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Head of Chambers: Keith Rowley KC

Senior Clerks: John Clark

Chief Executive: Fiona Fitzgerald

Clerks: Lee Wright, Justin Allen, Callum Clark, Vince Carter, George Rushton, Charles Edwards, Louise Hornsby, Alexander Manias

Tenants: 73

THE CHAMBERS Radcliffe Chambers is a modern chambers based in historic Lincoln’s Inn. It specialises in commercial, private client, property, insolvency, pensions and charity law. The achievements of Chambers and its individual members have been recognised in recent years in the Chambers UK Bar awards, The UK Diversity Legal awards, STEP private client awards, The Lawyer awards, Halsbury Legal awards, Legal Week awards, The British Legal awards, The Legal Cheek awards and Solicitor Journal awards. Members of Chambers are regularly involved in the leading cases in their fields and chambers continues to grow its reputation for quality and innovative legal services. Services are supported by a professional and dedicated clerking and management team that provides a transparent and client driven service.

WORK UNDERTAKEN Radcliffe Chambers’ expertise encompasses a wide variety of commercial and chancery litigation and advice, including banking and financial services, charities, contracts, corporate and company, fraud and asset tracing, international arbitration, partnerships and LLPs, pensions, professional liability, real estate, restructuring and insolvency, tax and all manner of private client matters, from trusts, wills and tax, to issues arising in the Court of Protection.

PUBLICATIONS 'Pease, Chitty and Cousins, Law of Markets and Fairs, with Graham Wilson OBE' (Bloomsbury Professional, 7thed., 2020) - Edward Cousins (co-author); Gadsden and Cousins on Commons and Greens' (Sweet and Maxwell, 3rded., 2020) (Edward Cousins (co-author); A Practitioner’s Guide to the Court of Protection’ (Bloomsbury Professional, 4thed., 2018) - Justin Holmes (contributor); ‘Insolvency Litigation: A Practical Guide’ (Sweet & Maxwell, 2nd ed., 2018)– Adam Deacock (co-editor), Mark Mullen, Reuben Comiskey, Dawn McCambley, Christopher Buckley, Josh Lewison, Martin Ouwehand, Jonathan Edwards, Christopher Boardman, Catherine Doran, Shantanu Majumdar; Wurtzburg and Mills (editors); 'Cousins on Mortgages' (Sweet and Maxwell, 4thed., 2017 - Edward Cousins (co-author);Spencer Bower on Reliance-Based Estoppel (5th ed., 2017) (Peter Crampin KC, Piers Feltham, Joshua Winfield); ‘The Law of Investor Protection’, 2nd ed. (contributing editors);‘Halsbury’s Laws of England’ (Mutual Institutions) (contributing editors); ‘Halsbury’s Laws of England’ (Friendly Societies);‘Retail Mortgages: Law, Regulation and Procedure’– Sweet & Maxwell (Malcolm Waters KC, Elizabeth Ovey and Mark Fell);‘Standard Conditions of Sale’ (Malcolm Waters KC and Elizabeth Ovey); ‘Standard Commercial Property Conditions’ (Malcolm Waters KC and Elizabeth Ovey);‘Running a Charity’, Mark Mullen, Jordans (4th ed., 2015);‘Companies Limited by Guarantee’, Mark Mullen and Josh Lewison, Jordans (4th ed., 2014).

INTERNATIONAL A large percentage of Chambers’ cases involve an international element, whether before the English courts regarding assets held abroad, as part of an international arbitration, or in a dispute being heard before the courts of another country. Chambers’ regularly undertakes litigation and advisory work in major offshore jurisdictions such as the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, the Isle of Man, Jersey and Singapore. Members have also acted in a wide variety of common and civil law jurisdictions, including Australia, Brunei, France, Greece, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Scotland, South Africa, Spain and St Kitts and Nevis. Members are frequently seconded to Jersey advocates’ firms to assist on individual cases or provide general expertise.

RECRUITMENT Radcliffe Chambers offer up to three funded 12-month pupillages with a view to offering tenancies to both pupils at the end of the year if circumstances permit. Each pupil sits with four different supervisors, and has the opportunity to work with a number of other members. Pupils are encouraged to gain as much advocacy experience as possible during their second six. In recent years, the second six pupils have been able to undertake a significant amount of their own court work.

Members
  • Peter Crampin KC (1976) (KC-1993)
  • Keith Rowley KC (1979) (KC-2001)
  • Avtar Khangure KC (1985) (KC-2003)
  • Robert Pearce KC (1977) (KC-2006)
  • David Mohyuddin KC (1999) (KC - 2016)
  • James Morgan KC (1996) (KC-2017)
  • Thomas Dumont KC (1979) (KC-2019)
  • Shantanu Majumdar KC (1992) (KC-2020)
  • Christopher Boardman KC (1995) (KC-2020)
  • Kate Selway KC (1995) (KC-2020)
  • Mark Fell KC (2004) (KC 2022)
  • Matthew Weaver KC (2002) (KC 2022)
  • Jonathan Winegarten (1969)
  • Francesca Quint (1970)
  • Edward Cousins (1971)
  • Gordon Nurse (1973)
  • Elizabeth Ovey (1978)
  • Simon Williams (1984)
  • Tina Kyriakides (1984)
  • Piers Feltham (1985)
  • Howard Smith (1986)
  • Roger Mullis (1987)
  • Charles Holbech (1988)
  • Katherine McQuail (1989)
  • Adam Deacock (1991)
  • Peter Dodge (1992)
  • Marie-Claire Bleasdale (1993)
  • Simon Mills (1994)
  • Justin Holmes (1994)
  • Dov Ohrenstein(1995)
  • Douglas Keel (1997)
  • Caroline Bolton (1998)
  • Anthony Dearing (1998)
  • Paul Burton (1998)
  • Clive Moys (1998)
  • William Moffett (2000)
  • Nathan Wells (2000)
  • Gary Lidington (2000)
  • Joshua Winfield (2001)
  • Marcus Flavin (2001)
  • Reuben Comiskey (2002)
  • Martin Ouwehand (2002)
  • Oliver Hilton (2002)
  • Tom Beasley (2003)
  • Steven Barrett (2003)
  • Christopher Buckley (2004)
  • Edward Hicks (2004)
  • Josh Lewison (2005)
  • Wendy Mathers (2005)
  • Dawn McCambley (2005)
  • Catherine Doran (2008)
  • Daniel Burton (2009)
  • Kate Rogers (2009)
  • Henry Day (2011)
  • Katie Longstaff (2013)
  • Nicholas Macklam (2013)
  • Sophia Rogers (2013)
  • Andrew Brown (2014)
  • Jonathan Edwards (2014)
  • Chloe Shuffrey (2014)
  • Zachary Kell (2015)
  • Matthew Tonnard (2015)
  • Matthew Mills (2016)
  • Lauren Kreamer (2017)
  • Alexander Kingston-Splatt (2017)
  • Emma Loizou (2018)
  • Poppy Rimington-Pounder (2018)
  • Natalie Pratt (2018)
  • James Fagan (2019)
  • Daniel Thorpe (2019)
  • Piers Digby (2019)
  • Jamie Cockfield (2021)
  • Louis Grandjouan (2022)
  • Amber Turner (2021)
  • Robert Lee (2023)

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Mark Fell KC
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Court of Protection: Property & Affairs
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Court of Protection: Property & Affairs
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Court of Protection: Property & Affairs
2
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Justin Holmes
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London (Bar)
Chancery: Commercial
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7 Ranked Barristers
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Chancery: Commercial
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Silks (KC)
3
Keith Rowley KC
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Band 3
4
Christopher Boardman KC
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Band 4
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David Mohyuddin KC
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3
Dov Ohrenstein
3
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Adam Deacock
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Elizabeth Ovey
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Chancery: Traditional
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Silks (KC)
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Thomas Dumont KC
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Band 1
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Keith Rowley KC
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Robert Pearce KC
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Band 2
3
Kate Selway KC
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Josh Lewison
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Piers Feltham
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William Moffett
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Daniel Burton
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