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Barristers’ Chambers

“It has become the ‘go-to set’ for ‘London-based abuse work’ and for ‘novel duty of care and local authority work’.”
– Legal 500

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“A highly regarded personal injury set, noted for its expert representation of both claimant and defendant clients.”
– Chambers & Partners

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Blogs & Briefings    24/5/2022

Who's Who Legal UK Bar Guide Recognises 3 Members of Chambers

We are delighted that three members of chambers have been recognised in the Who’s Who Legal UK Bar Guide 2022.           Matthew Chapman QC, Sarah Prager and Jack Harding have all been recognised for their work in Aviation and Travel. Jack is described as being “highly esteemed as a go-to for

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Blogs & Briefings    23/5/2022

The Weekly Roundup: The Sunshine Edition

The team are in sunny mood this week; not only are we looking forward to an enjoyable and educational webinar on cross border claims, featuring Sarah Prager and Andrew Spencer, on Thursday, we spent the weekend basking in sunshine and in the glow of a Harlequins victory due in no small part to the brilliance

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1CL Webinar: Cross Border Procedures

Thursday
26
May

In this webinar Sarah Prager and Andrew Spencer will discuss the cross border personal injury claims which can still be brought here; and the procedural difficulties that can arise in such claims. Sarah and Andrew will also be answering any questions you may have on the topics raised. Please submit your questions when registering and

1CL Webinar: Assessment of Damages in Professional Negligence Claims

Wednesday
8
June

In this webinar Francesca O’Neill and Henk Soede will deal with the assessment of damages in professional liability cases and, in particular, in the personal injury and conveyancing context. They will address the basic legal principles, work through various illustrative case studies and provide a case law update. Francesca and Henk will also be answering any

1CL Webinar: All Change for Clinical Negligence

Wednesday
4
May

On 28th April the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee published its report on NHS litigation reform. The committee has concluded that “the system for compensating injured patients in England is not fit for purpose” and proposes wide-ranging reforms. In this special webinar, Lord Faulks QC and Edward Bishop QC outline and discuss

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