Chambers and Partners publishes 2022 rankings

October 21, 2021

Red Lion Chambers sees 6 new members achieve rankings in latest Chambers and Partners Directory with a total of 37 members ranked across 11 practice areas.

New entries include Riel Karmy-Jones QC and Joanna Hardy (Crime), Cameron Brown QC and Trevor Archer ( Financial Crime), Jane Oldfield ( Professional Discipline) and Dan Taylor (South East Bar)

Red Lion is widely regarded as a leading set in 11 practice areas consisting of Crime, International Criminal Law, Financial Crime, Corporate Crime, Private Prosecutions, Financial Services, Civil Fraud, Tax, Professional Discipline, Health and Safety and Environment.

Heads of Chambers Gillian Jones QC and Antony Shaw QC said:

“During a difficult year, Chambers has remained resilient and successful thanks to our exceptional clerking team and the first-class advocacy offered by our members. We are delighted to have been profiled in a high number of categories with a total of 37 members ranked and we offer our congratulations to all our new members who join the Directory this year. ”

Please see full list here: [Chambers & Partners – Red Lion Chambers Rankings]

RLC are also pleased to have been shortlisted as finalists in the category of ‘Crime Set of the Year’ in this year’s Chambers UK Bar Awards 2021 with winners to be announced on Thursday 18 November. Read more: [RLC shortlisted for Chambers UK Bar Awards]