Karl Anderson

Karl joined Chambers in October 2018 after successfully completing his pupillage. He is building a broad commercial chancery practice in each of Chambers’ core practice areas. Prior to joining Chambers, Karl read law at Queens’ College, Cambridge and studied for the BCL at Christ Church, Oxford, before completing the BPTC at BPP. During this time […]

Emma Horner

Emma has a busy commercial chancery practice and welcomes instructions in all areas in which Chambers specialises. She has particular interests in insolvency, civil fraud and company law. She is equally happy working as junior counsel as part of a team, or as sole counsel, and regularly appears unled in the High Court and in […]

Lara Hassell-Hart

Lara has a busy commercial chancery practice spanning the full range of Chambers’ work. She appears frequently in the High Court, in both the Insolvency and Business List, led and unled, and has experience of trials in both the High Court and County Court. Most notably she appeared as junior to Richard Hill QC in […]

Albert Sampson

Albert has a busy and varied practice spanning commercial litigation, company law, insolvency, banking & financial services (including financial regulatory law), civil fraud and asset recovery. Albert regularly appears in the High Court and in County Courts as sole counsel for interim applications and trials. On larger cases, Albert is equally comfortable fitting into a […]

Andrew Rose

Andrew’s practice covers the full range of work done in Chambers, spanning commercial and commercial/chancery litigation and arbitration, insolvency, company law, and financial services. Before coming to the Bar he took a double First at Oxford and then worked as a teacher in Russia.

Edward Crossley

Edward practises in all areas of Chambers’ work, with a particular emphasis on commercial and company litigation and arbitration. Edward’s work frequently involves an international element and he has experience of litigation on and off-shore. Before coming to the Bar, Edward read for a degree in law at St John’s College, Cambridge and for the […]

Nienke van den Berg

Nienke has a busy and varied practice across the full spectrum of Chambers’ areas of expertise, with a particular emphasis on commercial and company litigation and insolvency. Nienke’s broad Commercial Chancery practice encompasses advising, drafting and representations in contentious and non-contentious matters. Her work frequently involves an international or cross-border element, and her experience includes […]

Joseph Wigley

Joseph has a litigation-focussed commercial chancery practice, which includes advice, drafting and representation in matters across 4 Stone Buildings’ core practice areas. He is instructed both on his own and (in high profile and high-value cases) led by senior barristers both in and out of Chambers, appearing in both the Commercial Court and the Chancery […]

Eleanor Holland

Recommended by Legal 500 as one of the top ten commercial litigation juniors under eight years’ call, Eleanor is “Good with clients, hardworking and a very nice person too”. Eleanor has practical experience across the range of Chambers’ practice areas, and has a broad commercial Chancery practice, encompassing advice, drafting and representation in contentious and […]

James Knott

James has a broad commercial and company based practice. His work encompasses advice, drafting and representation for domestic and international clients across 4 Stone Buildings’ core practice areas, with a particular emphasis on shareholders’ disputes and civil fraud. Equally at home acting as sole counsel or being led, James regularly appears in the Chancery Division […]