Legal 500, 2020: 10 members of chambers ranked

September 30, 2019

We are delighted that 10 members of chambers have been included in Legal 500 2020. Additionally, we are ranked as a set for our social housing law team.

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

Social housing

Band 2

Clare Cullen – ‘She has a brilliant and incisive legal mind. She is devastatingly effective within a courtroom and is able to come up with creative and pragmatic advice when conducting litigation.’

Band 3

Adrian Davis – ‘His recent work has included tenancy fraud cases and homelessness appeals.’

Emma Godfrey – ‘She is precise in her paper work, a very effective advocate and is always willing to take on a challenge.’

Sarah Salmon – ‘Her pleadings and advice are always immaculately set out, persuasive, clearly written and well researched. Sarah is also a confident and successful court advocate.’

Band 4

Alexander Campbell – ‘His housing law expertise is complemented by knowledge of discrimination and human rights issues.’

Children law (including public and private law)

Band 3

Ruth Cabeza – ‘A very thorough junior.’

Dennis Sharpe ‘very experienced in children law’

Family (including divorce and financial remedy)

Band 4

Christopher Stirling – ‘He very quickly grasps the key issues and advises in a straightforward and calm way.’

Media and entertainment

Band 4

John Critchley – ‘He is a very good all-round media litigator and safe pair of hands.’

Administrative and public law (including local government)

Band 2

Francis Hoar – ‘Instructed by pro-Brexit campaigners in election law matters.’