Defendant & Counsel Painting (1895) by William Frederick Yeames William Frederick Yeames RA
1835 - 1918



There are several members in this group with counsel from all levels of seniority. They are available to advise and represent on a range of matters, including the execution of trusts, all matters relating to the sale, exchange or partition of land or the raising of charges on land, the redemption and foreclosure of mortgages, bankruptcy, the dissolution of partnerships, the rectification, setting aside or cancellation of deeds, and the appointment of a guardian of a minor's estate. If you wish to find a barrister who can deal with chancery work on direct access, then several of our barristers will be able to assist.

The chancery law barristers, headed up by Nicholas George formerly of New Street Chambers, deal regularly with work in the following courts (among others):  

  • Leicester county court
  • Nottingham county court
  • Coventry county court
  • Northampton county court
  • Peterborough county court
  • Derby county court
  • Lincoln county court
  • Boston county court
  • Skegness county court
  • Grimsby county court
  • Scunthorpe county court
  • Chesterfield county court
  • Stoke-on-Trent county court
  • Burton upon Trent county court
  • Wellingborough county court
  • Kettering county court court
  • Mansfield county court
  • Worksop county court
  • Crewe county court
  • Bedford county court
  • Milton Keynes county court
  • Melton mowbray county court
  • Walsall county court
  • Birmingham county court
  • Wolverhampton county court

The chancery law barristers group consists of:


Barristers regulated by the Bar Standards Board.  


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