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A specialist set with 72 members, including 13 Queen's Counsel, Old Square Chambers provides advocacy, advice and drafting of the highest quality at trial and appellate level.

The defining quality of Old Square Chambers is excellence. This is the standard we set for ourselves in the delivery of services to our clients, and the criterion by which we assess prospective tenants. Many of our members hold part-time judicial positions, sit on specialist panels, act as mediators, and edit or contribute to leading practitioner texts.
 
Our expertise covers eight areas of law: Employment & Discrimination, Professional Discipline, Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence, Product Liability, Environment, Health & Safety and Public Inquiries. We also have members who specialise in ADR / Mediation within those practice areas. We believe in teamwork and establishing long term working relationships with our clients.
 

Chambers are ranked as a leading set by Chambers and Partners UK 2013 and Legal 500 2012 within the areas of Employment, Personal Injury, Professional Discipline, Clinical Negligence, Health & Safety, Environment, Product Liability and Travel.

Heads of Chambers: Nigel Cooksley QC & Jane McNeill QC
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UNISON's judicial review challenge to the employment tribunal fees fails at the High Court
Lu v. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
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LATEST NEWS
Metropolitan Police race discrimination case begins
Old Square team win case regarding classification under MHPS type procedures
Lu v. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Otis Ferry criticised by a judge for his joint attack on two hunt monitors
Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority v First-Tier Tribunal (Social Entitlement Chamber)
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LATEST CASES
Michelle Fynes v. St George's Hospital NHS Trust
Lu v. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
The Queen on the Application of UNISON v. The Lord Chancellor and The Equality and Human Rights Commission (Intervener)
Deborah Harrod & others v. Chief Constable of West Midlands Police and others
Chhabra v West London Mental Health NHS Trust
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LATEST ARTICLES
Melanie Tether examines the TUPE Regulations
Costs Budgeting: Recent Developments
How not to run a professional disciplinary case
PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE - An Overview of the Key Provisions & ET Fees
Strike Out (3) - Mark Whitcombe examines the employment tribunal's approach to striking out
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