7BR is pleased to announce that we are again ranked as a leading set in the 2022 edition of Legal 500.

We are delighted to have been recognised as a Tier 1 set for Clinical Negligence and have been described as having ‘a vast range of incredibly talented barristers, with a variety of experience, who can handle anything which comes our way.

In addition to our expertise in Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Crime (Regional Bar), and Product Liability, we have members recognised in: Business and Regulatory Crime, Children Law (Including Public and Private), Fraud Crime, Inquests and Inquiries, Employment, Offshore and Regional Bar Crime (General & Fraud), International Arbitration: Counsel, Energy, Commodities and Tax VAT.

For Criminal work we are considered as a ‘well regarded set who are professional and amongst some of the best in their field.’

We would like to individually congratulate Collingwood Thompson QC, Simeon Maskrey QC, Derek Sweeting QC, Rachel Langdale QC, Barbara Connolly QC, Hugh Preston QC, Pavlos Panayi QC, James House, QC, Adam Weitzman QC, Andrew Wheeler QC, Vanessa Marshall QC, Jern-Fei Ng QC, Brendan Roche QC, Adrian Langdale QC and Jennifer Carter-Manning QC on being individually ranked Silks and Deirdre Goodwin, Julian Matthews, Simon Wheatley, Jeremy Pendlebury, Simon King, Timothy Meakin, Sarah Edwards, Adam Korn, Jeffrey Jupp, Elaine Banton, Anita Guha, Kiril Waite, Kate Lumbers, Gareth Weetman, David O’Mahony, Richard Baker, Adam Walker, William Chapman, Craig Carr, James Weston, Jonathan Bertram, Liam Ryan, Alex Young, James Robottom, Ben Isaacs, Caroline Lody and Dr. Gregory Burke who are all also listed as leading juniors.

Congratulations also to our clerking and staff team who are praised for being ‘some of the best in the business – going the extra mile and making an effort to get to know instructing solicitors.’

Read more about on our feedback and rankings directly on the Legal 500 website, here.

Thank you to our clients and colleagues for their kind feedback once again this year.

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Yes, please call Chambers mainline number +44 (0)20 7242 3555 and you will be directed to the out of hours phone lines.

As a direct access client, please visit our direct access page and complete the initial form, a member of the clerking team will then be in touch to discuss the next steps.

Choosing the right barrister for your case can be difficult, with so many to choose from. Our clerks will be happy to guide you with your choice. Their wealth of knowledge and experience will help you decide the right barrister not just for the case but someone who will work with you.

Some barristers have the ability to “conduct litigation” for direct access clients. Our clerks will be able to assist you as to which of our members are trained and accredited to do so.

Please visit our direct access page for the initial steps on instructing a barrister, or contact our clerks on +44 (0)20 7242 3555.

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