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Members of Chambers discretely and expertly provide a full spectrum of ADR services. Counsel are sought-after for appointments, due to their renown in their specialist areas, and the professional, prompt and personal way in which they deliver their service. Our responsive and energetic clerking team is ready to assist.
There are a range of ADR procedures which are delivered by barristers in Chambers:
In addition, members of Chambers can be instructed to advise and represent the parties in any of these ADR procedures.
When clients and parties are looking at who to appoint in their chosen process, Chambers’ approachable clerking team is available at all times to help find the best fit.
Chambers’ expertise in each area of ADR and the members who accept appointments are set out below.
With 10 or more accredited mediators in Chambers, parties are able to select an excellent option based on:
Mediator profiles are accordingly incorporated within the members’ main profile to enable clients to have a holistic picture. Please click on the following links for Chambers’ Mediation documents.
Chambers can offer outstanding specialism in a number of practice areas, and our members are perfectly placed to provide expert determination and adjudication on difficult issues that may arise in disputes.
Members of Chambers author or edit a number of the main practitioner texts, for example Lewin on Trusts, Hollington on Shareholder Rights and Theobald on Wills, to name but three from a much larger collection. To illustrate the cutting edge of scholarship within Chambers, the 2nd edition of the Digital Estate (in relation to crypto assets) has recently been published. See all publications >
This is complemented by the global reach of Chambers, with members having extensive experience of appearing or advising in a wealth of overseas jurisdictions. In addition, there is a depth and breadth of practical know-how, with a number of barristers having worked with regulators, as directors and trustees, in other professions, in financial services and in business.
Please see the barristers’ profiles to identify a relevant expert, with the clerks being on hand and happy to assist with any enquiries.
Whilst early neutral evaluation (ENE) and financial dispute resolution (FDR) procedures are a comparative rarity in the Business and Property Courts, they can play a valuable role in dispute resolution, and there may be considerable time and cost savings by the parties privately appointing a senior barrister to expresses their views on the case and the ways forward and to assist the parties to move towards settlement.
Members of Chambers offering ENE and FDR include part-time judges, leading experts in their speciality, editors of practitioner texts and Counsel of significant standing.
Members of Chambers have extensive domestic and international experience across a wide range of institutional and ad hoc arbitral proceedings. Please see members’ individual profiles in this regard.
In addition, members accept appointments as arbitrator to provide a confidential and streamlined procedure to determine the parties’ dispute fairly and promptly. Chambers’ dynamic and experienced clerking team is on hand to enhance the service.
A number of barristers sit part-time as judges in the Courts and also in specialist tribunals.
Appointing a barrister to conduct an independent investigation or inquiry for an organisation, may be desirable in a number of circumstances, for example where:
Particular issues, amenable to independent investigation, may include potential:
Chambers has extensive experience across all areas of corporate activity, public sector organisations, financial services and many regulated sectors.
Please contact the clerking team to discuss which Counsel may be most suitable for appointment.
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