We are delighted to announce that our current pupil, Matthew Mills, will become a full member of Radcliffe Chambers on completion of his pupillage at the beginning of October 2018.
Mark Mullen appeared for HM Attorney General before the Court of Appeal in Lehtimäki v The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (UK) and others  EWCA Civ 1605.
Radcliffe Chambers is pleased to welcome Edward Cousins as an Associate Member.
In a bizarre claim brought in France, a seemingly inexperienced day trader is suing a UK authorised brokerage for profits made by building up a $5 billion position in US equity futures on what he initially believed to be a ‘demo’ trading platform.
Radcliffe Chambers is sad to mark the passing of a much-loved former head of chambers, Roger Cooke. Roger had a heavy practice in the core private client and property areas of chambers, specialising particularly in probate actions.
Christopher Boardman successfully argued before the Court of Appeal on behalf of the Respondent that a Judge sitting in the Mercantile Court in Bristol had not erred in granting summary judgment to a bank in respect of a cross-claim for damages brought by mortgagors for negligence and breach of statutory duty following a possession order made against a property.
Shantanu Majumdar discussed London’s position as a leading centre for dispute resolution following Brexit in a recent article for The Global Legal Post.
Radcliffe Chambers is pleased to welcome two new members, commercial and insolvency barristers Kate Rogers and Katie Longstaff.
On Tuesday 15 May, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the ground-breaking identity fraud case of Dreamvar (UK) Ltd v Mishcon de Reya  EWCA Civ 1082 (heard in February/March together with the appeal in P&P Property Ltd v Owen White & Catlin LLP).