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Brick Court Chambers

Brick Court Chambers is a set of barristers' chambers in London. It specialises in Commercial, EU, Competition and Public Law work.

Currently comprising 81 full-time members, 36 of whom are Queen's Counsel, including well-known silk Sir Sydney Kentridge QC (a former Acting Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa). The current heads of chambers are Jonathan Hirst QC and Helen Davies QC. The current senior clerks are Ian Moyler and Julian Hawes.

At the 2012 Lawyer Awards it was awarded ‘Chambers of the Year’.[1]

Notable former members include Lord Sumption, Lord Phillips, Sir Richard Aikens.

References

  1. ^ http://www.thelawyer.com/the-lawyer-awards-mishcon-de-reya-brick-court-scoop-top-prizes/1013087.article

External links

  • Home page
  • 2001 article from The Telegraph
  • 2008 article from LegalWeek
  • Chambers and Partners Profile
  • Legal 500 Profile
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