Serle Court “offers a variety of skill sets that others can’t provide, and houses some of the biggest names at the Bar”
Chambers UK
The ‘go-to’ set for international trusts work, Serle Court houses ‘first-rate advisers, who also pull their weight as part of a team’
Legal 500

Chambers Global Guide 2024

Serle Court is delighted to announce that chambers has been ranked as a set in the following practice areas of Chambers Global 2024:


Dispute Resolution: Commercial (Band 2)

Dispute Resolution: Commercial Chancery (Band 1)

Offshore (Bar) (Band 1)

Restructuring/Insolvency (Band 4)

United Arab Emirates

Dispute Resolution: The English Bar (Band 1) 

37 barristers have received rankings across 7 practice areas as global specialists; with a total of 74 individual rankings across chambers. 

For a third year running, Serle Court has been ranked as a Band 1 set for Dispute Resolution: The English Bar - United Arab Emirates. In addition, four members of Chambers have received individual rankings: Rupert Reed KC (Band 1), Zoe O'Sullivan KC (Band 2), James Weale (Band 2) and Gregor Hogan (Up and Coming). These rankings reflect Serle Court's depth and breadth of experience in commercial dispute resolution in the Middle East with members regularly appearing in the DIFC Courts as well as in DIFC-LCIA and DIAC arbitrations. 

Please find the individual rankings below:

Dispute Resolution: Commercial - 15 individual rankings

Dispute Resolution: Commercial Chancery - 26 individual rankings

Offshore (Bar) - 15 individual rankings

Restructuring/Insolvency - 5 individual rankings

United Arab Emirates: Dispute Resolution: The English Bar - 4 individual rankings

Private Wealth: Trusts: 8 individual rankings

Competition Law: 1 individual ranking

Serle Court's outstanding client service has also been noted:

"Serle Court has a very strong clerking team. They are really great and were always renowned for their service. They are incredibly friendly and if there is an issue you can pick up the phone and chat to them to help get it sorted."

An instructing solicitor describes Serle Court as "exceptional across the board." The set houses an enviable bench of senior and junior barristers, and is regularly called upon to undertake the most complex cases in the market.

To view all the rankings, please click here.