Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Trinity Chambers Raises the Bar Again

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Trinity Chambers Raises the Bar Again

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Byline: Toby Hedworth

HEAD of Trinity Barristers Chambers, Toby Hedworth Q.C. was again delighted to see a record number of entries for Trinity's barristers in this year's Legal 500. "To have so many recommendations reflects the high calibre of barristers we have at Trinity and that we continue to attrs act across a wide range of practice areas."

Previous accolades have included "Flagship of the Tyne", "Trinity Chambers clearly leads the Newcastle market", "an extremely good Chambers with fantastic clerking", "Clients praise Trinity Chambers' "excellence", and "Trinity's expertise, professionalism and empathy are second to none."

Nearly 80 barristers practise from Trinity's Chambers in Newcastle and Middlesbrough. The barristers operate through specialist practice groups of Agriculture, Business, Chancery, Costs, Crime, Employment, Family and Matrimonial Finance, Immigration, Licensing, Mental Health and Court of Protection, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence, Planning and Environment and Regulatory. Barristers in almost all of these areas have been recognised in this year's Legal 500.

As an indicator of Trinity's constant emphasis on meeting clients' needs, Chambers has recently developed an Alternative Dispute Resolution team comprising of qualified Mediators and Chartered Arbitrators.

In relation to commercial, insolvency and property, James Kemp is noted for his "precise advice, given in a very timely and cost-effective way" Michelle Temple "explains complex legal issues succinctly and clearly", and Antoine Tinnion is commended for his "tremendous work ethic and forceful advocacy". Jamie Morgan is also recommended.

The "very commercial and analytical" Charles Holland is recommended for his licensing work.

Trinity Chambers' team of "excellent criminal barristers" includes Toby Hedworth Q.C. and Eric Elliott Q.C. Also recommended are Caroline Goodwin, Tony Cornberg, Robert Adams, Shaun Routledge and Christopher Mitford. …

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