Albion Chambers

Contact

Bristol

Broad Street

BS1 1DR

Taunton

29 Park Street

TA1 4DG

0117 927 2144

clerks@albionchambers.co.uk

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 Charles Hyde QC and has 69 barristers including five Queen’s Counsel. There are three door tenants, all of whom are Queen’s Counsel.

Expertise

Experience

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General common law including contract and tort, Landlord and Tenant, and other land and property disputes

lbion Chambers offers a team of practitioners at various levels of seniority. We provide professional representation and advice for all stages of general common law disputes: Contract, Tort, Residential Landlord and tenant, Rights of Way, Boundary disputes, Trusts of Land, Housing associations.

Probate and the Administration of Estates

Albion Chambers has an experienced probate team offering practitioners at various levels of seniority. We provide professional representation and advice for all stages of probate and claims for family provision.

Members of the team have experience in dealing with all aspects of wills, intestacy and probate work, much of which comes before the Family or Chancery Division, including:

Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence

Albion Chambers offers a small but specialised team dealing with personal injury and clinical negligence work. The team has experience in a broad spectrum of litigation in this field ranging from small claims to substantial catastrophic injury cases.

Regulatory, including Health and Safety

Members of Albion Chambers have substantial experience in the conduct of cases encompassed by the regulatory sector. Our group of practitioners is drawn from various disciplines, bringing together a wealth of expertise to ensure our clients receive the appropriate specialist advice.

Our barristers prosecute and defend in actions brought by a wide range of regulators. These include the Health and Safety Executive, Department of Work and Pensions, Environment Agency, Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Office for Standards in Education, Care Quality Commission, the Office of Rail Regulators and numerous local authorities. Some of our practitioners are also involved in advising on the development and implementation of policy.

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