Blackstone Chambers

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Blackstone Chambers is a leading set of barristers chambers in the Temple district of central London. Established in the 1950s, it has 85 tenants, of whom 34 are Silks.[1] It broke into the Magic Circle in 2011, with a turnover of £42.4 million.[2]

Current tenants include: Robert Anderson[disambiguation needed] QC, Michael Beloff QC, Sir David Edward KCMG PC QC, Dinah Rose QC, Richard Keen QC, Lord Lester QC, Lord Pannick QC, Lord Woolf QC, and Guy Goodwin-Gill.[3]

Former notable set members include Sir Ian Brownlie, QC.[4]

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