Chambers & Partners – 2024 Directory


Chambers is very proud to have several of our members recognised in the 2024 edition of the Chambers & Partners directory.  The rankings have been published as follows:


Silks: Anthony Metzer KC – Band 3 – Anthony is a top silk with a very good client manner.

Family: Matrimonial Finance


Victoria Wilson – Band 4 – A great cross-examiner, she can turn a hopeless case into a very well-matched fight as a consequence of her brilliant advocacy.

Police Law (Claimant)

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


Ranked Team – Band 4

Silks: Anthony Metzer KC – Band 3 – Anthony Metzer KC has an impressive immigration practice, focusing on citizenship 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.


Charlotte Bayati – Band 4 – Charlotte is a fantastic advocate who is very thorough and gets great results for clients because of her dedication.

Sanaz Saifolahi – Band 4 – Thorough, logical and exceptionally knowledgeable, which immediately puts clients and instructing solicitors at ease.

Samina Iqbal – Band 4 – She consistently provides a comprehensive service to clients, combining her deep understanding of the law with outstanding advocacy skills and strategic thinking.

Sarah Pinder – Band 4 – She is proactive, responsive and thoughtful. She is passionate about supporting clients and works tirelessly to achieve the best outcome for them.

Lawrence Youssefian – Band 4 – He is always there to work through problems and provide creative solutions. His commitment to each case is impressive, and he is able to identify the key issues quickly.


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