As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic Chambers’ building is closed and clerks and barristers are working remotely.

We are committed to ensuring that work is completed as efficiently as possible in these difficult times and ask our clients to contact us electronically in the first instance by emailing or the relevant barrister directly.

For more information and telephone contact details click below.

Professional disciplinary

25 June

Gough Square’s professional disciplinary barristers represent as range of professionals facing investigations and hearings before their regulators. The growth of new, well funded regulatory bodies and the emerging body of law in relation to the conduct of hearings has resulted in an increase in the number of hearings, some dealing with highly complex issues. There […]



16 January

Property Law, Landlord & Tenant, General Chancery Members of chambers have experience in advising on trusts, pensions, probate, wills and succession and administration of estates. Members also undertake drafting and represent clients in courts and tribunals. Claire Andrews sits on the regulatory panel of the Association of Residential Managing Agents and is a tenancy deposit […]


Employment and discrimination

28 November

Including advising and representing in employment and discrimination law. We represent parties in employment tribunals, the Employment Appeal Tribunal and have experience of applying for injunctions in the High Court. Members have recently appeared in cases involving issues of sex/disability discrimination, harassment and victimisation. Notable cases include: Ballantine v Distell Europe Ltd and others, Reading […]



28 November

Gough Square Chambers offers a number of Dispute Resolution services on an ad hoc basis. An ad hoc service is one which is agreed upon by the parties after a dispute has arisen. We can also offer Resolution services on a pre-agreed contractual basis: the Head of Chambers for the time being can be specified […]