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Property, Civil fraud and asset recovery, Commercial disputes, International / offshore, International arbitration, Professional liabilityFriday 7 October 2022

Leading Commercial Chancery Silk Thomas Grant KC joins Wilberforce

Wilberforce Chambers is delighted to announce that Thomas Grant KC has joined Chambers from Friday 7th October 2022.

Tom is a leading commercial chancery silk who received the “Chancery Silk of The Year” award from Chambers & Partners in 2021. He has an outstanding reputation in the areas of civil fraud, commercial and commercial chancery litigation, company, banking and secured lending, professional liability, international arbitration, and property. He was recently recommended in 6 practice areas in the 2023 edition of The Legal 500.

In addition, Tom is the joint general editor of, and one of the main contributors to the leading textbook, Civil Fraud: Law, Practice and Procedure (2018 and 2022, Sweet & Maxwell; online, Westlaw). Tom is also the joint general editor of Lender Claims (2010, Sweet & Maxwell), and a contributor to the most recent three editions of The Law of Solicitors’ Liabilities (2008, 2012, 2020, Bloomsbury), the leading textbook on solicitors’ liabilities.

Tom is currently the Chair of the Professional Negligence Bar Association and was last month appointed a Visiting Professor of Law at the LSE.

Brian Green KC (Head of Chambers) said, “We are delighted to welcome Tom as a member of Wilberforce Chambers. Tom has an outstanding reputation as one of the leading commercial silks at the Chancery Bar, and his joining us adds yet further strength and depth to the excellent leaders and juniors practising in Chambers in these fields. We wish Tom every continuing success in his practice with us.”

Nicholas Luckman (Practice Director) said, “Tom’s recruitment adds to the outstanding pool of talent in our civil fraud, company, commercial and professional liability groups, and is a further strong restatement of Chambers’ commitment to these practice areas as part of its providing the highest quality specialist service.”

For further information in relation to Tom’s experience and expertise, please see the link to Tom Grant KC on the Wilberforce Chambers website, or contact Nicholas Luckman (nluckman@wilberforce.co.uk) or Fraser Geddes (fgeddes@wilberforce.co.uk).

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