Alexander Barristers Chambers specialise in all areas of clinical negligence, medical law, nursing law, midwifery law, para-medical law, professional and statutory regulation, in England and Wales. They provide advice and representation to solicitors, other lawyers, public bodies, companies, professionals, and members of the public. Their main area is representing doctors, nurses and paramedical staff before their regulators and in employment matters.
Angel Chambers is one of the oldest and most established sets on the Wales and Chester Circuit having been founded in the 1920’s. Since then a number of members of Chambers have gone on to take up Judicial Office in a variety of capacities including recent appointments to the High Court and Circuit Bench as well as appointments as a District Judge and Industrial Tribunal Chairman. Members practise principally in the areas of Criminal Law, Family Law, Personal Injury and Immigration Law and they offer a comprehensive advocacy service across South and West Wales in both English and Welsh.
Arden Chambers no longer exists. It merged with 4-5 Grays Inn Square in October 2018.Atkin Chambers consists of 15 silks and 23 junior members of chambers. These Chambers have long been at the forefront of construction and engineering related arbitration, litigation and advisory work. Former Members include current Judges of the Technology and Construction Court and internationally renowned arbitrators. Its Members practice in England and Wales and their lay and professional client base ranges from the United States of America through Europe, Northern, Eastern and Southern Africa, the Gulf, Asia, the Middle and Far East, China and the Russian Federation.
Atlantic Chambers are a large set with over 60 members including 4 Queen’s Counsel. They have specialists in Personal Injury, Professional Negligence (including Clinical Negligence), Crime, Family, Employment, Chancery and Commercial work.
Atlas tax Chambers specialise exclusively in direct and indirect taxation matters and barristers there have been involved in many of the leading tax cases in recent years.
Becket Chambers is a common law Barristers set covering courts throughout Kent, Sussex and the South East. Primarily based in Canterbury, Chambers has annexes in Dartford, Eastbourne, Kings Hill and Tunbridge Wells. Chambers specialises in all types of Family and Civil law, including Property, Wills & Probate, Landlord & Tenant, and Local Authority work. Becket Chambers receives instructions both from the legal profession, and also provides Direct Access to Barristers from members of the public.
2 Bedford Row, is a specialist set of criminal law barristers, described in the Chambers Directory as enjoying a collection of “enormously talented lawyers with approachable outlooks”. They recently received the Chambers and Partners Crime Set of the Year Award 2009, the second time in 4 years that they have won this Award. There are articles and case notes posted on the site.
7 Bedford Row – is a modern, common law set of chambers which was established more than 50 years ago. It is now well established in both civil and criminal work both in London and on Circuit. It is one of the leading sets of chambers on the Midland and Oxford Circuit.
9 Bedford Row, the chambers of Anthony Berry Q.C. started as a common law set but for the last 30 years or so have specialised in criminal law and related areas. They receive instructions in all kinds of criminal cases, cases of all levels of complexity and gravity.
25 Bedford Row, the chambers of Paul Mendelle QC & George Carter-Stephenson QC, offers experience in all types of criminal cases including terrorism and war crimes, espionage, murder, serious fraud, organised crime, international drugs trafficking and money laundering. They also offer representation in the conduct of civil cases, such as Mental Health Review Tribunals and actions against the police. They work at every level from Magistrates Courts to the European Court of Human Rights and International War Crimes Tribunals. They helped to create the European Criminal Bar Association.
29 Bedford Row Chambers has evolved from a set of chambers established in the Temple in the 1950s. Areas of specialisation are Family Law, Personal Injury, Employment Law, Administrative Law, Multi-party Actions, Professional Negligence, Property, Judicial Review, Medical Negligence and Commercial/Chancery/Insolvency.
33 Bedford Row, the chambers of David Barnard, has groups in civil law, family law and criminal law.
36 Group is a multidisciplinary set of Chambers with a national and international reputation – voted Chambers of the Year in 1998 by The Lawyer. They are one of the largest sets of Chambers in the country and are able to offer in-depth experience and expertise across a broad range of legal disciplines. They have premises in London, Leicester, Nottingham and Northampton with conference and videoconference facilities.
42 Bedford Row is a leading common law set of chambers with 10 silks and approaching 70 juniors who focus on specialist practice areas within Civil and Family Law. 18 barristers in chambers are listed as leaders in their fields in Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500. The members of 42 Bedford Row are organised into specialist practice areas who share expertise and organise seminars and discussion groups. The practice groups are: Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury, Contract & Commercial, Employment, Family, Landlord & Tenant/Housing, Professional Negligence, Property/Chancery, Public, Local Government and Environmental.
Bell Yard Chambers (154-160 Fleet Street) is a specialist criminal set. Chambers’ work covers a wide geographical area, predominantly on the South-Eastern and Western circuits, although individual members of Chambers conduct cases the length and breadth of England and Wales. I cannot get this site at the moment – can anyone help me?9-12 Bell Yard Chambers, the chambers of Philip Katz QC, specialises in various areas of Criminal law and Civil law. This large and leading set of Chambers provides a wide range of experience covering the whole spectrum of criminal litigation and has a long established reputation in cases of commercial fraud (criminal and civil aspects), corruption, serious crime, professional disciplinary proceedings and Judicial Review.
Blackstone Chambers combines its formidable strengths in commercial, public, employment, EU and public international law with state of the art facilities and a friendly and open approach to client service. The nature of practice in Chambers has evolved to become increasingly multi-jurisdictional in nature, designed to meet the needs of the legal market in the 21st century.
4 Breams Buildings, Chancery Lane, previously known as Valios & Boardman Chambers, is one of the top five largest specialist Criminal sets of Chambers in the Country. We are able to provide a wide range of experience covering the whole spectrum of criminal litigation. They have a long established reputation in cases of serious and high profile crime of every type. They deal with all areas of litigation allied to crime, money laundering, confiscation, disciplinary proceedings and coroners inquests.
Brick Court Chambers is one of the leading sets of Barristers Chambers in London with a strong reputation in Commercial, EU/Competition and Public Law. They presently have 85 members who practise full-time, including 40 QCs. Commercial work includes all aspects of international trade, finance and commerce, with particular emphasis on banking, insurance, reinsurance, shipping and City work and on private international law. Chambers also has an outstanding team of lawyers who are specialists in all aspects of EU and Competition litigation. Members of Chambers have considerable expertise in public international law, human rights and in commercial and regulatory Judicial Review.
One Brick Court is a leading set of chambers specialising in media, communications and information law. It is recognised as a leader in the fields of defamation, data protection, privacy, confidentiality, malicious falsehood, freedom of information, contempt, harassment, reporting restrictions, and all aspects of media and information law across all technologies and publishing platforms. It is a modern and specialist set of chambers with a long history of work at the cutting-edge of media and information law, having appeared in many of the leading cases in these areas of expertise.
4 Brick Court, has a team of 38 barristers practising predominantly in family law with supplementary expertise offered by individual members in civil, community care and education law. The Family Team is renowned for its work in child care as well as in private law children work and ancillary relief and has a developing expertise in Court of Protection work. Advocacy and advisory work is undertaken for solicitors nationwide. Other professional clients include local authorities and the probation service. There are a large number of articles on family law on the site and a monthly “update” on family law with summaries of recent cases, articles etc. There is a huge links section with links to other websites relevant to family law for example, family assessment services & other experts, practice directions, judgments & medical sites. One of the barristers, Jacqui Gilliatt, is the editor of the Family Law Week blog and has also set up her own blog for non-lawyers on UK family law Bloody relations (“Where there’s a relative there’s a bloody good argument to be had”). The site is also associated with a wiki called Family Law Wiki which is still in its early stages although it has a full structure laid out for subsequent contributions.
Broadway House Chambers, formed in 1926, is conveniently located in the centre of Bradford, only two minutes away from the city’s Combined Court Centre. They act regularly on the North Eastern Circuit, principally in West Yorkshire, but often travel further afield and off Circuit. They specialise in crime and family law with developing practices in other areas. They are organised in the following specialised practice teams: Criminal Law, Family Law, Personal Injury & General Common Law, Employment & Immigration Law and Environmental Law. As well as the usual support facilities and meeting rooms they also have an excellent library and legal CD-Rom resource. They also have fully staffed premises with extensive conference facilities at their Leeds location.
Byrom Street Chambers consists of 14 Queen’s Counsel who practise from Byrom Street, Manchester. Chambers are exclusively dedicated to the work of Leading Counsel thus facilitating a highly individual and personalised service to be provided by both Members and Clerks.