Legal 500 rankings (2022 edition)

11 October 2021

East Anglian Chambers is pleased to announce that members have again been recognised in the latest edition of Legal 500, with entries under Clinical negligence, Commercial litigation, Family, Personal injury, and Property and construction

Clinical negligence 

leading junior

John Ratledge – ‘John thinks outside the box and has a creative, tactically astute, and innovative approach.  He puts clients at their ease.’

Commercial litigation 

leading juniors
Marcus Croskell – ‘His written advice is always a model of clarity.  His judgment is excellent, and clients have total confidence in his performance in court.’ 

Simon Redmayne – ‘His mind is super sharp – clients feel they are in good hands’

Family – children law (public and private) 

leading juniors
Kate Miller – ‘Kate gets to grips with the papers and issues quickly and provides pragmatic, realistic advice at the client’s level.’

Akta Chipalkatty – ‘Akta is very good at problem-solving and takes a pragmatic approach to cases.  She is brilliant at putting clients at ease and reassuring them whilst still giving them firm and straightforward advice.’

Amy Connell – ‘Amy leaves no stone unturned in her preparation for a case and is robust in court; her delivery of a case is strong and hard to undermine.’ 

At East Anglian Chambers, Kate Miller handles a broad range of children law matters, including cases involving allegations of neglect and sexual abuse, domestic violence, parental alienation and contact disputes.  Akta Chipalkatty is sought-after for her expertise in cases involving child abduction.  Amy Connell’s ‘advice to clients is clear and understandable’; she acts for parents, guardians and local authorities across a broad spectrum of public child law matters.

‘An excellent set’

‘The set is always able to provide me with the support my clients require’. 

Personal Injury 

leading juniors
Shona Harvey

John Ratledge 

Property and Construction 

leading junior
Simon Redmayne – ‘Simon has an exceptional wealth of knowledge, and his attention to detail is superb.’  

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