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Heads of Chambers: Mark Twomey QC and Alison Easton
Director of Clerking: Hudson Brewer
Tenants: 71

THE CHAMBERS Coram Chambers is one of the country’s most prestigious family law sets, and winner of the London 'Case of the Year' at the 2020 Family Law Awards and winner of ‘Chambers of the year’ at the 2019 Family Law Awards. Led by Mark Twomey QC and Alison Easton, it has a national reputation for providing and delivering excellent advocacy and client care to both lay and professional clients. Coram Chambers has a particularly strong commitment to equality and diversity and are proud to be one of the most diverse chambers in the country. Members of chambers are at the forefront of developments in family law, and appear regularly in leading and landmark cases.

Chambers has strong dedicated teams specialising in contentious child-focussed disputes (involving all aspects of private and public law), international disputes and abduction, financial remedy and property actions (including schedule 1 and TOLATA) as well as more niche areas such as alternative family work, genetics, human rights and cases involving aspects of parental alienation.

To both their lay and professional clients, Coram offers unparalleled depth and breadth of experience. Their reputation has been built on the consistently outstanding quality of their advocacy, the legal acumen and knowledge they bring to every case, and the strength of their negotiation skills. They are known amongst the judiciary and peers for superb, well-judged and robust witness handling and submissions. Members of chambers frequently win national prizes and are widely recognised as experts in their fields; contributing books, articles, podcasts and publications. Coram is proud to have produced some of the country’s most highly regarded full time and part time judges.

Members of chambers appear regularly at all levels of court including the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court and have a strong track record in the Court of Protection and the Administrative Courts. In 2019, they appeared in the Supreme court on NY (A Child) and Villiers v Villiers. They have vast experience of all aspects of family law and represent parties at every level of tribunal.

Members

Mark Twomey QC (2017 Silk)- Head of Chambers

Alison Easton (1994)- Head of Chambers

Sally Harrison QC (2010 Silk)

Liz Isaacs QC (2013 Silk)

Marcia Williams QC (2017 Hon QC)

Shiva Ancliffe QC (2020 Silk)

Michael Horton QC (2020 Silk)

Catherine Nicholes (1977)

Aditya Kumar Sen (1977)

Martha Cover (1979)

Anne Spratling (1980)

Kate Hudson (1981)

Meena Gill (1982)

Jacqueline Marks (1984)

Nicholas O’Brien (1985)

Divya Bhatia (1986)

Gill Honeyman (2011, Sol 1988)

Georgia Mitropoulos (1989)

Neil Bullock (1989)

Joanna Youll (1989)

John Paul Cregan (1990)

Neil Fry (1992)

Sima Kothari (1992)

Dermot Casey (1994)

Siobhan F Kelly (1995)

William Metaxa (1995)

Danielle Lewis (1995)

Caitlin Ferris (1996)

Christopher Archer (1996)

Susan Stamford (1997)

Judith Pepper (1998)

Nicholas Horsley (1998)

Richard Beddoe (1999)

Yasmeen Jamil (1999)

Richard O’Sullivan (2000)

Anne-Marie Glover (2000)

Sarah Branson (2001)

Tosin Oguntayo (2001)

Helen Harper (2002)

Mary-Jane Taylor (2003)

Georgina Clark (2003)

Sophie Hill (2003)

James Schofield (2004)

Hala Mustafa (2004)

Anna Walsh (2013, Sol 2004)

Rosina Aman (2005)

Anarkali Musgrave (2005)

Amanda Bewley (2005)

Greg Williams (2006)

Richard Yorke (2006)

Lucinda Wicks (2006)

Kieran Pugh (2006)

Georgina Rushworth (2007)

Ramanjit Kang (2007)

Melissa Harrison (2009)

Tracy Chapman (2009)

Sarah Tyler (2009)

Matthew Richardson (2009)

Victoria Roberts (2009)

Caroline Croft (2010)

Matthew Shaw (2011)

Dr. Bianca Jackson (2012)

Anna Ratcliffe (2015, Sol 2012)

Adrian Barnett-Thoung-Holland (2013)

Hannah Gomersall (2013)

Alexander Laing (2014)

Victoria Haberfield (2014)

Julia Queen (2015)

Rachel Cooper (2017)

John-Paul McCarthy (2018)

Sam Watts (2018)

Srishti Suresh (2018)

Olivia Kirkbride (2019)

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Family: Children
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