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Old Square Chambers

18 May 2021
Old Square Chambers is a top ranked London and Bristol based barristers’ chambers specialising in employment, personal injury, clinical negligence and professional discipline and regulation.

A specialist set with 78 members, including 17 Queen’s Counsel, Old Square Chambers provides advocacy, advice and drafting of the highest quality at trial and appellate level.The defining quality of Old Square Chambers is excellence. This is the standard we set for ourselves in the delivery of services to our clients, and the criterion by which we assess prospective tenants. Many of our members hold part-time judicial positions, sit on specialist panels, act as mediators, and edit or contribute to leading practitioner texts. We are also ranked as a top set in both legal directories.

Our expertise covers numerous areas of law including: employment & discrimination, personal injury, clinical negligence, professional discipline & regulation, investigations, data protection & information law and inquests & public inquiries. We also have members who specialise in ADR/mediation within those practice areas.

We believe in teamwork and establishing long term working relationships with our clients. Please contact one of our helpful clerks using the details listed below. 

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