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Selborne Chambers in the third rank in the Legal 500, 2007

Rated in Property Litigation as “our first port of call in a storm because they have such a strong set of specialist barristers … at all levels”, Selborne Chambers continues to achieve recognition as a leader in its field. We are pleased to see also that the strength and efficiency of our clerks are an outstanding feature of our service, with senior clerk, Greg Piner, praised for his very proactive team and the quality of their advice to our clients.

Leading Silk, Romie Tager QC, is praised for being “popular with clients” and for his having “really developed the set”. He stands out also as “the lawyer for the underdog” in property cases and for his “sharp, combative style”.

Mark Warwick popularity gets special mention and the unusual praise of an opponent who “wouldn’t hesitate to use him myself if I needed advice”.  Neil Mendoza skill as both a trial advocate and practical adviser is noted as are the intellectual strengths of Stuart Hornett, who is rated as “invaluable for big-money work” making “serious points, at silk level”. Leading Juniors Gary Blaker, Justin Kitson and Jonathan McNae continue to be recognised for their success. Justin is noted as “ahead of his peers at other sets” and Jonathan achieves recognition for the high quality of his advisory skills.

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