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Selborne’s Members and Clerks rated in Chambers’ Guide 2011

Commercial Litigation

Selborne Chambers’ expertise in Chancery Commercial Litigation receives recognition with Juliette Levy noted for her work in the field.

Professional Negligence

Selborne’s extensive claimant professional negligence work achieves recognition with Hugh Jackson ranked a leading junior and recommended as “a practical lawyer and a tenacious fighter” with client praise as “a thorough, client-facing lawyer who adds great value”.

Property Litigation

Selborne had the privilege this year of contributing the introduction to Real Estate Litigation in the Guide and 8 members of chambers achieved high ranking for their expertise in the field. Romie Tager QC described as “the consummate professional” and “a man of real resolve” also won solicitors’ praise as “completely ferocious and skilled at getting his client’s case across powerfully”.

Mark Warwick is “incredibly hard-working – he always works until there is an answer and will always go the extra mile to find the right strategy”.  Stuart Hornett is “a real thinker” and Justin Kitson “a barrister with real presence” and a “forceful advocate” with “the ability to absorb huge volumes of paper and … give advice extremely quickly”.  Ian Clarke is recognised as “authoritative and contemplative” and Philip Kremen is “succinct in his advice and represents superb value for money”.  Gary Blaker continues to enjoy recognition for his extensive practice in real property.  “Excellent on his feet”  newly-ranked leading junior, Richard Clegg, achieves recognition also for the quality of his service – “when you need something done quickly, he’ll get it done”.

Clerking Services

Unusually for the review of barristers’ chambers in the Guides, Selborne Chambers receives particular mention for the quality of it clerks’ room services. Senior Clerk, Greg Piner, is noted as “extremely helpful and makes access to advice a straightforward and quick process” and for being “a man you can have frank discussions with on fees”.

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