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We are a large multidisciplinary set and we have members at all levels of seniority including Queens Counsel. Our clerking and administrative teams give us good quality support and are flexible and accommodating in order to meet your requirements.
Packed with talent, Atlantic Chambers is one of the most dynamic sets of Barristers Chambers in the North of England. From ground breaking employment tribunal cases to high profile criminal cases, the expertise of our barristers is being called upon nationwide. Based in the heart of Liverpool city centre, we have a well-won reputation for top class quality advice and advocacy in all main practice areas. For us, it is all about the people: With more than 65 barristers, who are supported by a team of highly-effective and friendly clerks, we always put the needs of our clients first by operating to the highest professional standards.

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  • EI

    Instructed by specialist fertility law firm Natalie Gamble Associates, Elizabeth Isaacs Q.C and Adem Muzaffer acted on behalf of the applicant father in the landmark decision of...

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  • Reception

    Chambers are pleased to welcome Julie Ashley to the Family Practice Group

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  • HB

    Chambers are pleased to announce that the Queen has appointed Helen Elizabeth Brandon to be a District Judge on the advice of the Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable Michael Gov...

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  • NC

    Chambers Family group are pleased to announce the return of Natalie Cuddy following her maternity leave. Natalie is an experienced family law specialist and undertakes instr...

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  • GS

    The once vibrant Victoria Pier at Colwyn Bay has seen better days and sadly is now extremely close to falling down. However, the destiny of the beleaguered Pier is now rather c...

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  • OC

    The new costs provisions appear to have caused more confusion than the Rules Committee intended. With insufficient guidance and clarity within the CPR, it has been left to the ...

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