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Fraser Chambers London Barristers

Fraser Chambers are specialists in Defamation, Public Law and Litigation involving High Net Worth individuals

Based in the Cheesegrater Building, overlooking the heart of the City, Fraser Chambers specialises in Defamation, Public Law and Litigation involving High Net Worth Individuals.

Fraser Chambers is named after Sir Hugh Fraser who published one of the first defamation practitioner textbooks “The Law of Libel in Its Relation to the Press” in 1889. Bringing a modern approach to litigation, Fraser Chambers offers expertise in solving legal issues facing clients ranging from pre-action advice, urgent out of hours telephone injunctions to fully contested High Court clams and appeals.

Chambers Director, David Mace, has over 35 years of clerking experience in defamation law and has been described  in Chambers and Partners as  “a fantastic clerk who has been in the game for such a long time that he knows exactly what needs to be done on every occasion” and by Legal 500 as “rightly highly regarded for his commercial common sense”.

Defamation

Experienced in a wide range of Defamation Proceedings.

Defamation

Public Law

Experienced in Public Law including Inquests, Judicial Reviews, Professional Regulatory Proceedings and Contempt of Court.

Public Law

High Net Worth

Experience in representing and advising High Net Worth clients in a range of commercial litigation.

High Net Worth Litigation

Public Access

Talk to us about Public Access cases

Public Access Applications

Fraser Chambers“Dr Van Dellen is incredibly knowledgeable and experienced and is willing go out of his way to achieve the best outcome in each case. He provides thorough and timely legal advice. I admire his approachability and sympathetic attitude towards his clients. He will always find the time to assist and answer any questions that the client may have and does so in a compassionate yet authoritative way.”

EP, Solicitor
Fraser Chambers“Dr Anton van Dellen is very experienced Counsel who is always there to assist you to understand your legal position and agree the best strategy to resolve your issues in the most efficient and cost-effective manner. He is highly recommended”
JO, Solicitor
Fraser Chambers“Bringing the court closer to the person with disability: Judicial exemption from the Equality Act and interference with reasonable adjustments for litigants with physical disabilities”
Editors: Penny Cooper & Linda Hunting, Chapter in Access to Justice for Vulnerable People
Fraser Chambers“I believe Anton van Dellen to be a truly outstanding professional, who has worked so hard to fight my corner and to get my voice heard in court. I am always grateful for everything Anton does. Thank you so much.”
Mr W, Private Client
Fraser Chambers“I approached Dr Anton van Dellen to act on a direct access basis in a complicated claim against a State authority and its contractor. He has been extremely professional, kind and approachable in what could have been  a traumatic and horrible experience and acted fast and with diligence”.
Ms D, Private Client

Recent Cases

Remote High Court hearing in financial services dispute

July 1st, 2020|

Dr Anton van Dellen represented the Defendant in a remote High Court hearing in Leeds in a financial services dispute. The Defendant alleges that the Claimant, a financial institution based in Gibraltar, failed to operate segregated client accounts, failed to reconcile accounts and withdrew third party funds.  The claim [...]

Fraser Chambers Latest News

Government review of Judicial Review

August 8th, 2020|

Lord Faulks, a QC and crossbench peer who was a justice minister between 2013 and 2016, will chair a panel looking into potential reforms to the existing system of judicial review. Judicial review is a procedure that allows anyone who has been affected by a decision or failure to act [...]

Sir Geoffrey Vos next Master of the Rolls

August 4th, 2020|

Sir Geoffrey Vos has been appointed as the next Master of the Rolls. Sir Geoffrey, who is currently Chancellor of the High Court, will take over from Sir Terence Etherton on 11 January 2021, following the latter’s retirement.  Dr Anton van Dellen sits as the Bar Council's observer on [...]