It’s been a year of success for St Ives Chambers which has, once again, been celebrated in the Chambers & Partners rankings for 2018.

The Chambers & Partners guides are considered to be the benchmark of excellence in the legal profession. At St Ives Chambers, 21 barristers were notified in the summer that they would be included and had to wait until the beginning of November to find out their rankings.

“I am delighted with the result and it is one of which we are very proud,” commented Jeremy Weston QC (who was listed for his work in family law), “I am particularly pleased that we have two new entrants in the rankings – James Picken for family law and Jane Talbot for social housing.”

“Everyone who is listed has worked tirelessly to establish themselves in their area of expertise with their rankings demonstrating the quality of advocacy and counsel through St Ives Chambers,“ continued Mr Weston QC, “As a mid-sized chambers, we certainly punch above our weight, in family, civil and criminal law.  I am delighted with the result.”

The barristers included in the list are Jeremy Weston QC (Family/Matrimonial), Elizabeth Isaacs QC (Family/Matrimonial), David Jackson (Crime), Michael Singleton (Social Housing), Jayne Mullen (Family/Matrimonial), Nicholas Starks (Family/Matrimonial), Gregory Rogers (Family/Matrimonial), Tracy Lakin (Family/Matrimonial), Peter Cooper (Crime), Nina Bache (Family/Matrimonial), Andrew Day (Family/Matrimonial), Kevin Saunders (Crime), Matthew Maynard (Family/Matrimonial), Michelle Caney (Social Housing and Real Estate Litigation), James Picken (Family/Matrimonial), Anya Newman (Social Housing), Charmian Jackson (Family/Matrimonial), Tom Lawal (Social Housing), Jane Talbot (Social Housing), Sarah Pritchard (Door Tenant) (Family/Matrimonial) and Amy Jacobs (Door Tenant) (Crime).