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Enterprise Chambers

Chancery

5 ranked barristersBand 1North Eastern (Bar)UK Bar 2022 View ranking table
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Enterprise Chambers is a respected set with barristers handling a wide range of matters including real property and insolvency cases. The barristers are also well versed in trusts and probate matters. "I would rate their barristers among the most knowledgeable in disputed wills, trusts and estates work. Their advice holds real weight with opponents and the court," says an interviewee.

Client service:

"A special mention should be made for the clerks, Joanne Caunt in particular. They are quick to respond to enquiries and are always happy to assist in any way that they can." "The clerks are always responsive and approachable."

Strengths:

Bruce Walker
Well-respected practitioner who handles a range of commercial and chancery law matters. He focuses particularly on property disputes, breaches of contract, and landlord and tenant disagreements. His wills, trusts and probate work includes acting on Inheritance Act 1975 claims, advising on the rectification of wills and handling inheritance challenges.
"Bruce is a very calm and persuasive advocate."

Strengths:

Dominic Crossley
Established chancery litigation practitioner with experience in trust and property disputes. He is well regarded by peers and instructing solicitors alike.
"Dominic is technically excellent, very accessible and reliable, very client-friendly, and unflappable and clear in court."

Strengths:

Duncan Heath
Experienced traditional and commercial chancery barrister. He is frequently instructed in insolvency, property and trust law matters, and also represents clients in professional negligence claims and company law cases.
"He is extremely calm both in conference and at hearings, and remains clear in his advice and advocacy especially when faced with a challenge." "He has a knowledgeable, calm and analytical manner which can cut through emotion and complexity to find a solution. At the same time, he is able to reassure and empathise with a nervous client."

Strengths:

Hugo Groves
His practice encompasses a broad range of commercial chancery work including company and partnership disputes and insolvency claims. He is also experienced in cross-jurisdictional matters and is qualified as a New York attorney.
"He gets into the nitty gritty of a case and is really good at pushing a case forward."

Strengths:

Stephanie Jarron
Her areas of expertise include commercial litigation, insolvency and contentious probate matters. She is well known for her experience with property disputes. She also acts as a mediator, especially in contentious probate claims.
"She has a thorough knowledge of the law regarding contentious wills trusts and estates. She is a persuasive advocate, gives clear and pragmatic advice and is tactically superb, thinking several moves ahead." "She is technically exceptional but, perhaps more importantly, is commercial. She quickly grasps a client’s needs and is able to tailor her advice and assistance accordingly."

Chancery

Enterprise Chambers

firm
Location

43 Park Square

Leeds

West Yorkshire

UK

LS1 2NP

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North Eastern (Bar)

Chancery


Bruce Walker
Band 3
Dominic Crossley
Band 3
Duncan Heath
Band 2
Hugo Groves
Band 2
Stephanie Jarron
Band 2