Radcliffe Chambers

About The Set

Radcliffe Chambers made the legal world sit up and take notice last year after it hoovered up of seven members from dissolving 11 Stone Buildings, including commercial silk Jeremy Cousins QC. The set now has over 50 barristers and has quietly become one of London's pre-eminent Chancery players.

Not that Radcliffe lacks history. Formed in 2006 from the merger of the Chambers of Malcolm Waters QC at 11 Old Square and the Chambers of Hedley Marten at 11 New Square, the set in its current guise has a rich pedigree, with a host of Lord Justices of Appeal among its former members.



1 February-30 April 2017; 1 October 2017-15 January 2018

Applications open: 20 August 2016; 14 January 2017
Applications close: 13 January 2017; 16 August 2017

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Key Info

Juniors 50
QCs 5
Pupillages 2
Oxbridge-educated new tenants* 3/5

*Figure is for the five most junior members of chambers; does not include postgraduate studies


Pupillage award £60,000
BPTC advance drawdown Undisclosed

Gender Diversity

Female juniors 22%
Female QCs 0%