UK Leading  Set  2017




Thomas More Chambers is a leading set of barristers’ chambers, providing outstanding quality advocacy and advice to individuals, businesses and governments.


We are proud to announce the appointment of

Geoffrey Cox Q.C. as HM Attorney General for England & Wales



We offer advice and representation across a wide range of legal market sectors, acting both nationally and internationally.

We are energetic innovative and service-orientated.

Many members of chambers can be instructed on a direct access basis.


LEGAL 500 2017:


Thomas More Chambers is a common law set with

an excellent array of barristers and an enviable international practice.

The clerks are first rate’; ‘they go above and beyond to assist counsel, the instructing solicitors and ultimately, the client. In particular, chief clerk Stuart Sellen is a pleasure to deal with and provides a bespoke service, and senior civil clerk Craig Brown is efficient and helpful – nothing is too much trouble for him.

Senior criminal clerk Clifford Strong is also a key contact. 


Working together with Thomas More International, Mauritius.




Mathew Sherratt Q.C., Fiona Edington and Puneet Rai successfully defend SAS soldiers accused of negligence overseeing an SAS selection march in which 3 reservists died.  News story here.




Mathew Sherratt Q.C. has accepted an invitation to return to practice within Chambers. We warmly welcome him.



Desiree Artesi 

will be presenting a lunchtime seminar for MBL(Thomson Reuters) on 22nd October 2018

Witness Statements - Drafting dangers and pitfalls

Click here for details.




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Please ignore and delete these emails.

We are working with our IT department to try to prevent further occurences.