Radcliffe Chambers is a barristers’ chambers specialising in commercial, insolvency, pensions, private client, property and charity law. We are committed to our clients and work hard to maintain our position as a leader in our fields.
We provide legal advice and representation to law firms, corporates, financial institutions, trustees, charities, governments, private individuals and professional advisers, such as accountancy firms and insolvency practitioners.
Our expertise encompasses a wide variety of commercial and chancery litigation and advice, including banking and financial services, charities, contracts, corporate and company, fraud and asset tracing, international arbitration, partnerships and LLPs, pensions, professional liability, real estate, restructuring and insolvency, tax and all manner of private client matters, from trusts, wills and tax, to issues arising in the Court of Protection.
We collaborate with our clients to obtain the best possible outcomes for them and bring clear thought and practical advice to their most difficult problems. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding client service and supporting our clients in their long-term success by understanding what drives them and acting as an extension of their team.
We act responsibly, understanding that our clients expect us to meet high standards in the services we provide, the way we run our business and how we contribute to our profession and wider society. We believe that the long-term success of our chambers depends on meeting and exceeding these expectations.
Radcliffe Chambers was created by the merger of two leading chancery chambers, 11 New Square and 11 Old Square, in 2006. In 2015 we were joined by a highly regarded team of commercial and insolvency barristers from 11 Stone Buildings. All three chambers had traditions of excellence which continue to inform the high standards we aspire to today.
We have expanded significantly over the past few years to meet the evolving needs of our clients, but continue to take a personal approach to all we do.