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1 Chancery Lane is a set of leading barristers offering specialist advocacy and advice in the fields of Complex Personal Injury; Public Authority Liability; Travel & Cross Border Claims; Medical Law; Property, Chancery & Commercial; and Professional Liability. With a recognised specialism in acting for clients in the police, insurance, travel and professional services sectors,

We offer up to two twelve-month pupillages. Our application window is now closed. If you have any queries about our pupillage programme, please send an e-mail to Our Pupillage Philosophy During pupillage we aim to equip pupils with the skills and experience needed to enjoy a successful and exciting career at the Bar. We

Please email the clerks' room or an individual member of staff directly, using the links below. Clerks Clark Chessis - Senior Clerk David Barrow - 1st Junior Clerk Jamie Moylan - Clerk Dan Oliva - Clerk Isabel Trinder - Junior Clerk   Fees Audrey Cockram - Chambers' Fees Clerk Practice Administration Jenny Fensham - Practice

Following on from Chambers’ success in the authoritative CN v Poole case, Francesca O’Neill was successful in persuading the High Court to uphold Master Eastman’s order to strike out this claim for damages of £5.5 million resulting from alleged breaches of the Human Rights Act. Master Eastman had held that the proceedings were an abuse

1 Chancery Lane offers six mini-pupillages a year, each lasting for up to a week. We try to ensure that mini-pupils spend as much time in court with members of Chambers as possible. This will usually involve an opportunity to discuss the case with Counsel beforehand. You may also have the opportunity to tackle a

We are recruiting. 1CL has had an extremely successful 2020, which saw them win Barristers’ Chambers of the Year at the Personal Injury Awards, and retain their top rankings in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners directories. They are now looking to expand and are welcoming applications from driven and ambitious practitioners. 1CL is

Tenancy We’re proud that our barristers are recognised as experts in their fields, across Medical Law; Personal Injury; Police Law; Professional Liability; Property, Chancery & Commercial; Public Sector & Human Rights; and Travel & Cross Border Claims, as well as working for the police, insurance, travel, professional services, local & public authority, healthcare and education

On 20 December Stewart J handed down a significant judgment on Parliamentary privilege in the on-going Kenyan Emergency Group Litigation: claims arising out of the “Mau Mau” insurgency between 1952 to 1960. The judge accepted the Defendant’s contentions that the test claimants could not rely on Hansard to prove that facts mentioned by a Member

CN v Poole Borough Council Briefing Note on the Decision of the Court of Appeal On December 21st 2017, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in CN v Poole Borough Council. This briefing note explains this decision, which is of importance to all those involved in litigating claims in negligence against local social

Tiuta International Limited (in liquidation) (Respondent) v De Villiers Surveyors Limited (Appellant) [2017] UKSC 77 In a tightly drawn 15 paragraph judgment, delivered last week, Lord Sumption overturned the decision of Moore Bick LJ in the Court of Appeal, and restored the first instance decision of Timothy Fancourt QC, sitting as a Deputy High Court

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