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No5 Chambers

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No5 Chambers is one of the largest sets of barristers' chambers in the United Kingdom[1] located in Birmingham, with offices in London, Bristol and the East Midlands.

Locations

No5 Chambers hub is based in central Birmingham at Fountain Court, Steelhouse Lane. The second office is located on Salisbury Court, near Chancery Lane in the City of London. The third office is in Queen Square, in Bristol city centre. The fourth office is in Museum Square, Leicester.

Members

At present, No5 Chambers has over 240 barristers, including 27 silks practising across all areas of law.[2]

The Head of Chambers is Paul Bleasdale QC. Ralph Lewis QC was the Head of Chambers until he died on 4 July 2010.[3][4]

Heads of Groups include Richard Jones QC, Mark Anderson QC, Lorner Meyer QC, Satinder Hunjan QC, Ian Dove QC, Jeremy Cahill QC, Celina Colquhoun, Richard Hignett, Adrian Keeling QC, Nageena Khalique, Abid Mahmood, David Mason QC, and Paul Bleasdale QC along with many other members of chambers all receive particular mention for their work in "The Legal 500".[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "No5 Chambers". Legal 500. 
  2. ^ "Members". No5. 
  3. ^ "Ralph Lewis QC". 
  4. ^ "Members of Chambers". No5. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Legal 500 page for No5 Chambers
  • Waterlow Legal Directory entry for No5 Chambers
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