Trinity Chambers 2020 Legal 500 Listings
Trinity's Silks, barristers and staff, are again recognised in the recently published 2020 Legal 500:
"Trinity Chambers is ‘one of the most renowned sets in the North East for good reason’. The set has built on a track record of family law, with recent growth in other practice areas, including employment. Recent recruits include former employment judge and now mediator Michael Malone, and Paul Reid... In other recent news, Caroline Goodwin QC has been elected chair of the Criminal Bar Association. In the ‘very good, knowledgeable and responsive’ clerks’ room, Tim Harris MBE joined as chambers director in October 2018, with Steve Walker (‘an experienced hand who knows the strengths of each tenant’), Steven Preen, Liam Gorman (‘very professional’) and the ‘excellent’ Chris Gibbin leading the civil, family, criminal, and Middlesbrough teams respectively."
Commercial, Banking, Insolvency & Chancery Law
'Members of Trinity Chambers are instructed in a wide range of commercial, company and Chancery matters, with financial misselling cases a key growth area for the set. Another notable area of specialism is alternative dispute resolution, with several qualified mediators in chambers'.
Simon Goldberg - ‘An excellent advocate who can think on his feet.’
Charles Holland - ‘He has a commercial approach to clients' needs.’
Jamie Morgan - ‘He has an excellent rapport with clients.’
Antoine Tinnion - ‘A superb draftsman who is also excellent with clients.’
James Kemp - ‘He has a real zeal and knowledge of contentious probate matters.’
Jonathan Rodger - ‘Reliable and approachable, with a keen eye for detail.’
Richard Stubbs - ‘Extremely capable and great with clients.’
'Trinity Chambers is a significant presence in the Newcastle and Teesside area for criminal work, though members are also instructed from further afield. Violent crime and sexual offences remain key areas of work for the set'.
Toby Hedworth Q.C. - ‘Recent work includes serious violent, sexual ...offences.’
Caroline Goodwin Q.C. - ‘Involved in a range of serious cases.’
Glenn Gatland - ‘His calm, understated cross-examination can be devastatingly effective.’
'Members of Trinity Chambers are instructed by both claimants and respondents in employment law cases, with a particular focus on equal pay cases as well as wider discrimination work.'
Andrew Crammond - ‘Very passionate and puts everything into his cases.’
Jamie Anderson - ‘An excellent advocate. ’
Richard Stubbs - ‘Good with clients and excellent before tribunals.’
Antoine Tinnion - ‘Someone you want in your corner and not on the other side.’
Jane Callan - ‘She combines in-depth knowledge of employment law with exemplary forensic skills. ’
Jamie Morgan - ‘Always well-prepared and confident in his delivery while on his feet.’
Simon Goldberg - ‘A model advocate and a first-class cross examiner.’
Helen Hogben - ‘Experienced in cases involving police forces.’
Family & Children Law
Nicholas Stonor Q.C. - ‘ Leads in highly complex care cases. ’
Justin Gray - ‘Extremely bright with an analytical mind and an eye for detail.’
Margaret Sweeting - ‘A tenacious advocate who leaves no stone unturned.’
Timothy Spain - ‘ Confident, very good with clients, and reliably excellent with paperwork.’
James Richardson - ‘A family finance specialist.’
The full 2020 Legal 500 listings for Trinity Chambers can be found here.