Chancery House Chambers is a leading set of barristers specialising in all aspects of Commercial and Chancery law. Chambers draws its strength from the wide-ranging expertise of its members. It is therefore able to provide quality advice in respect of all types of Commercial and Chancery problems. Whether the concerns of a client relate to property, the successful operation of a company or a dispute arising from a business contract, chambers is able to provide the assistance that is demanded in today’s marketplace.

Chancery House Chambers is committed to providing an approachable, professional and practical service to all of its clients. Work is completed promptly and in a cost-effective manner. The aim of all members of chambers is to provide a quality service that satisfies the requirements of the client.

Chancery House Chambers is very pleased to have been ranked as a leading set, by the latest editions of Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide and The Legal 500 UK Guide.
Several members of Chambers are also ranked as leading individuals.
Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide stated:

This regional powerhouse will soon merge with St Philips in Birmingham and move into prestigious premises in the center of Leeds. This will enhance its strength in insolvency matters and expanding the scope of its chancery offering. Probate disputes and associated tax and estate planning matters remain a strong focus for the set, while shareholder disputes and breach of fiduciary duty by directors are also pillars of the commercial chancery practice. Senior clerk Colin Hedley attracts particular praise for his “clear and sensible fee estimates.”

Client service: “They cover a good range of disciplines and have someone available who specialises in the area you need whenever you need it. The clerking is very efficient, and the turnaround time is almost immediate.”

The Legal 500 stated: Chancery House is ‘a very professional and courteous set, whose clerks make you feel valued’

11th April 2014
Chancery House and St Philips prepares to seal merger deal with new home in Park Square and recruitment drive to triple numbers
Leading Leeds barristers’ set, Chancery House Chambers, is preparing to seal its merger deal with multi-award winning national set, St Philips Chambers, with a major refurbishment project and recruitment drive.  Work is well underway in transforming the newly acquired premises at 41 Park Square providing enough accommodation to triple barrister numbers in Leeds.
The merger follows a hugely successful two-year alliance between the two sets and will create one of the country’s largest set of chambers focusing on chancery and commercial work. Read the article...
9th January 2014
Chambers and Partners Guide
Following the advance notice of the publication of this Guide (see “Leaders in their Field” below) the actual Guide has been published and as a Chambers we are pleased with the commentary afforded to us by the Guide’s Editorial team. Such commentary reflects what Solicitors have said about Chambers and individual barristers and we are very grateful to the Solicitors who gave their time to providing information to the Guide’s researchers.
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