7BR ranked as a leading set in Chambers UK Bar 2020

7BR is delighted to have been ranked in Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Product Liability and Crime in the 2020 edition of Chambers UK Bar. Many individual members have also been highlighted across Family, Financial Crime, Inquests and Public Inquires and Motor Insurance Fraud.

We are proud that our clerking team are renowned for being ‘very attentive’, ‘responsive’ and ‘always positive and helpful’. The first class service we strive to provide is described as ‘very sleek and instantaneous.’

We are pleased that our expertise in Clinical Negligence is recognised – ‘a highly regarded set in the London clinical negligence market housing a number of high-quality barristers experienced in the handling of complex and high-value claims.’ Instructing solicitors note that the ‘breadth and depth of legal knowledge available at the set is excellent.’ Simeon Maskrey QC is also one of only three barristers that are ranked as a “Star Individual” in Clinical Negligence.

7BR is admired by the market for our “representation of claimants in a plethora of significant product liability cases” and our members “consistently appear in the most important medical device and pharmaceutical actions, as well as a spectrum of cases relating to defective consumer goods.”

Our wealth of experience in high-profile criminal matters is highlighted with ‘regular instructions from both leading defence firms and prosecution agencies. Areas of particular strength for the set include cases involving terrorism, serious violent offences, serious sexual offences, human trafficking and cybercrime. Members are also regularly instructed in complex fraud cases and drug trafficking matters’

7BR’s reputation in the personal injury market is also acknowledged – ‘garnering recognition for its expert representation of both claimants and defendants in a wide range of claims.’ Instructing solicitors praise our ‘high-calibre barristers’ adding that ‘they don’t shy away from difficult cases.’

Chambers would like to congratulate Collingwood Thompson QC, Simeon Maskrey QC, Derek Sweeting QC, Rachel Langdale QC, Barbara Connolly QC, Hugh Preston QC, Adam Weitzman QC, Andrew Wheeler QC and Steven Ford QC on being individually ranked Silks and Deirdre Goodwin, Julian Matthews, Jeremy Pendlebury, Simon King, Leslie Keegan, Timothy Meakin, Adam Korn, Adrian Langdale, Anita Guha, Kiril Waite, Jennifer Carter-Manning, Gareth Weetman, Richard Baker, Adam Walker, Jonathan Bertram and James Robottom who are all also listed as leading juniors.

You can view our full write up here.

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