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NICHOLAS LUCKMAN

+44 (0)20 7304 2856nluckman@wilberforce.co.uk

Practice Director

Nick is the Practice Director at Wilberforce Chambers.

Nick works with the Practice Management Team and our barristers at Wilberforce to deliver a high level of service to all our clients. He sits on the Management Board and is responsible for instigating and delivering agreed business strategies. Nick has specialist experience delivering professional services to domestic, international and offshore legal markets.

  • MBA from Henley Business School.
  • CEDR accredited Mediator (Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution).
  • Institute of Directors – Directors Certificate in Company Direction.
  • Member of the Institute of Directors, The Association of MBA’s (AMBA), The International Bar Association (IBA) and INSOL International.
  • Nick is a Business Board Member of Support Through Court.

The Directories:

The 2022 edition of Chambers & Partners says “Practice Director Nicholas Luckman is very accommodating, realistic, and has a can-do attitude. He’s super organised and marshals the clerking team very well.” 

The 2021 edition of Chambers & Partners describes Nick as “very smooth and user-friendly”. He earns praise from interviewees who note that he “always try to accommodate us and to help out where he can”.

The 2020 edition of The Legal 500 has the following to say; “always a pleasure to deal with”, practice director Nicholas Luckman “has no rival” at the Bar. Luckman runs “a very slick operation” that befits the calibre of the set’s members.

The 2020 edition of Chambers & Partners describes Nick as “hands-on, efficient and committed to offering great service”, along with being “a very smooth operator”.

The 2019 edition of The Legal 500 said Chambers “has grown and gone from strength to strength” since the “solutions driven” Nicholas Luckman was appointed as practice director. Luckman is “a stalwart in the offshore legal world” and “responsive and sensitive to client needs and oversee a commercially focused clerks’ room”.