Chambers and Partners, 2021: 8 members of chambers ranked

October 22, 2020

We are delighted that 8 members of chambers have been included in Chambers and Partners 2021. Additionally, we continue to be ranked as a set for our social housing law team.

Thank you to all our clients for your support during the year and particular thanks to everyone who gave feedback on our barristers.

Social housing

Band 3 Set

“Field Court Chambers continues to boast a well-respected team with a notable presence in the social housing sector. Members represent housing associations, local authorities and other landlords in cases such as homelessness appeals, possession proceedings and disrepair claims. The barristers continue to act in a wide range of cases which involve human rights considerations.”

Band 2

Sarah Salmon – “Sarah is a superb barrister. She has a fantastic knowledge of housing law. Her drafting is exemplary and her advice is always well researched, clear and compelling. She is a brilliantly effective advocate with a first-rate legal mind.”

Band 3

Adrian Davis – “He offers precise advocacy, he’s good on his feet and he is always considerate.”

Band 4

Emma Godfrey – “Emma is professional and no-nonsense.”

Clare Cullen – “Clare is a brilliant barrister who is thorough and approachable. She exudes confidence in a courtroom which is fully justified by her exceptional advocacy.”

Alexander Campbell – “Alex is professional, friendly and relaxed. He is an excellent advocate and always produces excellent results on all cases. He is extremely personable.”

Community care

Band 2

Hilton Harrop-Griffiths “Calm, measured and experienced.”

Election law

Band 1

Francis Hoar – “He’s assured without being unapproachable, and extremely experienced in electoral law.” “His written opinions are always top-notch.”

Family: Children

Band 4

Ruth Cabeza – “She has great gravitas and is a good, solid, all-round performer.”

Local government

Band 3

Hilton Harrop-Griffiths – “He’s very pragmatic and makes powerful submissions.”