Skip to content
BARRISTER PROFILE

Garden Court Chambers

Adrian Marshall Williams

London, UK UK Bar Guide 2022 Ranked in 1 departments

Barrister profile for UK Bar 2022

Chambers Review

Chambers Research is conducted by 200 Research Analysts, across 200 jurisdictions and provides nearly 6,000 rankings tables. Annually we collect hundreds of thousands of responses from clients, the majority via in-depth interview. Learn more about our methodology.

UK Bar
Social Housing - London (Bar)

Band 4

Adrian Marshall Williams
Adrian Marshall Williams is noted for his broad social housing practice, which includes possession claims and homelessness appeals. He has significant expertise in cases concerning mental health and capacity issues.
Strengths: "He is really approachable and very thorough in his work." "He is diligent and methodical, always ensuring that he makes the best case on behalf of clients while providing realistic advice on merits. He goes out of his way to ensure that he is able to provide a good service."
Recent work: Represented a client facing loss of local authority housing assistance. The client's learning disability was recognised and permanent accommodation was secured.
Learn more about this team View ranking table

This page contains Chambers Research content only

Enhance your profile to connect with potential clients

View other individuals ranked in this Guide

Band 2

Stefan Völker

Gleiss Lutz

Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Unfair Competition, Germany

Band 5

Claus Eckhartt

BARDEHLE PAGENBERG

Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Unfair Competition, Germany

Band 5

Thomas Raab

Taylor Wessing

Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Unfair Competition, Germany

Band 4

Andrea Lensing-Kramer

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Unfair Competition, Germany

Band 3

Matthias Koch

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Unfair Competition, Germany

Band 5

Thomas Nägele

SZA Schilling, Zutt & Anschütz

Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Unfair Competition, Germany