Katie Longstaff returns to Chambers

We are delighted to announce Katie Longstaff is returning to Chambers on Monday 14 August following her maternity leave. Katie’s practice covers a broad spectrum of commercial and insolvency work for international and domestic clients, across a wide range of sectors (including financial services and real estate). If you have a commercial matter that requires […]

Emma Loizou returns to Chambers

We are delighted to welcome Emma Loizou back from her Inner Temple Pegasus placement in Bermuda with Carey Olsen. We would like to thank Carey Olsen for hosting Emma. Emma’s first day back in chambers is Wednesday 9 August and she will continue to take instructions on private client, insolvency, property and commercial matters. You […]

James Fagan receives legal department panel promotions

We are delighted to announce that the Attorney General has promoted James Fagan as a panellist to the crown. James has been promoted to the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown. His appointment is effective for 5 years, starting from Friday 1st of September.

We regret to inform you of the passing of Dame Sonia Proudman DBE

We are sorry to record the death of Dame Sonia Proudman, a Judge of the Chancery Division of the High Court from 2008 to 2017 and a former member of Radcliffe Chambers. Sonia Proudman went from St Paul’s Girls’ School to read Law at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, graduating with first class honours.  She won […]

Reuben Comiskey Appointed Pro Bono Champion

Reuben Comiskey has been appointed Radcliffe Chambers’ Champion of Pro Bono. In his role Reuben will work closely with Advocate to ensure we continue to provide legal advice and advocacy to help those most in need of access to justice. Advocate is a charity that match members of the public who need free legal help […]

Radcliffe Chambers ranked highly in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2023

We are delighted that Radcliffe Chambers and 19 of our members have been ranked once again in the Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide for Chancery: Traditional. Congratulations to our barristers and clerks for receiving such fantastic feedback, which includes “The barristers at Radcliffe Chambers are exceptionally well placed to handle complex matters. They […]

Jeremy Cousins KC retires from Radcliffe Chambers

Today marks the retirement of Jeremy Cousins KC, an eminent barrister and outstanding member of Radcliffe Chambers. Having been called to the Bar in 1977 and being appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1999, Jeremy has become one of London’s leading barristers in the field of commercial and commercial chancery law and professional negligence and breach of […]

Denaxe Ltd v Cooper & Rubin [2023] EWCA Civ 752

On 30 June 2023, David Mohyuddin KC and Daniel Burton instructed by Martin Jensen and Zoe White of Beale & Co Solicitors LLP, succeeded in resisting an appeal brought against their clients, Paul Cooper and David Rubin, the former receivers appointed in 2019 by way of equitable execution over certain assets relating to Blackpool Football […]

Amber Turner and Robert Lee accept tenancy at Radcliffe Chambers

We are delighted to announce that our two current pupils have been offered tenancy with us and have accepted. On 1 October 2023 Amber Turner and Robert Lee will join us as members. Before starting pupillage at Radcliffe, Amber worked at Advocate as their first Commercial Chancery Caseworker. She remains committed to involvement in pro bono […]