Serle Court’s Chancery expertise is a well recognised and essential ingredient in Chambers’ success. The set has been nominated for six consecutive years as Chancery Set of the Year at the Chambers & Partners Bar Awards 2005-2010 and in 2011 was named as Chancery Set of the Year; in 2010 Alan Boyle QC was named as Chancery Silk of the year and in 2008 William Henderson was named Chancery Junior of the Year.
Chambers’ Chancery reputation is underpinned by what Chambers & Partners has described as “its staggeringly fine commercial ability and marvellous business-like approach”. However, the set’s Chancery strength is both commercial and traditional in nature.
Chambers excels in nearly all of the types of case, both domestic and international, which characterise the High Court’s Chancery Division, and this is demonstrable by reference to Chambers’ work in the practice areas which fall in the Chancery category but are treated individually in other sections of this website. From corporate insolvency on the commercial side to probate on the traditional, from civil fraud to property litigation, Serle Court prides itself on an exceptionally broad but high quality Chancery practice.
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