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“Crown Office Chambers is distinguished by the quality of its members. From its outstanding silks down to its leading juniors, excellence runs through the set.”
With over 100 barristers working in specialist areas, our multi-discipline chambers has strong expertise in commercial and general insurance.
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The ‘outstanding’ clerks are ‘commercial and willing to consider cases on innovative fee structures – not something seen at some of the more traditional sets’.
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As a strong commercial set, our dedicated staff provide extensive support to help maintain Crown Office as a leading chambers.
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Home // Archives for April 2018
Robert O’Leary considers the issue of vicarious liability following Andrew Chell v Tarmac Cement and Lime Limited  EWHC 2613 (QB)Respirable Crystalline Silica Dust – The Next Asbestos?“A safer conversation: reasonable practicability”
Construction adjudication: a peep into the futureKim Franklin QC and Ivor Collett to speak at CIArb webinar “Construction adjudication: current developments and a peep into the future”“Keeping an eye on COVID-19: the morning after the night before” by Harry Vann & Katie Sage
Passing of Sir Roy BeldamIsabel Hitching QC appointed by Lord Chancellor to Civil Procedure Rule CommitteeWe are proud to be ranked in 14 practice areas in The Legal 500 2021 UK Bar Edition, with 20 new additional rankings
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