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Dalton Hale joins Atkin Chambers

6th Sep 2017

Atkin Chambers is delighted that Dalton Hale will be joining Chambers as a tenant on 7 September 2017, following the completion of his pupillage.

Dalton’s practice covers all areas of Chambers’ work, including construction, engineering and infrastructure, energy and utilities, information technology, and professional negligence. During pupillage, Dalton gained experience at all stages of litigation, adjudication and arbitration. He has worked with a variety of bespoke and standard form contracts including the FIDIC, JCT, NEC and ACE forms.

Prior to joining Atkin Chambers, Dalton was selected to work as a judicial assistant to Lady Justice Arden in the Court of Appeal. During this period he worked on numerous high-profile cases spanning a range of legal areas including contract, tort, intellectual property, public, EU and human rights law.

“Atkin Chambers believes in investing in its future and we are pleased that Dalton will be part of this. We have for decades believed in the importance of offering the market breadth and depth in our core areas of work. Atkin Chambers attracts an interesting range of work, large and small, both in the UK and globally, across the areas of our barristers’ expertise. This is a great set in which to build an interesting and busy practice, and we are delighted to welcome Dalton.” Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, Head of Chambers, commented.

Dalton Hale’s full CV can be found here.





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