11 Stone Buildings
How can we assist?
Our barristers offer extensive
proven skills to cut through complex cases...
commercial experience gained outside the Bar...
and the ability to speak your language.
Experienced silks with a strong track record across our core areas of expertise...
can provide services either alone or with junior counsel.
Our juniors manage cases independently as well as part of a larger team.
We are also easy to work with, which is exactly what you need when...
a case is tough to crack and time consuming.
A leading set of commercial and chancery barristers
11 Stone Buildings is a leading set of commercial and chancery barristers based in London, practising in commercial law with specialist groups for all types of contract, company, insolvency, real estate and private client disputes.
We act as advocates, advisers, arbitrators and mediators and for law firms across the country and internationally and for in-house legal departments, direct and public access clients.
What others say
The British Legal Awards 2013 shortlisted us in the 'Chambers of the Year' category in October 2013 for the second year running. If you would like to read how we impressed the judges in 2012, please click here. In October 2011, we won ‘Set of the Year' at the Chambers Bar Awards 2011 for Insolvency/Corporate Restructuring.
We have also been recommended by the two major legal directories as a leading set in seven different practice areas: Chancery commercial; Commercial litigation; Company; Civil fraud; Insolvency; Media, Entertainment & Sport and Professional negligence for a number of years.
For the year 2013/2014 our total individual rankings by Chambers UK and Legal 500 increased from 91 to 101 across 17 practice areas, a 11% increase which follows the impressive 10% and 34% surge in the previous two years. Members are recognised for their multi-disciplinary expertise, effective advice and advocacy, strategic thinking, expert ability to cut through complex matters while remaining approachable team players.
Terms of business
Members of Chambers provide their services on the terms specified by COMBAR Version 2.0 dated 1 January 2014 Basis B, incorporating clause 20.4 of the General Terms. Payment for services is due 30 days from the date of invoice. Acceptance of instructions may be subject to negotiation of different terms in particular cases.
Also recommended, Jamie Riley is a tenacious advocate who provides a commercial viewpoint when handling both domestic and international disputes.
Chambers UK 2010