7BR is pleased to announce that we are again ranked as a leading set in the 2022 edition of The Chambers UK Bar Guide. We are noted as having a ‘reputation for excellence, applauded for its members’ high quality and secures instructions in cases of the highest calibre.’

We are delighted to have been recognised as a leading set for Employment Law this year, and are recognised for having ‘highly knowledgeable employment barristers for representation in a variety of employment law matters.’

In addition to our expertise in Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Crime (Midlands) and Employment Law, we have members ranked in: Financial Crime, Crime (London), Family: Children Law, Inquests and Public Inquiries, Employment, Police Law, Energy & Natural Resources, Group Litigation and Motor Insurance Fraud.

7BR is a highly regarded set in the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury market and our annual ‘Skeleton Series’ training and development event is described as ‘hugely popular amongst instructing solicitors.’ The guide states we are ‘a first port of call for both leading claimant and defendant solicitors.’

For Criminal work  we have ‘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.’

7BR is noted for its ‘impressive representation of claimants in the full range of Product Liability cases’ and interviewees praised 7BR as ‘the leading claimant group action team.’

We would like to individually 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, Vanessa Marshall QC, Jern-Fei Ng QC, Adrian Langdale QC and Jennifer Carter-Manning QC on being individually ranked Silks and Deirdre Goodwin, Julian Matthews, Jeremy Pendlebury, Adam Clemens, Simon King, Timothy Meakin, Leslie Keegan, Adam Korn, Jeffrey Jupp, Elaine Banton, Anita Guha, Kiril Waite, Gareth Weetman, Richard Baker, Adam Walker, James Weston, Jonathan Bertram, Liam Ryan, Alex Young, Ben Isaacs, and Dr. Gregory Burke who are all also listed as leading juniors.

Read more about on our feedback and rankings directly on the Chambers UK Bar, here.

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

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