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About Us

About Us

We are the only set of barristers all of whose members specialise in property law and allied topics. We have 10 Queen’s Counsel and 30 junior barristers. Details can be found on individual members’ webpages  

We can provide a barrister at every level of seniority across all areas of property law. For more information see Our Practice  

Former members of Chambers include the past President of the Supreme Court (Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury), Lord Justice Lewison, Mr Justice Morgan, Mr Justice Fancourt and the Deputy President of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) (Martin Rodger QC).  

Current members of Chambers include one Deputy High Court Judge, two Recorders, three Deputy District Judges, four Judges of the First-Tier Tribunal (Land Registration), three past Chairmen of the Property Bar Association. In addition, many are as well members of a number of professional organisations, including the Chancery Bar Association, the Property Bar Association, the London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association, the Compulsory Purchase Association, the Planning and Environment Bar Association and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Four members of Chambers are honorary members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).  

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"Falcon Chambers continues to display an unparalleled level of expertise and dominance in the Bar’s property litigation sector. Known for having one of the finest real estate benches in the market, it has several pre-eminent silks and juniors. The set demonstrates its prowess across the full spectrum of real estate issues, and boasts barristers with specific knowledge of niche areas such as manorial rights, village greens and agriculture." Chambers UK Guide, 2017
"The set has established a deserved reputation as being 'head and shoulders' above its competitors. It is home to a large number of individuals who have 'tremendous ability and great understanding of agricultural matters.'"Chambers UK 2011