Chambers is delighted to welcome the arrival of four new members today, Monday 25 July.
Graeme Kirk joins from 1 Essex Court Chambers where he has developed a strong commercial and chancery practice with further special interests in employment and insolvency work. Graeme also acts in real property matters involving landlord and tenant and possession and boundary disputes
James Tunley has joined from 4 KBW. James has a strong commercial practice with an additional specialisms in personal injury/clinical negligence and professional negligence and regulatory work. James is a member of the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown
John Ditchburn has also joined from 4 KBW where has a primarily commercial litigation practice with a special interest in banking and finance work. John regularly represents airlines and travel companies on claims arising out of delay to flights and denied boarding claims
Hannah Laithwaite completes the new arrivals and she also joins from 4 KBW where she has been developing a commercial and chancery practice alongside her personal injury/clinical negligence practice. Hannah has particular experience in dealing with contracts for the supply and sale of goods and services (including education services), insurance, employment-related benefits, credit hire and debt.
Each of these new members joining demonstrates the growing strength in depth of Lamb Chambers in the commercial and property fields and gives further evidence of our market position to be able to attract such high quality barristers.
Full details of each of will be available on Chambers’ website shortly but if you would like further information in the meantime, please contact any member of the clerking team on 020 7797 8300
Vincent Denham / 25th Jul 2016
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