Educated at Rye Grammar School and Brasenose College, Oxford Studied law and obtained first class degrees (BA and BCL) Awarded the Oxford Vinerian...
Lord Collins was until 2011 a Justice of the UK Supreme Court In 2000 he was the first (and so far only) solicitor to be appointed direct from...
Lord Thomas read law at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (graduating in 1969) He was then a Commonwealth Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School and...
Bernard Eder (dob 1952) practised as a barrister at 4 Essex Court, Temple and (when Chambers moved) at Essex Court Chambers in Lincoln’s Inn Fields...
Sir Jack Beatson read law at Brasenose College, Oxford where he was awarded a BA (Law) (First Class Hons) in 1970, BCL (First Class Hons) in 1972,...
Sir Christopher was educated at Wellingborough School He then read law at Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, where he was awarded a BA (Law)...
Between 1968 and 2017 Stewart practiced as Counsel in the English courts up to and including the House of Lords (now the Supreme Court), in other...
Practising at the English Bar from 1972 to 2018, specialising in commercial law and international trade, including foreign investment, banking,...
Michael Collins was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1971 Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1988, he practised commercial law from Essex Court...
Specialist in international arbitration, since 1967 Served as adviser, advocate, co-arbitrator, sole arbitrator or presiding arbitrator in several...
Prior to becoming a full-time arbitrator Richard Siberry had a broad-based practice in commercial litigation and arbitration in line with Essex Court...
Jonathan Gilman’s practice is in line with Chambers profile, with particular emphasis on insurance, reinsurance and shipping cases, and arbitration...