Atkin Chambers is delighted that Arthur Graham-Dixon has joined Chambers as a tenant from 14 March 2019, following the completion of […]
Their experience in the national and international dispute resolution fields means that members make a positive difference to the outcome for clients. Members do this by paying close attention to detail without losing sight of the bigger commercial picture. Members know which arguments are attractive to Tribunals and which are not because they are skilled in the art of advocacy. Read more…
Atkin Chambers’ recognised speciality is in disputes which require a detailed technical understanding of how things work and why it is that they go wrong. The factual complexities of these disputes are frequently matched by the complexity of the legal framework in which they arise. Members’ ability to unpick the issues and find a clear way through is what sets Chambers apart. Read more…
Atkin Chambers was the first ever UK chambers to win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in international trade, the UK’s highest recognition for international business success. It is ranked band 1 in international arbitration in the most recent Chambers UK Bar Guide and has been so for many years. Read more…
Atkin Chambers is a leading set of commercial barristers. It has been described as “the place to go for substantial international disputes” and “the premier construction set”.
Members have an international reputation as specialist advocates and experts in all forms of dispute resolution in the sectors in which they operate.
That expertise extends primarily, but not exclusively, across construction and engineering, infrastructure, energy and natural resources, shipbuilding and offshore construction, transport, IT and telecommunications, and professional negligence.
Katie Powell will join a panel at the inaugural Society of Construction Law Autumn Conference in London on 19 September. […]
James Howells QC will be chairing a panel at the Legal 500 Middle East Disputes Summit on 1 May 2019. […]
Martin Bowdery QC will present at a networking and CPD event being hosted by the CIArb North East Branch on […]
Rupert Choat will speak to the SCL (Gulf) in Dubai at 6.30pm UAE time on 9 April 2019. The talk, […]
Atkin Chambers pupil Max Twivy will present his award-winning paper “The Prevention Principle After North Midland v Cyden Homes: Time for Change?” […]
This Q&A, produced by Mathias Cheung in partnership with LexisNexis, outlines the scope and meaning of retained EU law (including retained legislation, […]
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