Lincoln House Chambers are delighted to announce that a significant number of our members have been ranked across several practice areas in the 2023 Legal 500.

Lincoln House was ranked as a Tier 1 set in a number of categories and it was noted:

‘Lincoln House goes beyond any other set in terms of all-round quality, with all the barristers possessing great intelligence, skill and expertise.’

‘The set has clear strength in depth across a variety of areas.’

‘Lincoln House is one of the strongest sets in the country for regulatory law. It contains a number of well thought of specialists.’

‘The team of clerks headed by David Wright are amongst the best in the business. They are polite, courteous and responsive, and always endeavour to provide a top quality service.’

Amongst the leading silks ranked in Crime General and Fraud were Kate Blackwell KC, Simon Csoka KC, Andrew Thomas KC, Mark Ford KC, Abdul Iqbal KC and Alex Leach KC.

Ranked as leading Juniors in Crime and General Fraud were Anna Chestnutt, Rachel Cooper, Richard Dawson, Ged Doran, Richard English, Matthew Howarth, Lee Hughes, Ian McMeekin, Brendan O’Leary, Katherine Pierpoint, Neil Usher and Simon Gurney.

Leading Juniors ranked in Business and Regulatory Crime were Leila Ghahhary, Simon Gurney, Lee Hughes, Austin Welch and Lucy Wright.

For Inquests and Inquiries Kate Blackwell KC was ranked as a leading silk, with Leila Ghahhary and Austin Welch ranked as leading juniors.

Matthew Howarth was ranked as a leading junior in Immigration.

Ranked as leading juniors in Professional Disciplinary were Simon Gurney and Lee Hughes.

You can read all the rankings here: Lincoln House Chambers Legal 500 2023 Rankings

Lincoln House extends its warmest thanks to all its referees for their support and to the Legal 500 research team for their hard work in compiling this year’s list.