39 Essex Chambers

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39 Essex Chambers
Headquarters 81 Chancery Lane, London (and offices in Manchester, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur)[1]
No. of lawyers 125
Major practice areas Civil liability, commercial, construction, costs & litigation funding, energy, environmental, planning, property, public, regulatory and disciplinary law.

39 Essex Chambers is a long established barristers' chambers based in London with over 100 barristers, include 40 Queen's Counsel. The chambers offers expertise in commercial, common, construction, costs, environmental and planning, public and regulatory and disciplinary law. Members of chambers regularly appear before the UK Supreme Court, Privy Council, Court of Appeal, the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice, specialist courts, tribunals and planning and other public inquiries, as well as of domestic and international arbitration.[2] It is one of the largest barristers' chambers in the country.[3] The chambers have offices in London, Manchester, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

Notable current and former members include John Dyson, Lord Dyson; Robert Jay QC, lead counsel to the Leveson Inquiry; and Justine Thornton QC. Several members have gone on to join the judiciary.