7BR is delighted to announce that we are again ranked as a leading set in the 2021 edition of Chambers and Partners. In addition to our expertise in Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Crime (London and Midlands Bar), and Product Liability, we have members recognised in: Financial Crime, Family: Children Law, Inquests and Public Inquiries, Employment, Police Law and Motor Insurance Fraud.
Named as a “highly regarded set in the clinical negligence market” 7BR “houses considerable strength in the handling of fatal claims, and its barristers are regularly called upon to appear at inquests.” Instructing solicitors describe us as “standout in the field of clinical negligence” and note that “the barristers working there are at the cutting edge of being able to handle complex medical negligence claims in terms of liability and quantum.”
In Personal Injury we are described as “the first port of call for both leading claimant and defendant solicitors.”
We are noted for our “impressive representation of claimants in the full range of product liability cases” and instructing solicitors praise 7BR as “the claimant set of choice in the market.”
In Crime we are known to “offer expertise spanning the full gamut of criminal matters. Members are experienced in the handling of complex and high-profile cases involving murder, sexual offences, drug trafficking, terrorism and serious violent crimes. The team is also well versed in cyber-crime matters, including cases involving cryptocurrency. The set’s barristers act for both the prosecution and the defence.”
Our clerking team is referred to as “very helpful, professional and willing to explore progressive conference ideas,” “excellent-very organised and good at recommending appropriate counsel” and are known to “always go the extra mile for their instructing solicitors.”
We would like to congratulate Collingwood Thompson QC, Simeon Maskrey QC, Derek Sweeting QC, Rachel Langdale QC, Steven Ford QC, Barbara Connolly QC, Hugh Preston QC, Pavlos Panayi QC, James House QC, Adam Weitzman QC, Andrew Wheeler QC, Adrian Langdale QC and Jennifer Carter-Manning QC on being individually ranked Silks and Deirdre Goodwin, Julian Matthews, Jeremy Pendlebury, Simon King, Timothy Meakin, Sarah Edwards, Adam Korn, Elaine Banton, Anita Guha, Kiril Waite, Gareth Weetman, Richard Baker, Adam Walker, Jonathan Bertram, Liam Ryan, Alex Young, James Robottom, Dr. Gregory Burke and Ben Isaacs who are all also listed as leading juniors.
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