Members of Goldsmith Chambers and the immigration team are ranked in the Legal 500 2018 edition

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Goldsmith Chambers are pleased to announce that a number of members of chambers have been successfully ranked in the Legal 500 2018, and for the first time, the immigration team as a whole has been recommended in Band 4.

We would like to congratulate the following:

IMMIGRATION (INCLUDING BUSINESS IMMIGRATION)

TEAM – BAND 4“Goldsmith Chambers is considered ‘an up-and-coming set for immigration and asylum work, with a number of very capable barristers’. Charlotte Bayati was part of a team instructed on an appeal to the Supreme Court which considered how the test of reasonableness should be applied when determining the removal of a child who has been resident in the UK for seven years or more. In a separate appeal, Guy Davison was instructed in case that considered the status and level of criminality required to tip the balance towards the removal of an individual from the UK.”

LEADING JUNIORS

Band 3 – Charlotte Bayati – ‘A very efficient and compassionate barrister who will go the extra mile for her clients.’
Band 4 – Guy Davison – ‘A fearless advocate and one of the shrewdest and most savvy barristers I know.
Band 4 – Sarah Pinder –  ‘An excellent advocate with a high success rate because of her aptitude and preparation.’

CIVIL LIBERTIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS (INCLUDING ACTIONS AGAINST THE POLICE)
LEADING SILKS

LEADING SILKS

Band 3 – Anthony Metzer QC – ‘His ability to grasp the nuances and issues in a case quickly are second to none.’

CRIME (GENERAL CRIME)

LEADING SILKS
Band 3 – Anthony Metzer QC – ‘He primarily defends in violent crime cases.

LEADING JUNIORS
Band 3 – Dominic D’Souza – ‘He defends in sex and drug cases.
Band 3 – Grace Ong – ‘She prosecutes rape and firearms cases.

FRAUD: CRIME

LEADING JUNIORS
Adam Gersch has been recommended again in Band 4.