Commercial

Magdalen Chambers’ commercial disputes team sets the standard for the commercial Bar in the South West.

Members of the team are selected for their expertise in serious High Court commercial litigation, as well as for appearing in front of specialist tribunals. Magdalen Chambers offers Counsel with extensive trial experience and with the depth of legal knowledge for appellate work.

The team has the expertise to rival any Chambers outside of the region, but with all the advantages of being local to clients, instructing solicitors and the Courts.

The majority of the group have the experience of practising from Chambers in London, but chose to be based in the South West.  Members of the team have numerous recommendations in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, in particular for commercial, banking and insolvency.

The group is expertly supported by its clerking and business management team, with over 50 years clerking experience in London and the South West.

Commercial work encompasses a broad spectrum, and frequently requires expertise in a range of areas.

The clerking team will be delighted to identify the most suitable options for you.

Areas We Cover

  • Contract & Agency
  • Company Law
  • Partnerships
  • Professional Negligence
  • Construction Disputes
  • Consumer Credit
  • Insolvency & Bankruptcy, Charities

Contact Us

01392 285 200
clerks@magdalenchambers.co.uk

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Barristers

Natasha Bellinger

Joint Head of Chambers – Call 2012

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Nicholas Berry

Call 1988

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Jeremy Haughty

Call 1989

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Steven Ball

Call 1995 – Inner Temple

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Simon C. Lane

Call 2002 – Inner Temple

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Dan Dyson

Call 2007 – Grays Inn – (Former Solicitor 2003)

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Charles Shwenn

Call – 2017

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Jonathan Ward

Call 2019 – Middle Temple

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Tanya Jones

Call 2021

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Ian Darcy

Call 2022 Middle Temple (Former Solicitor 2018)

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Lewis Jukes

Call 2019

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