Deka Chambers Ranked in Legal 500 2023



We are delighted to announce that Deka Chambers and 66 members are ranked in 14 practice areas in Legal 500.

Deka Chambers is ranked as a Top Tier Set for: 

Personal injury, industrial disease and insurance fraud: ‘A very good set with a broad range of experience, always willing to listen and help out on a range of issues.’ 
Travel law (including jurisdictional issues): ‘Deka Chambers is our “go to” set of chambers for travel matters. They have a first class knowledge of travel matters and are very approachable and helpful.’ 

We are recommended in 4 practice areas: 

Children law (including public and private law): ‘The barristers at Deka Chambers have specialised knowledge in the area of children law and offer excellent advice and representation.’ 

Clinical negligence: ‘The set is commercial and has a wide range of counsel of excellent calibre.’     

Police law (forces and constables): ‘A very capable, go-to set of chambers.’     

Professional negligence: ‘Excellent all round.’ 

In addition, members of chambers are also ranked for Children Law (including public and private law); Court of Protection and Community Care; Crime; Administrative and Public Law (including elections); Fraud: crime; Construction; Inquests and Inquiries; and Property Litigation. 

The full Legal 500 rankings and testimonials are available here.

Thank you to our clients and colleagues for their kind feedback and testimonials.

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