Thomas More Chambers is a London barristers' chambers specialising in arbitration, commercial law, criminal law, financial and regulatory crime, courts martial, employment, family, personal injury, professional negligence, property, public and human rights law and immigration and nationality. Details of additional legal specialisations may be found in individual members' profiles.


Under the leadership of Geoffrey Cox QC, Chambers has developed into a substantial set of expert barristers, supported by an energetic clerking team with whom our clients can expect to deal on terms of familiarity and trust.
Some barristers in Thomas More Chambers can act for individuals or businesses directly, without the need of a solicitor, via direct access. Go to the Direct Public Access page for further details.

Chambers' name honours Sir Thomas More, a biography of whom can be read here.













Desiree Artesi successfully represents a claimant in judicial review challenge to the application of policy in the Turks and Caicos Islands.



Sarah Lucy Cooper successfully defended anti-suit injunctions in divorce proceedings in the Court of Appeal in Ahmed v Mustafa [2014] EWCA Civ 277.



Geoffrey Cox QC and William Frain-Bell triumph in a ‘legal first’ before The Dubai World Tribunal in a seven figure damages claim under UAE law for negligent misstatement on the part of a non-contracting third party





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