Chambers & Partners 2022


Chambers is proud to have our members recognised in the 2022 edition of the Chambers & Partners directory.  The rankings have been published as follows:

Police Law: Mainly Claimant

Anthony Metzer – Silks, Band 2: Anthony Metzer QC is well versed in actions against the police, including claims for misfeasance and personal injury sustained while in police custody. He is noted for his skills in both advocacy and client care.


Anthony Metzer – Silks, Band 3: He strives mightily to ensure a successful outcome.” “His strength lies in developing novel and ground-breaking strategies for dealing with difficult issues.


Anthony Metzer – Silks, Band 3: Anthony Metzer QC has an impressive immigration practice focusing on asylum, and issues including the rights of EU nationals and their families. He is routinely sought after for his experience in complex judicial reviews. He also sits in both the Upper Tribunal and the Administrative Court.

Samina Iqbal – Juniors, Band 4: Samina Iqbal is a seasoned immigration barrister with strong expertise in EU law, nationality law and human rights. She is particularly adept at handling complex judicial reviews that challenge Home Office decisions and immigration policy. She represents a wide range of clients including vulnerable women and unaccompanied minors.

Sanaz Saifolahi – Juniors, Band 4: Sanaz Saifolahi is a renowned immigration barrister with considerable experience in the rights of EU nationals and their families. She has deep expertise in all aspects of human rights law and acts for a range of clients, including highly vulnerable individuals.


Jonathan Crystal – Juniors, Band 3: Jonathan Crystal is a vastly experienced barrister who enjoys a longstanding reputation in the sports law arena, with particular knowledge of boxing and football matters. He is knowledgeable of both contractual and regulatory issues in sport.


Kenneth McGuire – Juniors, Band 2: Kenneth McGuire is an advocate with experience across the whole range of employment law, with particular strengths in discrimination and equal pay issues. He regularly represents clients in employment tribunals and the Court of Session.


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