Atkin Chambers is pleased to announce that Caroline Greenfield and Max Twivy will join as tenants with effect from 19 September 2019 following the successful completion of their pupillage in Chambers.
Their practices will cover all areas of Chambers’ core specialisms, including construction, engineering and infrastructure, energy and utilities, and professional negligence. During pupillage, they gained experience at all stages of litigation, adjudication and arbitration, and worked with a variety of bespoke and standard form contracts including the FIDIC, JCT, NEC and ACE forms.
“We’re delighted that Caroline and Max have accepted our invitation to join Atkin Chambers as tenants, having successfully completed their pupillage. It’s an exciting time to be starting their careers at Atkin Chambers and we wish them every success,” Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, Head of Chambers commented.
Caroline Greenfield graduated from the University of Oxford with a first-class law degree and a Distinction on the BCL. Prior to starting pupillage, Caroline gained a Distinction on the Bar Course, worked as a paralegal and studied mandarin in Taipei and Beijing.
Max Twivy came to the Bar after graduating with a starred double first in History at the University of Cambridge. He ranked first in the country in two consecutive years at law school, on both the law conversion course and the Bar course. Max won first prize in the SCL Hudson Prize 2018, for his essay ‘The Prevention Principle After North Midland v Cyden Homes: Time for Change?’. His paper has been published in the International Construction Law Review.
Caroline Greenfield and Max Twivy’s full CVs can be found here.