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Harry Martin joins Serle Court

Serle Court is delighted to welcome Harry Martin as a member of chambers. Harry has a busy junior practice specialising in Chancery, Commercial Chancery and Art and Cultural Property work. He advises in relation to contentious and non-contentious matters, both in England & Wales and in other jurisdictions.

Harry is ranked as a leading barrister in the Chambers UK Bar and Chambers High Net Worth guides, which describe him as “a rising star”, and “very bright and commercial in his advice”. In 2019 he received the “star junior” award at the Chambers High Net Worth Awards.

Chambers Director Kathryn Purkis, commented:

"We are so pleased that Harry has decided to join us.  Harry is already very well favoured by the market. His practice fits very well with our strong private client offering both onshore and offshore, and really augments our already good presence in the Art law space. We feel quite sure that his already excellent career will go from strength to strength with us in the years to come".