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‘One of the super-sets’, Brick Court Chambers is ‘an all-round strong’ set with ‘a large selection of high-quality competition law specialists’, ‘top commercial counsel’, ‘an excellent chambers for banking litigation’, and a ‘go-to’ set for public administrative law.
The Legal 500 2020
The clerks’ room ‘sets the benchmark’ for other sets with its ‘friendly, knowledgeable, and hardworking’ clerks.
The Legal 500 2020
"An outstanding commercial set with a track record of excellence across its core areas of work."
Chambers & Partners 2018
"A set that is singled out for its "first-rate" clerking and "client service-oriented, commercial approach."

16 members of Brick Court listed in the inaugural Pro Bono Recognition List


The inaugural Pro Bono Recognition List has been published today under the sponsorship of the Attorney General’s Pro Bono Committee, with the support of the Law Society, Bar Council, and all major pro bono legal organisations. The list recognises solicitors and barristers in England and Wales who have given 25 or more hours of pro bono legal assistance in the previous calendar year.  Many Brick Court barristers commit a substantial amount of their time to pro bono work, not all of whom have been recorded in the List.  We are nevertheless delighted that the following members of chambers have been recognised for their pro bono work in 2023:

  • Jemima Stratford KC
  • Paul Bowen KC
  • Marie Demetriou KC
  • Victoria Wakefield KC
  • Sarah Abram KC
  • Edward Harrison
  • Malcolm Birdling
  • Zahra Al-Rikabi
  • Hugo Leith
  • Jessie Ingle
  • Aarushi Sahore
  • Sophie Bird
  • Joshua Pemberton
  • Jagoda Klimowicz
  • Alastair Richardson
  • Michael Quayle