Field Court Chambers is delighted to announce that 8 members of Chambers have been listed in the Legal 500 2014 edition.
About Chambers as a whole the guide commented: Field Court Chambers provides ‘a high standard of advice and advocacy’. It is a ‘reliable’ multi-disciplinary set with experience in commercial, employment, family, personal injury, property and public law. In addition, members have niche expertise in Court of Protection matters, police law and inquests disputes. Chambers is recognised for its ‘excellent service’, and ‘professional and unfailingly helpful’ clerks, who ‘always endeavour to provide a suitable barrister for urgent matters’. Senior clerk Ian Boardman and chambers manager Delia Lees-Buckley are names to note.
Administrative and public law (including local government) – Leading juniors
- Hilton Harrop-Griffiths- ‘Has a great deal of expertise advising local authorities.’
Children law (including public and private law) – Leading juniors
- Ruth Cabeza – ‘Truly an expert in the field of inter-country adoption matters.’
- Dennis Sharpe – ‘A well-respected junior.’
Employment – Leading juniors
- John Crosfill – ‘Fights his client’s corner, while maintaining a non-aggressive and likeable stance.’
Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading juniors
- Christopher Stirling – ‘Reliable, thorough in his preparation and extremely knowledgeable.’
Media and entertainment Media and entertainment – Leading juniors
- John Critchley – ‘Recommended for cases involving fine arts, the music business, film and television.’
Social housing – Leading juniors
- Adrian Davis – ‘Clear, concise advice and pleadings often involving complex points of law.’
- Jonathan Pennington Legh – ‘Reliable, efficient, thorough, competent and cost-effective. Good rapport with clients.’