Radcliffe Chambers welcomes two new members

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We are delighted to welcome two new members of chambers, Daniel Thorpe and Piers Digby, who join us today following the successful completion of their pupillage. After graduating in Law from the University of Cambridge, Daniel went on to study an LLM in International Commercial Law at UCL, achieving the highest mark in his Commercial Remedies paper, before […]

David Mohyuddin KC appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge

David Mohyuddin KC

We are delighted to share the news that David Mohyuddin KC has been appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge. David has been appointed for a single fixed six-year term and will sit as a judge in the chancery division alongside full-time private practice. David took silk in 2016 and has a busy commercial, insolvency […]

Impact of Brexit on commercial litigation and arbitration

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James Morgan KC and Steven Barrett were invited by Legal Week to consider the impact that Brexit will have on commercial litigation. With the landscape now changed, could arbitration become more appealing? Subscribers can read the piece here.

Radcliffe Chambers highly commended at The Lawyer Awards 2021

Radcliffe Chambers highly commended at The Lawyer Awards 2021

We are delighted to be highly commended for Chambers of the Year at the 2021 Lawyer Awards. Thank you to our clients for their support, and our staff and barristers for their hard work. Radcliffe Chambers’ Chief Executive, Fiona Fitzgerald, and commercial and insolvency silk, David Mohyuddin KC, made a short video for The Lawyer […]

Black Internship Programme | #10000BLACKINTERNS

Black Internship Programme  | #10000BLACKINTERNS

We are proud to support this initiative by committing to host an intern at Radcliffe Chambers as part of the Bar’s collective participation in the #10000BlackInterns scheme. More information can be found here.

Bishop of Leeds v. Dixon Coles & Gill – solicitors’ fraud and limitations

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Thomas Dumont KC (assisted by Poppy Rimington-Pounder, also of Radcliffe Chambers) and Derek Bambury & Lisa Henty of Browne Jacobson LLP succeeded in the Court of Appeal today in establishing that solicitors can (despite Lewin on Trustees’ view to the contrary) rely on the innocent trustees’ 6-year limitation period, even when their fraudulent partner had […]