Chambers & Partners 2011
Trinity Chambers have again received substantial recognition in the latest edition of Chambers & Partners "A Client's Guide to the Legal Profession".
"Trinity Chambers' Toby Hedworth QC's established criminal practice includes prosecutions under the Terrorism Act. He is recommended along with Christopher Knox, who is "a byword for reliability.""
"Members of Trinity Chambers include Christopher Knox, who brings his expertise to bear on matrimonial finance issues involving non-disclosure and complex children matters. Sources say: "He is a formidable force in the marketplace" and add that "his cross-examination is superb." James Richardson "consistently delivers great results." According to observers, "he can bat back any point that's thrown at him because he has such good technical knowledge." Timothy Spain splits his practice between representing the local authority in care proceedings and handling high-value ancillary relief. "You never go away from court thinking he's given you anything less than 110%," say those that instruct him. Nicholas Stonor "rightly gets rave reviews for children work," while Lesley McKenzie does well handling a caseload that nicely balances public and privately funded work. She is particularly admired for cohabitation cases."
"Sources agree that Simon Goldberg of Trinity Chambers is a "solid all-rounder, who is commercially astute, thoroughly prepared and excellent at cross-examination." His set also houses Jane Callan, who is "technically superb and has an excellent grasp of the detail," and Jamie Morgan, who is "a fantastic choice for employment tribunal cases." Also at Trinity Chambers, Richard Stubbs is attracting a wealth of praise for his "diligence, client care skills and superb advocacy." One solicitor commented: "His judgement is absolutely spot-on. He will definitely go far at the Bar.""
Commercial Dispute Resolution
"Simon Goldberg of Trinity Chambers also attracts considerable praise. One enthusiastic interviewee labels him "a joy to work with. He is equally good on paper and in the courtroom and can distil complex legal matters beautifully." His areas of expertise include contractual disputes, partnership disputes and professional negligence."
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