5th October, 2023

Legal 500 Rankings Success

Members of Chambers have been ranked in 7 practice areas with a total of 41 members being recognised as leaders within their specialist fields. We also have members who have rankings in more than one area.

We are especially proud of our clerks, who have been described as “excellent”, “extremely helpful and supportive”, “timely and efficient”, “outstanding”, “amazing”: we could go on!

Congratulations on everyone who has been ranked.

If there is anything with which our “very friendly and approachable” clerks can assist, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Latest News...

The judgment of the Supreme Court in TUI v Griffiths regarding 'uncontroverted' expert evidence: nuclear bomb or damp squib?

29th November, 2023
William Hamilton and Beth Caunce review this Supreme Court decision which concerns the correct approach to "uncontroverted" expert evidence, here in the context of a travel sickness claim, but with broader ramifications regarding the procedural fairness of refraining from cross-examining an expert or relying on one’s own expert and waiting instead to criticise that expert’s opinion in closing submissions.

"Don't discuss the case with anyone until your evidence has finished" (we really mean it!)

28th November, 2023
Rachael Levene and Louise Quigley successfully got a multi-day claim of race discrimination struck out after the Claimant failed to heed the warning of not discussing the case until her evidence was complete.

Pupillage Gateway, open to view adverts

27th November, 2023
Today we launch our adverts for pupillage in the Criminal, Family, Employment and Personal Injury teams.