Trinity Chambers Legal 500 2013
Head of Trinity Barristers Chambers, Toby Hedworth Q.C. was again delighted to see a record number of entries for Trinity’s barristers in this year’s Legal 500. “To have so many recommendations reflects the high calibre of barristers we have at Trinity and that we continue to attract across a wide range of practice areas.”
Commercial, insolvency and property
James Kemp is noted for his ‘precise advice, given in a very timely and cost-effective way’. Michelle Temple ‘explains complex legal issues succinctly and clearly’, and Antoine Tinnion is commended for his ‘tremendous work ethic and forceful advocacy’. Jamie Morgan is also recommended.
The ‘very commercial and analytical’ Charles Holland is recommended for his licensing work.
Trinity Chambers’ team of ‘excellent criminal barristers’ includes Toby Hedworth Q.C. and Eric Elliott Q.C Also recommended are Caroline Goodwin, Tony Cornberg, Robert Adams, Shaun Routledge and Christopher Mitford.
Trinity Chambers’ ‘employment group is a clear leader in the North East’. Jane Callan is ‘excellent at identifying the relevant issues from a morass of information’, and Simon Goldberg has ‘a local reputation of being one of the very best in the North East’. Richard Stubbs and Jamie Anderson are also highly recommended.
Trinity Chambers is ‘a strong, switched-on family law set’. Christopher Knox provides ‘superb client care’ in financial remedy cases. James Richardson is noted for his ability to ‘give any silk a run for their money’, and Claire Brissenden is ‘very sensible and down to earth’. Nicola Shaw is also recommended, as is the ‘extremely bright’ Timothy Spain. Nicholas Stonor and Justin Gray are recommended for children law cases. Angela Giovannini ‘always gives her all for her clients’.
Health and Safety, and regulatory
Philip Engelman is described as a heavyweight in judicial review cases. Joan Smith specialises in licensing and Ros Scott Bell in food safety and trading standards.
Personal injury and clinical negligence
Mike Hill is also recognised for his dental negligence practice.
Toby Hedworth Q.C. concluded “I have never seen such extensive and deep change in the legal profession as we have had in the past few years and this shows no sign of abating. Throughout this seismic change our excellent endorsements in the Legal 500 give us confidence that our wide and varied clients continue to see us as a high quality, responsive and pragmatic resource supporting them in these challenging times.”