One Essex Court

One Essex Court

One Essex Court is a set of barristers' chambers in London, specialising in commercial litigation.

Currently comprising 76 full-time members, 26 of whom are silks or Queen's Counsel.[1] One Essex Court boasts well-known silks Lord Anthony Grabiner QC, Sydney Lipworth QC and Laurence Rabinowitz QC. Prior to her appointment to the Commercial Court, Elizabeth Gloster QC was a member.

One Essex Court is considered to be part of the Bar's Magic Circle.[2] It is ranked in the top band for commercial litigation by both Chambers and Partners[3] and Legal 500.[4] It has a turnover of £46.5 million a year. [5]

One Essex Court offers one of the highest pupillage awards at the Bar, £60,000.[6]

References

  1. ^ One Essex Court members' list
  2. ^ Magic circle sets prepare to expand - 24 January 2000 Thelawyer.com article
  3. ^ Chambers and Partners Commercial Dispute Resolution rankings
  4. ^ Legal 500 Commercial litigation rankings
  5. ^ http://www.thelawyer.com/the-bar/1009265.article Dowell, Katy (2011). "The Bar". The Lawyer (London: Centaur Media). Retrieved 9 November 2011.
  6. ^ Chambers overtake law firms in pay battle for junior talent - 10 August 2009 Thelawyer.com article

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