People Type: Clerks
During his career, Keith has clerked such luminaries as Lord Browne-Wilkinson of Camden, Lord Scott of Foscote, Lord Justice Jonathan Parker and Lord Justice Lloyd during their time at the Bar. Keith also takes pride in the fact that three of Radcliffe’s current silks have been clerked by him since they were pupils. Keith, in […]
As well as leading the clerks’ room, John is responsible for the development of chambers and of individual members’ practices, and plays a key role in building new and existing relationships with clients both here in the UK and in offshore jurisdictions such as Jersey, Guernsey, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Hong Kong and Singapore. […]
As deputy senior clerk, Lee supports our senior clerks in leading the clerking team, developing client relationships, and building chambers’ brand both domestically and internationally. He began clerking in 2002 and joined Radcliffe Chambers in 2015 with a team of barristers from 11 Stone Buildings. He has a BTEC in Chambers Administration and is a […]
Justin is our public direct access clerk and acts as first point of contact for members of the public wishing to instruct our barristers without also instructing a solicitor. He can advise on the suitability and availability of barristers for a particular case, and give an estimate of the likely costs involved. For more information, […]
He assists with the day-to-day running of Chambers, including looking after barristers’ practices, diary management, fees and mediation work. He also has extensive knowledge of listing procedures in the High Court. The Legal 500 UK Bar 2019 describes Vincent as “incredibly responsive and helpful”.
Bradley is currently studying for a BTEC in chambers administration. Before becoming a clerk, he completed a degree in Sport & Exercise Science at Middlesex University.