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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."

Two new tenants for Brick Court following pupillage


Brick Court Chambers is delighted to announce that, following the successful completion of their pupillages, Jacob Rabinowitz and Tom Foxton will join chambers in September 2020.

Jacob Rabinowitz graduated from Balliol College, Oxford with a first-class degree in History, finishing second in his year. He then completed the Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction) and the Bar Professional Training Course (Outstanding) at City, University of London. Before starting pupillage, Jacob spent nine months as the judicial assistant to Longmore LJ in the Court of Appeal. During pupillage, he has worked on a range of commercial, competition and public law matters. These have included disputes over jurisdiction and choice of law, civil fraud claims, contractual disputes, follow-on damages litigation, data protection claims, a discrimination claim, and an appeal to the Supreme Court in an action for judicial review.

Tom Foxton graduated from the University of Oxford in 2017 with a first class law degree. He then read for the BCL, obtaining a distinction and winning the Law Faculty Prize in Advanced Property and Trusts. He went on to complete the BPTC at City Law School, where he was graded “Outstanding”. Before coming to the Bar, Tom taught contract and tort law at UCL. Tom has worked on a range of commercial and competition disputes during pupillage, including a number of high value claims in the Commercial Court relating to the energy sector, an ICC arbitration for a major European bank, and follow-on damages claims in the CAT arising out of the Trucks cartel.