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The Legal 500 recognises members for their work in the Middle East

15th Apr 2021

Atkin Chambers has been recognised by the new The Legal 500 EMEA guide to the UK Bar in the Middle East (Construction) as “‘a strong set with a wealth of construction experience” which continues to host many of the cream of London’s practitioners”.

Atkin Chambers has more members ranked than any other set for construction with a number of additional silks and juniors ranked for 2021.

“Members at Atkin Chambers have worked in the Middle East for decades and have significant knowledge of both the civil and commercial laws of the region” commented Chief Executive and Director of Clerking David Barnes. “Members’ expertise in construction and energy megaprojects which are frequently fact-heavy and highly technical is well-known. Members are thus called upon for disputes of all kinds from flagship national projects between major international firms to disputes that arise between local/regional contractors and employers.”

Leading silks:

Leading juniors:

For further information: The Legal 500 EMEA guide to the UK Bar in the Middle East.

 

 

 





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