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Firm Profile

Pump Court Chambers

Firm Profile

London

  • Profile
  • 3 Pump Court
  • Temple
  • London
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • EC4Y 7AJ

Firm profile submitted by Pump Court Chambers

Head of Chambers Oba Nsugbe QC
Chief Clerk David Barber
Deputy Chief & Senior Family Clerk Tony Atkins
Senior Criminal Clerk Tony George
Senior Civil Clerk Jonathan Cue
Tenants 99

THE CHAMBERS Pump Court Chambers’ advocates enjoy an outstanding reputation. Over the last 20 years more than 15 of the group have become Circuit Judges. Chambers’ regulatory lawyers have expertise in disciplinary, local authority statutory regulation and compliance, health and safety, transport, financial regulation, fraud and corporate manslaughter. The criminal team cover the fields of sexual offences, violence and courts martials.

  • Oba Nsugbe QC (1985) (QC-2002) +
  • Nigel Pascoe QC (1966) (QC-1988)
  • Anthony Donne QC (1973) (QC-1988)
  • Jonathan Cohen QC (1974) (QC-1997) *
  • Susan Campbell QC (1986) (QC-2009)
  • Leslie Samuels QC (1989) (QC-2011) +
  •  Penny Howe QC (1991) (QC-2017)
  • Stewart Patterson (1967) +
  • Frank Abbott (1972) +
  • Charles Parry (1973) +
  • John Ker-Reid (1974)
  • Michael Butt (1974)
  • Charles Gabb (1975)
  • Julie MacKenzie (1978) +
  • Stephen Jones (1978)
  • Martin Blount (1982)
  • Kevin Haven (1982) +
  • Matthew Scott (1985)
  • Hugh Travers (1988)
  •  Justin Gau (1989)
  • Edward Boydell (1989)
  • Andrew Houston (1989)
  • Anthony Akiwumi (1989) *
  • Catherine Breslin (1990)
  • Helen Khan (1990)
  • Gary Self (1991)
  • Julian Reed (1991)
  • Imogen Robbins (1991)
  • Geoffrey Kelly (1992)
  • James Newton-Price (1992)
  • Mark Ruffell (1992)
  • Leonorah Smith (1993)
  • Mark Ashley (1993)
  • Oliver Peirson (1993)
  • Elizabeth Gunther (1993)
  • Tom Wilkins (1993)
  • Christopher Wilkins (1993) +
  • Daniel Reilly (1995) A
  • Richard Hall (1995)
  • Mark Dubbery (1996) +
  • Peter Asteris (1996)
  • Sarah Jones (1996)
  • Andrew Grime (1997) +
  • Ruth Arlow (1997)
  • Maria Gallagher (1997)
  • Anne Ward (1997) +
  • Amy Ephgrave (1997)
  • Timothy Dracass (1998)
  • Andrew Bond (1999)
  • Louise De Rozarieux (1999)
  • Rachel Spearing (1999)
  • Richard Tutt (2000)
  • Lubeya Ramadhan (2000)
  • Anne Brown (2000)
  • Naznin Islam (2000)
  • Stuart McGhee (2000)
  • Jason Nickless (2001)
  • Alison Burge (2002)
  • Caroline Hartley (2002)
  • Heather Platt (2002) +
  • Neelo Shravat (2002)
  • David Josty (2002)
  • John Dyer (2002)
  • Simon Lane (2002) +
  • John Chapman (2003)
  • Charlotte Street (2003)
  • Zoe Rudd (2003)
  • Lucy Davis (2003)
  • Conor Mullan (2003)
  • Amy Berry (2003) +
  • Claire Fox (2003)
  • Adam Gadd (2004)
  • Tara Lyons (2005) +
  • Timothy Akers (2005)
  • Alexandra Gilmore (2005)
  • Corinne Iten (2006)
  • Patricia O’Driscoll (2006)
  • Sally Davidson (2006)
  • Jennifer Lee (2007)
  • Daniella Gilbert (2007)
  • Eleanor Bruce (2008)
  • Simon Purkis (2008)
  • Guy Draper (2008)
  • Jennifer Swan (2009)
  • Nicholas Williamson (2009)
  • Paul Mertens (2010)
  • Victoria Ellis (2010)
  • Naomi Gyane (2010)
  • Timothy Salisbury (2010)
  • Jack Rundall (2010)
  • Andrew Stone (2011)
  • Ezra Macdonald (2012)
  • Maria Henty (2012)
  • Michael Standing (2013)
  • Lucy Plumpton (2013)
  • Samuel Burrett (2013)
  • Cordelia Williams (2014) +
  • Richard Wayman (2015)
  • Stephen Fielding +
  • * Associate Member
  • + Mediator/Arbitrator

Work Undertaken
Civil:
The team, made up of over 40 practising members including two Silks continues to growth in strength. Chambers has particular expertise in all areas of business and commercial, employment, inheritance, property, personal injury and clinical negligence, professional negligence, regulatory and transport law.

Family: With 56 members including four QCs, two arbitrators and one mediator, Pump Court Chambers has one of the largest specialist family law teams at the Bar. The team practices in four main areas: family finance, court of protection work and children law; public and private. The family finance team undertakes a wide spectrum of work from complex high net worth ‘big money’ cases to actions with more modest assets and incomes. The private children law team specialises in residence and contact disputes as well as applications for permission to remove children from the jurisdiction. In public law Chambers advises and represents local authorities, parents and guardians in all areas of children work.

International: Chambers enjoys a strong international practice, members provide advice and representation throughout the UK and abroad. Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN is widely acknowledged as one of the UK’s and Nigeria’s leading barristers and arbitrators. Anthony Akiwumi is admitted as an Attorney of the Cayman Islands and has practised in this jurisdiction since 1997. Jason Nickless has been called to the Bar in the British Virgin Islands.

Regulatory & Criminal: Pump Court Chambers’advocates enjoy an outstanding reputation. Over the last 20 years more than 15 of the group have become Circuit Judges. Chambers’ regulatory lawyers have expertise in disciplinary, local authority statutory regulation and compliance, health and safety, transport, financial regulation, fraud and corporate manslaughter. The criminal team cover the fields of sexual offences, violence and courts martials.

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