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Senior Clark Ian Burrow
Number of tenants: 72

The Chambers
One Pump Court Chambers is a dynamic and modern set. Founded in 1978. Chambers is run as a democratic collective and is committed to assisting the disadvantaged by providing expert services in advice, advocacy and dispute resolution.

The Chambers reflects its purpose by seeking equality for all and diversity amongst its barristers and staff. It maximises its impact by providing high quality, efficient services delivered in an accessible way.

One Pump Court has established a solid and growing reputation in its traditional areas of work while developing its client base through the expansion of direct access, private (both domestic and international), and regulatory work, as well as mediation. Through their fearless advocacy and their professionalism, One Pump Court’s barristers seek to provide access to justice for the vulnerable and disadvantaged, and fight against poverty, abuse, neglect and discrimination.

Members of Chambers sit as part-time judges in the County Court and Tribunals (immigration, social security, property and employment). Former members have been appointed to the judiciary, including to the High Court.

Barristers at One Pump Court regularly conduct seminars for practitioners and provide tailor-made training sessions for external organisations such as ILPA, HLPA, JWCT, LAG, ATLeP, HJT and Shelter. The Chambers and individual barristers have been nominated for various professional awards.

WORK UNDERTAKEN
Chambers specialises in publicly funded work and has been involved in many high profile cases. Areas include administrative and public law, crime (including white collar), immigration, family, housing and community care, property, general civil litigation, social welfare and prison law. A large percentage of members are Direct Access accredited.

PUBLICATIONS
Members have written and contributed to legal textbooks and other publications including but not limited to Lawyer Monthly, Butterworth’s Immigration Law Service, the Journal of Housing Law, Legal Action Blackstone’s Guide to the Domestic Violence Act, Family Law Week, Education Law and Practice, The Prisons Handbook, Human Trafficking Handbook, The Fuel Rights Handbook, The English/Japanese Legal Dictionary and Handbook and Butterworths Money Laundering Law, The Immigration Law Handbook.

Members
  • Lindsay Adams (1987) T
  • Yinka Adedeji (1997) T
  • Jonathan Adler (1999) T A
  • Mark Allison (2016) T
  • Jennifer Barker (2000) T
  • Stephen Bartlet-Jones (2004) T A
  • Delphine Breese-Laughran (1991) T
  • Allan Briddock (2000) T
  • Benjamin Bundock (2013) T
  • Alex Burrett (1999) T A
  • Parosha Chandran (1997) T A
  • David Chirico (2002) T
  • Sarah Corbett-Batson (2017) T
  • Natalie Csengeri (2011) T A
  • Chandrika Deshpande (2014) T
  • Zani Dingiswayo (2001) T
  • Annie Dixon (1991) T
  • Edmund Eldergill (1991) T A
  • Amean Elgadhy (2008) T
  • Sam Elliott (2014) T A
  • Rachel Francis (2012) T
  • Joshua Garwood (1992) T A
  • Julia Gasparro (1999) T A
  • Andrew Gilbert (2009) T A Eleri Griffiths (2014) T
  • Michelle Harris (2000) T
  • Philippa Hemery (2009) T A
  • Martin Hodgson (1980) T A
  • Sharon Holloway (1994) T
  • Abida Huda (1989) T A
  • Mary Hughes (1994) T A
  • Timur Hussein (1993) T A
  • Samuel Jarman (1989) T A
  • Melanie Johnson (1996) T A
  • Manjeet K Kaler (1993) T A
  • Ranjiv Khubber (1994) T
  • Gilda Kiai (2004) T
  • Stephen Knight (2011) T
  • Raggi Kotak (2000) T
  • Victoria Laughton (1998) T
  • Rebecca Littlewood (1988) T A
  • Michael Marsh Hyde (2006) T A
  • Alan Masters (1979) T A (Irish Bar 1993) T A
  • Rebecca Martin (2002) T A
  • Clive Matthews (2019) T
  • Philip McLeish (2003) T A
  • Patrick McMorrow (1996) T
  • Helen Monah (1996) T
  • Tamara Muhammad (1998) T
  • Angelina Nicolaou (2015) T
  • Nicholas Nicol (1986) T A
  • Asma Nizami (2009) T
  • Michele O’Leary (1983) T A
  • Ahmed Osman (2015) T
  • Charlie Peat (2003) T A
  • Terry Pedro (1996) T A
  • Catherine Philps (2018) T
  • Claire Physsas (2004) T A
  • James Presland (1985) T
  • Althea Radford (2009) T
  • Catherine Robinson (2011) T A
  • Eleanor Sanders (2014) T
  • Ruby Sayed (1999) T A
  • James Shaw (2018) T
  • Harriet Short (2007) T
  • Priya Solanki (2008) T A
  • Rudolph Spurling (2007) T
  • Simon Stafford-Michael (1982) T A
  • Emma Stuart King (2005) T A
  • Alessia Thomas (2011) T
  • Patricia Tueje (1999) T A
  • Sophie Walker (2016) T
  • Tayyiba Ahmad (1998)*
  • Ripon Akther (2003) *
  • Adrienne Barnett (1981) *
  • Francesa Del Mese (1998)*
  • Sally Dent (1989) *
  • Tom Gaisford (2013) *
  • Eleanor Hutchinson (2007)*
  • Ajanta Kaza (1998) *
  • Neville Rudston(2000) *
  • Lucy Taylor-Gee (2006)*
  • Usha Teji (1981)*
  • Catorina Vine (2002)*
  • Nicola Wacey (2004)*
  • Lorraine Waldron (2004)*
  • T Tenant
  • * Door Tenant
  • ++ Honorary Door Tenant
  • A Public/Direct Access

One Pump Court rankings

UK Bar Guide 2022
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Band
London (Bar)
Civil Liberties & Human Rights
1 Ranked Barrister
Juniors
Victoria Laughton
4
Victoria Laughton
4
Band 4
Immigration
1 Set
9 Ranked Barristers
Set
Immigration
2
Immigration
2
Band 2
Juniors
David Chirico
David Chirico
Star Individuals
2
Catherine Robinson
2
Band 2
3
Alex Burrett
3
Band 3
Victoria Laughton
3
Victoria Laughton
3
Band 3
Allan Briddock
4
Allan Briddock
4
Band 4
4
Benjamin Bundock
4
Band 4
Emma Daykin
4
Emma Daykin
4
Band 4
4
Gilda Kiai
4
Band 4
4
Priya Solanki
4
Band 4
Social Housing
1 Set
4 Ranked Barristers
Set
Social Housing
4
Social Housing
4
Band 4
Juniors
Martin Hodgson
2
Martin Hodgson
2
Band 2
4
Michael Marsh-Hyde
4
Band 4
4
Nik Nicol
4
Band 4
4
Patricia Tueje
4
Band 4