Who’s Who Legal Construction 2021 Global Guide

Date: 1 June 2021

Following the release of Who’s Who Legal’s Construction 2021 Global Guide, we are delighted that Keating Chambers has the second highest number of ranked individuals, who have been selected for their outstanding expertise and experience in resolving complex multi–jurisdictional construction disputes. A full list of our ranked members can be seen below.

Alexander Nissen QC
Professor John Uff CBE QC
John Marrin QC is “one of the top people in this area” and an esteemed arbitrator handling contentious construction disputes in the oil and gas sector.
Stephen Furst QC
Tim Elliott QC
Dr Robert Gaitskell QC Robert Gaitskell QC is “absolutely sensational” remark peers who note, “He is fabulous at working through issues and understanding concepts in an effective and efficient manner.”
Philip Boulding QC
Marcus Taverner QC The “outstanding” Marcus Taverner QCis highly esteemed for his strong expertise in contentious construction matters having represented clients domestically and internationally.
David Thomas QC
Rosemary Jackson QC draws praise form market sources as “one of the best construction mediators out there”.
Sarah Hannaford QC is recognised for her superb construction practice where she is renowned for her in-depth expertise acting for claimants in high–value disputes.
Simon Hargreaves QC is well thought of among sources who distinguish him as “a brilliant advocate – determined, clever and tenacious”.
Richard Harding QC is “a superb arbitrator” according to impressed commentators adding, “He is  particularly good across UAE matters.”
Vincent Moran QC
Adam Constable QC is a leading construction silk at the UK Bar, lauded as a “fantastic legal mind” who is “brilliant to work with.”
Simon Hughes QC is a “very intelligent man with a great grasp of issues” state peers adding, “He’s always one step ahead.”
Marc Rowlands QC
Piers Stansfield QC wins praise for his “ability to absorb complex technical detail, enabling him to test the expert’s understanding of their subject”.
Jonathan Selby QC
Lucy Garrett QC
Calum Lamont is destined “to go very far” effuse peers, who credit him with impeccable knowledge of commercial and public construction projects.

Future Leaders

William Webb is a “future QC for sure” according to peers who recognise him for his excellent work on construction and engineering disputes.
Rachael O’Hagan a respected junior barrister who focuses her notable practice on a range of construction disputes.
Paul Bury
Tom Owen

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