Serjeants’ Inn Chambers is a successful, progressive and friendly set. We are consistently ranked by the leading directories as market leaders in clinical negligence, professional discipline & regulatory law, police law and public & administrative law and are very pleased that we have also been ranked in Chambers & Partners' 2014 directory in recognition of our expertise in product liability law.
Silks and juniors receive praise for the strength of their advocacy, legal and tactical skills. The clerking team is efficient, approachable and helpful.
Our core specialist areas include:
Clinical negligence and healthcare
Court of protection
Healthcare systems and safety regulation
Inquests and inquiries
Professional discipline and regulatory
Public and administrative
We are delighted to congratulate John de Bono upon the announcement of his selection for appointment to silk. The appointment ceremony will take place on 14th April.
We are very pleased to welcome David Morris, Anthony Haycroft, Alan Jenkins and Charles Foster, four highly experienced practitioners in medical, disciplinary and regulatory law, who have joined us from Outer Temple Chambers. They bring the number of members of chambers to fifty, following Caroline Hallissey, Michael Walsh, Clare Hennessy and Rad Kohanzad, who have joined us recently from Outer Temple Chambers, 9 Gough Square, Red Lion Chambers and Atlantic Chambers respectively and Cecily White, who has been elected to tenancy upon successful completion of her pupillage.
We seek to recruit outstanding practitioners in the areas of practice mentioned above. To obtain an application form please contact our Business Manager, Martin Dyke, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are committed to complying with the equality and diversity provisions of the BSB Handbook and to providing equality of opportunity for all applicants regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, religion, disability or socio-economic background. We are happy to make reasonable adjustments to accommodate disabled candidates.
Following our recent move to the iconic Lutyens building at 85 Fleet Street, we have changed our name to Serjeants' Inn Chambers. Our new premises have been designed to our specification to provide high quality facilities for clients and modern accommodation for members of chambers and staff. There are six air-conditioned conference rooms that vary in capacity from four to eighteen, seminar and mediation suites, video- and audio-conferencing facilities, wireless internet access and facilities for the disabled.
We look forward to welcoming you to our new premises.