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Our Barristers

9 Gough Chambers contains a cadre of highly motivated advocates with expertise in all of their areas of specialism. They are not only all excellent barristers but you will find them refreshingly approachable and down to earth.

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Our Expertise

We are a leading common law set of chambers providing high class advocacy and advisory services across a whole range of areas of law including, but not limited to, Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence, Crime and Family.

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Our Chambers

Widely regard as one of, if not, the leading common law sets in the country. We combine a dedicated sense of pride in the work we do along with a sense of collegiality. Members of Chambers and staff alike enjoy being part of the 9 Gough Chambers family. Watch this video to find out a little more about us.

Tim Parker appointed Queen’s Counsel

9 Gough Chambers is delighted to announce that Tim Parker has been appointed Queen’s Counsel in the 2021 competition.

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Thom Dyke secures not guilty verdict in attempted murder

In September 2021, police attended a hotel in Surbiton following reports of an incident.  The complainant told officers her partner had beaten her and strangled her, telling her “now is your time to die”. She told police he licked the blood from her…

Ed Lamb and Jake Richards deliver training on contemporary topics in complex private law children cases

On 11th of May, Ed Lamb and Jake Richards delivered training on contemporary topics in complex private law children cases to Osbornes Law.

Jake Richards discussed recent updates in fact-finding and practical tips on running complex fact findings in private children cases.

Edward Lamb published in leading legal publications

Edward Lamb has recently had 2 articles published in leading legal publications:

In the recent April 2022 edition of the Journal of Personal Injury Law, Edward discusses issues relating to capacity in injury litigation. The article can be found here.

Following…

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9 GOUGH CHAMBERS AND 1 CHANCERY LANE AGREE MERGER

The members of 9 Gough Chambers and 1 Chancery Lane have agreed to merge to form a new set that will be known as 5 Norwich Street.

Once the merger is completed in the Autumn, all members and staff from 1 Chancery…

Tom Little QC instructed to prosecute the Sarah Everard murder and kidnap case

Tom Little QC has been instructed to prosecute the Sarah Everard murder and kidnap case. Tom appeared today in front of the Recorder of London at Wayne Couzens’ first appearance at the Old Bailey. A provisional trial date of 25th October 2021…

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9 Gough Chambers Virtual Pupillage Event

For the last year, 9 Gough Chambers has been unable to offer mini-pupillages because of the pandemic. We remain eager to offer information and advice to those intending to apply for pupillage in future years, and to give a sense of what…

The Aqeel H Noorali Essay Competition 2021

9 Gough Chambers are proud to announce the launch of the Aqeel H Noorali Essay Competition, in memory of our friend and colleague Aqeel Noorali Aqeel was a talented and dedicated barrister who particularly enjoyed arguing novel points of law.

We want…

Catastrophic Injury – Legal Update & Quantum Update

This webinar was recorded on 22 July. The recording is available for those who wish to view it below.

If you have any questions, please contact Shahram Sharghy and Rob Horner or Marketing Executive Jemma Carver at jcarver@9goughchambers.co.uk.

Animals Act Update & Litigator’s Update (to include tips and traps)

When: TBC London

Presenters: Esther Pounder & Johnathan Payne

Topic: Animals Act Update & Litigator’s Update (to include tips and traps)

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