These highly experienced, qualified legal administration professionals work closely with our barristers and clients, as well as with the courts, to ensure that our cases and services run smoothly.
Our clerks are always available, during and outside office hours, to help you, whether you are considering using our services or need an update on your case. They have an in-depth knowledge of the legal process and use the latest case management systems.
Alongside their client service role, our clerks provide close support to our barristers in fields such as business development, court liaison and diary management. They are the vital ‘engine room’ for Chambers and key to our service promise.
With a strong track record of success in major commercial litigation our work includes specialist advice, drafting and advocacy in all kinds of commercial disputes.
Property litigation and advisory work on all levels including Lands Tribunal, Leasehold Valuation and the Adjudicator HM Land Registry for property companies, local authorities, private land owners and tenant associations.
Our specialist team of barristers have the expert knowledge required to represent claimants and defendants with an appreciation of the clinical issues at stake and how to navigate the various organisations and structures.
Our specialist group covers all areas of intellectual property and are well-known in the field of media and entertainment law, working with inventors, artists and musicians.
Advice and representation in relation to cost agreements and disputes in sectors including insurance, law and professional services.
A number of members of Chambers and door tenants are qualified as arbitrators and have vast experience acting in domestic (English) and international arbitrations, both as Arbitrators and as Counsel.
Barristers advise in all matters concerning the ecclesiastical law of the Church of England with a particular emphasis on advice and representation in faculty proceedings in Consistory Courts and the Court of Arches, and Clergy Discipline Tribunals.