Essex Court Chambers

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Essex Court Chambers is a leading set of commerclal barristers in Lincoln's Inn Fields, central London.[1] The set is named after their former premises at 4 Essex Court in the Temple which it left in 1994. It has 71 tenants, of whom 35 are Silks.[2] With a turnover of £43.6 million, it is part of the Magic Circle[2] and offers four pupillages a year. [1]

The next Lord Chief Justice (Sir John Thomas) was a member of Essex Court Chambers when he was at the Bar. Other members or former members of Essex Court Chambers include Lord Collins of Mapesbury, Dame Rosalyn Higgins, Sir Christopher Greenwood, Lord Millett, Lord Steyn, Lord Savile and Lord Mustill.[3]

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