Chancery and commercial silk James Morgan QC has joined Radcliffe Chambers as an associate member.
James Morgan QC was called to the Bar in 1996 and took silk in 2017. He is highly regarded for his general commercial and chancery practices, and noted for particular expertise in the areas of company, and restructuring and insolvency law. He is recognised for his excellence across these disciplines by both Chambers UK Bar and Legal 500 Bar.
His recent work includes acting in a 10-day misfeasance trial arising out of the affairs of a football league club, successfully acting for administrators in defeating an application to remove them on the grounds of a conflict of interest, and advising as to the interaction of insolvency and shipping law in the context of the administration of travel companies with various cross-border issues.
He is described in Chambers UK Bar 2018 as “an extremely assured courtroom performer who readily gains complete client confidence”.
Fiona Fitzgerald, CEO of Radcliffe Chambers, said: “We are delighted to welcome James to chambers. He is an outstanding QC and his arrival is an important step forward in our strategy of expanding our commercial, and restructuring and insolvency practices in line with needs of our clients.”
James Morgan QC said: “I am pleased to be joining Radcliffe Chambers at such an exciting time and look forward to working with them to continue growing my practice in London and internationally.”
Radcliffe Chambers has grown significantly during 2018, adding seven new members, specialising in areas including commercial disputes, restructuring and insolvency, banking and finance, private client and property.