Albion Chambers



Broad Street



29 Park Street


0117 927 2144

Welcome to Albion Chambers

Albion Chambers was established over 100 years ago and has an excellent reputation across the Western Circuit for integrity, approachability and the highest quality of advice and advocacy.

Chambers is led by Adam Vaitilingam QC and has 74 barristers including four Queen’s Counsel. There are two door tenants, both of whom are Queen’s Counsel.




May 2010

Much ado about nothing? – Anna Midgley
We pray to be let alone – Kate Brunner
Bad character or not? – Sarah Regan

November 2009

‘When do I get out?’ – Kate Brunner
Inadequate? Defaulting on PoCA-esque orders – Richard Shepherd

April 2009

Hearsay or anonymous – but not anonymous hearsay – Michael Fitton QC
Cross admissibility and the bad character provisions of the Criminal Justice Act – Anna Midgley
Too many cooks… – Sarah Regan

May 2008

Mission Impossible? – Sarah Regan
Forty years on – Nicholas O’Brien
How do I appeal a decision to extend custody time limits? – Paul Cook

November 2007

Conflicted out? – Sarah Regan
No prosecution witnesses equals acquittal? Think again – Adam Vaitilingam
The potential pitfalls of bases of plea – Anna Midgley

May 2015

Cheshire West: One year on – Hannah Wiltshire
Capacity and consent to sexual relations – Emily Brazenall
DOLS and inquests – Kate Brunner QC

January 2015

Money: Whose is it anyway – Claire Wills-Goldingham QC
The one great principle of the English law – Stuart Fuller
Cases of interest – Alexander Small

October 2014

Mental Capacity Act, The Mental Health Act - Claire Wills-Goldingham QC

May 2014

Freedom is the right of all: How the Supreme Court transformed the deprivation of liberty landscape - Alexander Small

June 2013

Advance Decisions and the court’s approach – Claire Wills-Goldingham QC
Statutory Wills - principles – Marie Leslie