalled knowledge of private international law, issues of jurisdiction and conflict of laws.

In addition to providing advice and advocacy in litigation, arbitration and other forms of ADR, a number of members are qualified to take tribunal appointments as experienced arbitrators, mediators, facilitators and adjudicators. Its members are also regularly instructed to lead on internal company investigations.

The chambers prides itself on being modern, commercial and user friendly which means that every member of chambers and the administration will do their utmost to provide an outstanding level of service and cost value. In recognition of this, its well-resourced and dynamic clerks’ team was identified as a top set for client care, communication and innovation in 2018.

Work undertaken
Alternative dispute resolution
Clinical negligence
Commercial dispute resolution
Commercial fraud
Insurance and reinsurance
Life and health insurance
Personal injury
Private international law
Product liability
Professional negligence
Property damage
Travel and jurisdiction

Senior Clerk Lee Tylerltyler@2tg.co.uk+44 (0)20 7822 1203
Members of Chambers PORTER QC, Martin (1986)
Members of Chambers DE NAVARRO QC, Michael (1968)
Members of Chambers MOXON BROWNE QC, Bob (1969)
Members of Chambers BROWNE QC, Benjamin (1976)
Members of Chambers PALMER QC, Howard (1977)
Members of Chambers VAUGHAN JONES QC, Sarah (1983)
Members of Chambers MOODY QC, Neil (1989)
Members of Chambers HARRISON QC, Caroline (1986)
Members of Chambers DOUGHERTY QC, Charles (1997)
Members of Chambers MILLER QC, Andrew (1989)
Members of Chambers KINSLER QC, Marie Louise (1992)
Members of Chambers MARTIN QC, Bradley (1990)
Members of Chambers WYLES QC, Lucy (1994)
Members of Chambers AZIB QC, Rehana (2003)
Members of Chambers GREEN, Alison (1974)
Members of Chambers McDONALD FCIArb, John (1981)
Members of Chambers RUSSELL, Christopher (1982)
Members of Chambers GRAY, Jennifer (1988)
Members of Chambers DE ROHAN, Jonathan (1989)
Members of Chambers CROWLEY C.Arb, Daniel (1990)
Members of Chambers LUNDIE, Christopher (1991)
Members of Chambers BROWN, Clare (1993)
Members of Chambers GREEN, Doré (1994)
Members of Chambers HARRIS, Roger (1996)
Members of Chambers FETTO, Niazi (1999)
Members of Chambers KARSERAS, Anastasia (2000)
Members of Chambers UNTHANK, Nina (2001)
Members of Chambers BELL, Helen (2002)
Members of Chambers WOLSTENHOLME, Helen (2002)
Members of Chambers NOLTEN, Sonia (2002)
Members of Chambers BENZIE, Stuart (2002)
Members of Chambers McTAGUE, Meghann (2004)
Members of Chambers HARRIS, Jack (2006)
Members of Chambers FLYNN, Steven (2006)
Members of Chambers HUGHES, Anna (2008)
Members of Chambers McLORINAN, Hayley (2008)
Members of Chambers THOMAS, David (2009)
Members of Chambers MORTON JACK, Henry (2009)
Members of Chambers WRAIGHT MRCS(Eng), William (2009)
Members of Chambers BARTER, Isabel (2010)
Members of Chambers KILLEN, Timothy (2010)
Members of Chambers CUMMING, Robert (2010)
Members of Chambers BERSHADSKI, Andrew (2010)
Members of Chambers CLERK, William (2012)
Members of Chambers HILTON, George (2012)
Members of Chambers VAN DER MEER, Jessica (2012)
Members of Chambers MACKENZIE, Alistair (2013)
Members of Chambers FEAR-SEGAL, Lucas (2014)
Members of Chambers STEVENS, Sam (2014)
Members of Chambers ALBOU, Emily (2014)
Members of Chambers WALKER, Emma Catia (2014)
Members of Chambers MAHLER, Austin (2016)
Members of Chambers PHELPS, Benjamin (2017)
Members of Chambers FAIRCLOUGH, Thomas (2015)
Members of Chambers MASON-THOM, Paige (2017)
Members of Chambers SPEARMAN, Lucinda (2018)
Members of Chambers LEGH, Kate (2018)
Members of Chambers PARTRIDGE, James (2018)
Members of Chambers HITCHMAN, Lauren (2020)
Members of Chambers EWING, Conor (2020)
Emily Albou  photo Emily Albou Emily is developing a broad international commercial practice, focusing on international arbitration,…
Rehana Azib photo Rehana AzibRehana Azib QC has a very well-established practice in employment and personal…
Isabel Barter  photo Isabel Barter Isabel specialises in common and commercial law, in particular professional negligence, product…
Helen Bell  photo Helen Bell Helen specialises in claims at the interface between personal injury and employment…
Stuart Benzie  photo Stuart Benzie Stuart is an experienced commercial advocate with a practice that covers a…
Andrew Bershadski  photo Andrew Bershadski Andrew specialises in international group claims, clinical negligence, personal injury and employment…
Clare Brown  photo Clare Brown A specialist in human rights, having formerly worked for the Court of…
Benjamin Browne photo Benjamin BrownePersonal injury – acting for both sides including alleged radiation injury, work…
William Clerk  photo William Clerk Will specialises is commercial law, insurance law, and civil fraud.  His experience…
Daniel Crowley  photo Daniel Crowley Daniel Crowley is a very experienced trial lawyer. He has fought dozens…
Robert Cumming  photo Robert Cumming Robert has a specialist practice in two core areas: commercial and employment…
Charles Dougherty photo Charles DoughertyCharles specialises in commercial law, in particular commercial fraud, professional negligence, product…
Conor Ewing  photo Conor Ewing Conor joined Chambers in 2021, following the successful completion of his pupillage.…
Tom Fairclough  photo Tom Fairclough Tom practises across the full range of Chambers’ work, and is particularly…
Lucas Fear-Segal  photo Lucas Fear-Segal Lucas practises in all of chambers’ core areas, with a particular emphasis…
Niazi Fetto  photo Niazi Fetto Niazi undertakes high-value and complex personal injury (EL/PL) and clinical negligence matters. He is a member of…
Steven Flynn  photo Steven Flynn Sports law; Domestic and International commercial litigation and arbitration; Disciplinary and Regulatory;…
Jennifer Gray  photo Jennifer Gray Jennifer specialises in all areas of immigration, asylum human rights and employment…
Doré Green  photo Doré Green Property damage and professional indemnity, in particular construction professionals, brokers’ negligence and…
Alison Green  photo Alison Green Barrister who specialises in commercial law, in particular insurance and reinsurance law,…
Roger Harris  photo Roger Harris Roger Harris specialises in clinical negligence, personal injury and litigation relating to…
Jack Harris  photo Jack Harris Jack is an experienced advocate with a practice that covers a broad…
Caroline Harrison photo Caroline HarrisonSpecialising in clinical negligence and medical law (especially concerning research & genetics;…
George Hilton  photo George Hilton George is an in demand commercial barrister who practises across Chambers’ core…
Lauren Hitchman  photo Lauren Hitchman Lauren accepts instructions across full spectrum of Chambers’ work. She has a particular…
Anna Hughes  photo Anna Hughes Anna is a very experienced advocate who regularly advises on complex and…
Anastasia Karseras  photo Anastasia Karseras Anastasia is a highly experienced practitioner with particular expertise in defending fraudulent…
Timothy Killen  photo Timothy Killen Tim specialises in commercial disputes and arbitrations, with particular knowledge and experience…
Marie Louise Kinsler photo Marie Louise KinslerMarie Louise Kinsler QC specialises in private international law and EU law.…
Kate Legh  photo Kate Legh Kate has a broad practice across all of Chambers’ specialisms, with a…
Christopher Lundie  photo Christopher Lundie An experienced advocate with extensive expertise in the Business & Property Courts,…
Alistair Mackenzie  photo Alistair Mackenzie Practice Areas Alistair’s practice comprises cross-border disputes, product liability and insurance litigation.…
Austin Mahler  photo Austin Mahler Austin’s practice focuses on commercial litigation and insolvency, specialising in construction, insurance,…
Bradley Martin photo Bradley MartinBradley is a specialist clinical negligence silk. His practice covers all aspects…
Paige Mason-Thom  photo Paige Mason-Thom Paige is a dedicated and approachable junior barrister, with a developing focus…
John William McDonald  photo John William McDonald Extensive experience of motor insurance claims, including coverage issues and contribution between…
Hayley McLorinan  photo Hayley McLorinan Hayley practises in employment, personal injury and contractual disputes on behalf of…
Meghann McTague  photo Meghann McTague Meghann is an experienced advocate whose practice encompasses the full spectrum of…
Andrew Miller photo Andrew MillerAndrew practices as a QC and as a Mediator and Arbitrator, using…
Neil Moody photo Neil MoodyInsurance and reinsurance: coverage disputes, policy construction, fraudulent and exaggerated claims. Property…
Henry Morton Jack  photo Henry Morton Jack Henry’s experience encompasses sale and supply of goods and services, credit hire…
Bob Moxon Browne photo Bob Moxon BrowneDescribed by Chambers UK as “an amazing courtroom presence” who is “completely…
Sonia Nolten  photo Sonia Nolten A “highly persuasive advocate” who is both “ferociously bright” and “brilliant with…
Howard Palmer photo Howard PalmerHoward Palmer QC is particularly respected for his experience in insurance of…
James Partridge  photo James Partridge James accepts instructions across the full range of Chambers’ work.  He has…
Benjamin Phelps  photo Benjamin Phelps Ben practises across the full range of chambers’ core areas with a…
Martin Porter photo Martin PorterA leading personal injury specialist with particular experience of clinical negligence, industrial…
Christopher Russell  photo Christopher Russell Renowned as a specialist in personal injury. An advocate with particular strengths…
Lucinda Spearman  photo Lucinda Spearman Barrister
Sam Stevens  photo Sam Stevens Sam’s main areas of practice are clinical negligence, product liability and employment.…
David Thomas  photo David Thomas David has a broad practice encompassing professional negligence, property damage, personal injury…
Nina Unthank  photo Nina Unthank Nina specialises in the areas of clinical negligence and personal injury and…
Sarah Vaughan Jones photo Sarah Vaughan JonesClinical negligence, conducting civil proceedings for claimants and defendants. High Court cases…
Emma Catia Walker  photo Emma Catia Walker Emma is a skilled and experienced commercial disputes and international arbitration specialist…
Helen Wolstenholme  photo Helen Wolstenholme Practice areas: Personal injury, clinical negligence, employment law, travel and jurisdiction.
William Wraight MRCS(Eng)  photo William Wraight MRCS(Eng) Clinical negligence and personal injury, acting for claimants and defendants. Notable cases…
Lucy Wyles photo Lucy WylesLucy specialises in the areas of personal injury, travel, private international law…
Michael de Navarro photo Michael de NavarroPersonal injury, clinical and professional negligence, insurance and health and safety at…
Jonathan de Rohan  photo Jonathan de Rohan Common law and insurance practice including personal injury claims, professional negligence and…
Jessica van der Meer  photo Jessica van der Meer Jessica’s work embraces a wide range of Chambers’ specialisations: negligence, commercial, international,…

At 2TG we promote ethical practices and socially responsible behaviour for our members, staff and other stakeholders.

Members of chambers are committed to access to justice and recognise the importance to society as a whole of high-quality legal advice for all individuals. Members regularly undertake pro bono work, providing wide-ranging advice and legal representation via organisations such as Advocate, the Chancery Bar Litigant in Person Support Scheme, the Employment Law Appeal Advice Scheme and the Free Representation Unit.

2TG is an equal opportunities employer and, supported by three E&D officers and an active E&D Working Group, it is committed to the promotion of equality, diversity and accessibility. Members and staff attend Bar Council training sessions on E&D and fair recruitment, as well as regular in-house sessions, and we apply the E&D Rules in the Bar Standards Board Handbook and the Equality Act 2010. We ensure that in the recruitment and selection process of pupils, tenants and members of staff, candidates are assessed against relevant criteria only. Pupillage applications are anonymized before marking, mitigating circumstances are always considered and our recruitment statistics are robustly scrutinised and analysed by the E&D officers. We strive to ensure that employees, pupils and junior members are given equal chances of training, career development and promotion. Chambers is a signatory of the Women in Law Pledge, tacking the issue of gender equality in the profession. In accordance with the Bar Standards Board’s equality rules, members and staff are encouraged to provide diversity data. This enables Chambers to analyse and publish an anonymous summary of such data.

We are committed to taking action against racism in all its forms: individual, institutional and systemic. We wholeheartedly endorse the Bar Council statement on equal treatment, the rule of law and inclusion here.

As a chambers, we want to create and support the necessary, tangible change within our profession and our wider community. We regularly work with a number of organisations, such as the Sutton Trust, Speakers in Schools and Bridging the Bar, to promote access to the Bar for those from non-traditional backgrounds. We are keen to support 10,000 Black Interns (10KBI), a new initiative being launched in 2022. Further, 2TG, in partnership with The Times newspaper, has run a national mooting competition in recent years. The competition has provided an opportunity for all students in higher education to compete, regardless of their educational institution or background.

2TG is committed to improving and promoting the well-being of its members and staff. Our Wellbeing and Social Responsibility Working Group regularly provides information and organises activities available to all staff, pupils and members. This has been particularly valued during the Covid-19 pandemic. We work in partnership with Health Assured, an organisation which is on hand to provide members and staff with support.

2TG is an environmentally conscious chambers. We tackle environmental issues such as waste disposal and recycling, energy consumption and maximising energy efficiency, and we constantly seek creative ways to reduce our carbon footprint further.