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Firm Profile

12 King's Bench Walk

Firm Profile

London

  • Profile
  • 12 King's Bench Walk
  • Temple
  • London
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • EC4Y 7EL

Firm profile submitted by 12 King's Bench Walk

The Chambers 12 King’s Bench Walk continues to grow rapidly and now has 83 barristers, including 11 silks. It provides a modern and professional service to its clients. Chambers is best known for the bringing and defending of personal injury claims, industrial disease claims, clinical negligence claims and employment law. That said its expertise is actually much wider. When the ability to understand difficult areas in the law of tort is required, when the issues of quantum of damages arise and when an understanding of personal injury claims and employment law are both required, you will find that 12KBW barristers have appeared in many of the leading cases. When fraud or professional negligence arises in the context of personal injury or employment law claims, 12KBW has a wealth of expertise in these areas. Chambers brings its expertise in its core areas of practice to clinical and professional negligence claims, to regulatory and disciplinary work, international and travel litigation, cost litigation, fraud and credit hire cases and all aspects of work for public authorities.

Work Undertaken
Covering the whole of England and Wales (and further afield). From offices in London, 12KBW covers the whole of England and Wales. Three members of 12KBW are also members of the Irish and Northern Irish Bars and one is a member of the Ghanian Bar. Members of chambers also appear in Employment Tribunals and the EAT in Scotland and Northern Ireland on a regular basis.
From the smallest case to the largest, whether the case is before a District Judge or the Supreme Court, chambers is able to offer a range of suitable barristers to handle the case.
Lectures and seminars: Chambers hold a series of evening seminars each year and two major half day programmes, one on personal injury litigation and the other on employment and discrimination law. In addition it provides lectures at clients’ premises on request. Details of its current seminar programme is available on the website.