Fraser Chambers London Barristers

About Fraser Chambers

Fraser Chambers, recently formed and located in the heart of the City of London, have wide experience from the County Court to all divisions of the High Court and Appellate Courts including the Supreme Court, as well as representing clients in Tribunals and Inquests. We can assist you in the following areas:

Defamation

  • Libel & Slander
  • Privacy & Data Protection
  • Breach of Confidence
  • Freedom of Information
  • Malicious Falsehood
  • Injunctions
  • Harassment

Public Law

  • Inquests
  • Regulatory and Professional Discipline
  • Judicial Review
  • Contempt of Court
  • Human Rights Law

High Net Worth

  • Commercial Law
  • Property Law
  • Private Prosecutions

Public Access

Public Access Info

Fraser Chambers can provide a full range of services, including urgent applications, advocacy, advising in conference or in writing, prepare pleadings and other legal documents and draft legal correspondence for solicitors and public access clients.

David Mace – Chambers Director

Having been a barristers’ clerk for nearly 40 years, David’s experience in the Defamation and Privacy sector is almost unrivalled. He was the Senior Clerk at One Brick Court for 19 years and is highly respected by clerking colleagues, members of the bar and solicitors alike.

Being 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”.

David has always taken a pragmatic approach to costs and has been described in the Legal 500 as “rightly highly regarded for his commercial common sense”, he is very approachable and willing to assist with all enquiries.

Outside of work, David enjoys travelling with his wife of over 30 years, long walks with his dogs, fair weather golf and spending time with his three young grandchildren.

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Dr Anton van Dellen

Anton worked as a registrar in neurosurgery before taking up senior management roles in the NHS. Since qualifying as a barrister, he has represented parties in wide range of Courts and Tribunals. His professional interests and expertise focusses on medico-legal issues and he represents families in a wide range of inquests.

As a member of Goldsmith Chambers in Temple in London, he serves on the Chambers Management and Pupillage and Tenancy Committees, he is an elected member of Inner Temple’s Bar Liaison Committee and sits on Inner Temple’s Library and Remuneration Committees. He is also an elected member of the Bar Council and sits on the Bar Council’s Legal Services and Education and Training Committees. He was awarded a Princess Royal scholarship from Inner Temple and was a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford.

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Barrister Anton van Dellen
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”.
E Pieczonka, Private Client
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”.
Mrs D, Private Client
Fraser Chambers“Dr Anton can 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; Wildy (2018)., Chapter in Access to Justice for Vulnerable People