Head of chambers
Mr Nicholas Le Poidevin QC
Administrative & public law
The public law Bar spans the full range of administrative, public and constitutional law.
Traditional chancery includes trusts, probate, real property and tax, while commercial chancery covers a range of finance and business disputes.
Civil law encompasses a very broad range of legal issues, including those relating to contract, tort, probate and trusts.
Company law is relevant to almost everything a company does, from filing annual returns to proper procedure in relation to board decisions.
Some of the biggest insolvencies have billions of pounds at stake, so there can be lucrative work for barristers.
Landlord & tenant/housing
<p>Housing/landlord and tenant law encompasses all aspects of residential and commercial tenancies covering issues like disrepair, human rights and succession.</p>
Clinical negligence is a type of professional liability involving disputes between patients and healthcare providers.
<p>Property law (now sometimes labelled as ‘real estate’) embraces a wide range of work, including ‘real property’ such as contracts for sale, covenants and land registration, trusts over land; and commercial and residential tenancies involving issues as diverse as disrepair, possession claims, succession and assignment. </p>