13 Members of chambers recognised in Chambers and Partners, 2018


Selborne Chambers is delighted to announce that 13 members of Chambers have been listed in Chambers and Partners 2018.

Real Estate Litigation – Leading Set

Selborne Chambers is regularly instructed in the full range of property law cases, and is particularly known for handling matters with fraud, insolvency and professional negligence aspects. It has particular expertise in residential and commercial landlord and tenant disputes, and has members who “punch above their weight and make the effort to be accessible and outgoing.”

Real Estate Litigation – Leading Silks

Mark Warwick QC – “He is quick to grasp the technical details of our matters, he’s incredibly responsive and he turns around our work in no time at all. Mark also has a very engaging and highly professional manner when advising clients.”

Romie Tager QC – “Romie’s in a class of his own.” “He thinks outside the box.”

Gary Blaker QC – “Gary’s work ethic is phenomenal, and he’s responsive, clear and concise.” “He’s really good at explaining some pretty tactical, sensitive and complex issues.”

Ian Clarke QC – “Ian is direct, to the point and incredibly knowledgeable.” “He is responsive, user-friendly and has excellent knowledge of the workings of the First-tier Tribunal.”

Real Estate Litigation – Leading Juniors

Camilla Chorfi – “Excellent, responsive, user-friendly and a very powerful advocate, she gets to the heart of the case immediately.” “Camilla is a very technically able lawyer.” 

Stuart Hornett  – “Stuart is phenomenally bright and he is able to pick up the detail of complicated matters in record time.” “Quick-witted, extremely commercial and someone with an unrivalled experience of handling cases relating to land contracts in particular.” 

Justin Kitson –  “He is on the ball, responsive, good with clients and someone who produces work in a timely manner.” “He is an erudite barrister who is very user-friendly and easy to deal with.”

Nicholas Trompeter – “He is very responsive, commercially astute and highly personable. Knowledgeable on his subject matter, he is able to cut through to the key issues in a case.” 

Richard Clegg – “Richard is a very technical barrister with a really good eye for detail.” “He’s very practical and commercial.” 

Paul de la Piquerie“Extremely articulate and produces impressive work.” “He makes coherent submissions and is a very persuasive advocate.” 

Neil Mendoza – “He is a very good, down-to-earth barrister.”

Professional Negligence – Leading Juniors

Hugh Jackson – “Excellent with clients, extremely hard working and a real team player.”

Commercial Dispute Resolution – Leading Silks

Romie Tager QC“He thinks outside of the box, and his background is scientific and mathematical, which is very useful.” “A tenacious silk.” 

Chancery Commercial – Leading Silks

Romie Tager QC – “A ferocious cross-examiner, who is an extremely durable, persistent opponent. He fights his client’s corner superbly and seems to have an encyclopaedic knowledge of where everything is in the bundle.” 

Chancery Commercial – Leading Juniors

Duncan Kynoch – “Punchy and not afraid to say controversial things; that can be good in a knockabout commercial case.” “He is a superb wit and a man of great personal integrity.” 

Nicholas Trompeter –  “Very, very clever indeed and provides strong analysis.” “He’s good at distilling the key points and making it user-friendly for all involved.” 

Media and Entertainment – Leading Juniors

Justin Kitson – “A very commercial barrister, who is flexible and offers excellent advice.”