‘A set whose barristers handle a strong caseload of criminal work’ - Chambers & Partners

Areas of Expertise

St Ives Chambers' expertise covers nine key practice areas: Arbitration, Chancery & Commercial, Criminal, Court of Protection, Family (Children), Family (Finance), Housing, Regulatory, and Personal Injury. The individual profiles for each of our barristers provide more detail about their particular skills and expertise and can be compared via the ‘brochure’ and ‘your shortlist’ options.

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Our Barristers

The expertise of our barristers and the efficiency of our clerking services has long been recognised in the Legal 500 and in Chambers & Partners legal directories. We offer specialist barristers at all levels of call across all our practice areas who provide cost-effective advisory work and representation before all courts and tribunals in England and Wales. Many members of chambers are now able to accept instructions directly from companies, businesses, and members of the public via our Direct Access scheme.

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Events

  • Annual Charity Quiz

    Date: Friday 04th May 2018   Time: 5:30 pm  Location:  The Studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP
    Cost: FREE  

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News

  • Sam Powis defends in £1m fraud case

    Sam Powis defends in £1m fraud case for Talbots Solicitors.  For more information click here.

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  • LMH v Mensah – Approved Judgement

    This case reaffirms the importance of the tenancy agreement as regulating the relationship between landlord and tenant. There has been a recent trend in some…

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  • Tony Watkin secures confiscation order in Local Authority Trading Standards Prosecution.

    Tony Watkin secures confiscation order in Local Authority Trading Standards Prosecution.  In the case of R v Foster before HHJ Gosling at Stafford Crown Court,…

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St Ives Chambers is particularly well known for its family law expertise, which spans family finance, children and care matters………. Other key areas include crime and regulatory, commercial, Chancery and banking matters……
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