Deka Chambers Top Ranked in Chambers UK Bar

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19/10/2023

We are delighted to announce that Deka Chambers is recognized as a top set in five practice areas and secured 88 barrister rankings across a total of 14 practice areas in Chambers & Partners 2024.

Deka Chambers is ranked as a Top Set for:

Personal Injury – Band 1‘’Deka Chambers is truly a force to be reckoned with in the market’’.

Travel: International Personal Injury – Band 1: ‘’The go-to experts on travel industry matters. ‘’

Police Law: Mainly Defendant – Band 2:   ‘’Deka Chambers combines the forces of two sets with a strong reputation for representing police forces across the country. Acting for the Metropolitan Police, the National Crime Agency and other leading organisations, the barristers are renowned for their work defending civil claims against the police.’’

Motor Insurance Fraud – Band 2: ‘’ The expertise on offer at Deka is second to none.’’

Clinical Negligence – Band 3: ‘’Deka Chambers houses a strong bench of clinical negligence barristers at both senior and junior level who can make complex matters seem straightforward.’’

In addition, members of chambers are also ranked for: Administrative & Public Law, Court of Protection, Crime, Family: Children, Financial Crime, Inquests & Public Inquiries, Personal Injury: Industrial Disease, Professional Negligence, and Protest Law.

Deka Chambers has been recommended for their client service as well.

‘’Deka’s clerks lead the way with service levels. They are extremely helpful, efficient and friendly.’’

‘’They have always been first-class in terms of quality of counsel and clerking.’’

‘’The clerks are very swift to respond to requests and highly efficient in handling the matters we place with them.’’

Our full rankings and testimonials can be found on the Chambers UK Bar website.

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

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