Field Court Chambers is delighted to announce that 5 members of Chambers have been listed in the Chambers UK 2017 edition with first time listings for Ruth Cabeza, Rhys Hadden and Francis Hoar

November 2, 2016

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our clients for their support during the past year with a special thank you to all those who participated in the feedback process.

ADMINISTRATIVE & PUBLIC LAW — LONDON (BAR) – Band 4

Hilton Harrop-Griffiths – “He very quickly gets to grips with a case.” “Very knowledgeable about the area of law.”

 

COURT OF PROTECTION: HEALTH & WELFARE — ALL CIRCUITS – Band 3

Rhys Hadden – “He is incredible and liked very much by clients, who admire his manner and superior drafting.” “With Rhys, you know 100% that he’s reliable and will thoroughly prepare for the case. Rhys is excellent at talking to vulnerable adults, breaking down complex legal issues and making sure they can understand and participate as much as possible.”

 

COMMUNITY CARE — LONDON (BAR) – Band 1

Hilton Harrop-Griffiths – An “enormously knowledgeable” barrister, who is a leading junior acting for local authorities in community care matters. He is particularly well regarded for his work in cases concerning the relationship between immigration and asylum legislation and community care. “He’s very sensible and very down-to-earth.” “Experienced, responsive, reliable and very knowledgeable.”

 

ELECTION LAW — LONDON (BAR) – Band 1

Francis Hoar – “He was extremely thorough and he really had a great will to uncover anything that would assist the case.”

 

FAMILY: CHILDREN — LONDON (BAR) – Band 4

Ruth Cabeza – “She is the go-to person for cases involving inter-country adoption and has notable skills in child trafficking and Hague Convention abductions.”

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT — LONDON (BAR) – Band 4

Hilton Harrop-Griffiths – “He is highly responsive and very knowledgeable.”

 

SOCIAL HOUSING — LONDON (BAR) – Band 3

Adrian Davis – “An excellent barrister and a first choice for dealing with difficult housing cases. He can quickly make sense of, and advise on, complex issues.”