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Ranked in The Legal 500: Leading Set

A common law chambers with ‘a can-do attitude’, 42 Bedford Row is ‘very strong’ across employment and family law issues. Chambers offers ‘a range of styles which are suitable for all case types’ and is ‘particularly skilled with complex public law matters’. Junior counsel are ‘solid and reliable’, and more senior practitioners are ‘highly respected and easy to work with’.

Client service: The ‘well-organised’ clerks’ room is ‘efficient and accommodating’ and ‘willing to go the extra mile’. At senior practice manager level, Steve Sheridan ‘bends over backwards to help’ and James Tidnam ‘goes above and beyond to ensure client satisfaction’. Practice manager Clare Sabido is ‘a cut above other clerks’ and the ‘fantastic’ Stuart Ritchie ‘ensures that top-quality service is provided at all times’. Vincent Denham is chambers director.

Children law (including public and private law) – Leading silks

Tina Cook QC – ‘A silk who involves the client at every stage.’
Ranked: tier 2

Children law (including public and private law) – 2018 silks

Gemma Taylor QC – ‘Recommended for complex medical evidence and serious injury cases.’
Ranked: tier 1

Children Law (including public and private law) – Leading juniors

Damian Woodward-Carlton – ‘Damian excels at managing clients’ anxieties when cases are stressful.’
Ranked: tier 2

Jonathan Bennett – ‘He is always willing to go that extra mile.’
Ranked: tier 2

Katie Phillips – ‘Experienced in complicated sexual abuse cases.’
Ranked: tier 3

Clinical negligence – Leading sets – ranked: tier 3

Clinical negligence – Leading juniors

Richard Furniss – ‘He has excellent analytical skills and robust approach and is very approachable.’
Ranked: tier 2

Scott Matthewson – ‘He takes a practical view of cases and is very personable.’
Ranked: tier 2

Employment – Leading juniors

Iris Ferber – ‘She is well prepared, clear in her arguments and compelling to watch.’
Ranked: tier 4

Jude Shepherd – ‘She inspires confidence and has an excellent manner with clients.’
Ranked: tier 4

Orlando Holloway – ‘He is very commercial and easy to get along with.’
Ranked: tier 4

Susan Chan -‘She is very calm and adopts a measured approach.’
Ranked: tier 4

Timothy Adkin – ‘He is highly regarded for his whistleblowing and discrimination work.’
Ranked: tier 4

Inquests and inquiries – Leading juniors

Richard Furniss – ‘Excellent for inquests and judicial reviews.’
Ranked: tier 2

Susan Chan – ‘Always very amenable and quick to respond.’
Ranked: tier 3

Personal injury – Leading juniors

Richard Furniss – He has a brilliant brain and an ability to absorb massive amounts of complex information while producing sensible and realistic advice.’
Ranked: tier 1

Scott Matthewson – ‘He is charming when needed and firm when required which makes him a truly excellent advocate.’
Ranked: tier 2

Richard Gregory – ‘Attention to detail is second to none; drafting skills are superb; knowledge of brain injury in particular is excellent; very client friendly and easy to work with.’
Ranked: tier 3

Social housing – Leading juniors

Naomi Hawkes – ‘A clear and concise advocate, who is very courteous and always well-prepared.’
Ranked: tier 3

Iris Ferber – ‘Provides down-to-earth, practical legal advice in local government litigation.’
Ranked: tier 4

http://www.legal500.com/firms/9586/9523 


30.10.2018