A tradition of excellence: more information on our Commercial practice

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A tradition of excellence: more information on our EU and Competition Law practice

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Public Law

A tradition of excellence: more information on our Public Law practice

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A tradition of excellence: find Arbitrators and more information on Arbitration

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A tradition of excellence: find Mediators and more information on Mediation

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Practice Areas: A tradition of excellence

The core practice areas of Brick Court Chambers are Commercial Law, EU/Competition Law, and Public Law.

From silk to junior, members, all are recognised as leading practitioners in each of these fields.  As well as specialising in a diverse range of fields within our main practice areas, we are also ideally placed to handle instructions which require multi-disciplinary expertise, such as commercial and regulatory judicial review.

Our barristers appear in domestic courts (including the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal as well as the High Court), before tribunals (such as the Competition Appeal Tribunal), and internationally (in the Court of Justice and General Court in Luxembourg, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, and other courts and arbitral tribunals around the world, including notably the BVI, Hong Kong, Russia and Singapore).

Members of Chambers appear in arbitrations, both as counsel and as arbitrators. Chambers also has a number of highly regarded mediators.

Our combined expertise in EU, public/constitutional law and commercial law equips us particularly well to negotiate the legal issues thrown up by the Brexit referendum. 

Please see the individual pages for more information or contact our clerks.

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