Radcliffe Chambers Junior Programme Schedule 2023

In 2023 we will be offering a variety of in-person events and webinars of our Junior Programme! Our in-person events will have a short talk hosted by our junior barristers and will be followed by drinks and networking. We will host talks on a range of topics spanning all of our practice areas so our […]

Top Restructuring & Insolvency Cases of 2022

On Thursday 8th December, James Fagan and Piers Digby hosted out final Junior Programme webinar of this year on “Top Restructuring & Insolvency Cases of 2022”. During this webinar, James and Piers recapped some of the top restructuring and insolvency cases of the year. Junior Programme events are aimed at recently qualified lawyers and consist […]

Avtar Khangure KC

Avtar Khangure KC 2

He is recognised as an excellent advocate and adviser by both Chambers UK Bar and The Legal 500 UK Bar, and is the former Chairman of the Midland Commercial and Chancery Bar.

David Mohyuddin KC

David Mohyuddin KC

A ‘silk who gets his hands dirty’ he is a ‘reassuringly thorough and tenacious advocate’ who ‘gets the right balance between being aggressive but also pragmatic and sensible’. He is ‘technically excellent’ and ‘very aware of the practical and commercial context of his advice. He is popular with clients, being ‘a pleasure to work with.’ […]

Junior Programme: Insolvency

Junior Programme: Insolvency

Join us for Junior Programme: Insolvency presented by Andrew Brown and Emma Loizou on Thursday, 4 November 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. The webinar overview will be released shortly. Junior Programme events are aimed at recently qualified lawyers and consist of an hour long webinar covering topical issues such as recent case law. The webinars […]

An Unsettling Saga for Creditors

Christopher Boardman KC features in The Times today on an important insolvency judgment in the Supreme Court, involving subsidiaries of BAT and Sequana. “More certainty and clarity from the Supreme Court on a range of questions would have been welcome. The judgment may be something of a lost opportunity, as substantial differences of opinion were […]