Chambers UK 2017

Building on from last month’s announcement of ranking of members in the Legal 500 we are pleased to announce that members have obtained six entries in five practice areas across Chambers’ practice profile in 2017’s Chambers and Partners Guide to the Legal Profession


William McCormick QC is rated again for his work in the field of defamation. The Guide notes:


“He is a first –class tactician and always impressive on his feet. He brings a magical touch to analysis and deployment of his skills.” “He has a really lovely advocacy style.” “He is charming, energetic and a master with the press.”


Clifford Darton was recognized as a leader in the field of Real Estate. The Guide’s research into him notes: “He is suave, sophisticated and someone with a razor-sharp intellect.”


Iain Daniels is singled out for his work in the field of Police Law, and feedback from clients is that he is “He is very pleasant, hospitable and accommodating.” “His advocacy skills are excellent” and “his attention to detail and willingness to work in a team are plain for all to see.” “His demeanor in court is very good.”


Michael Salter again received recognition for his Employment Law practice: “He is very user-friendly, very easy to deal with and he makes you feel like you are his only client.” ”He is an excellent and experienced Employment Tribunal advocate.”


Sally Blackmore’s expertise in Social Housing was identified and the feedback obtained by the Guide identifies that “She’s very thorough and cares about the cases she takes on, leaving no stone unturned.”


David Mitchell repeated his entry for employment law with clients reporting “He is a very bright guy and is very user-friendly for clients.” “He works hard to get his head around complex law and delivers fantastic results for the clients.”