Albion Chambers



Broad Street



29 Park Street


0117 927 2144

Welcome to Albion Chambers

Albion Chambers was established over 100 years ago and has an excellent reputation across the Western Circuit for integrity, approachability and the highest quality of advice and advocacy.

Chambers is led by Adam Vaitilingam QC and has 74 barristers including four Queen’s Counsel. There are two door tenants, both of whom are Queen’s Counsel.




April 2014

Disclosure protocols: in fashion again – Kirsty Real
Look – don’t touch – Anna Midgley
The effect of LASPO on sentencing of “dangerous” and serious offenders – Edward Hetherington

October 2013

Getting it right the first time – Fiona Elder
What’s a bit of Baksheesh between friends? – Richard Shepherd
Is the certainty of summer festival excesses drawing to a close? – Derek Perry
Hamlet without the Prince – Stephen Mooney

April 2013

The ambushing of an ambush defence – Stephen Mooney
A challenge to the European Court of Human Rights – Nicholas O-Brien
Abuse of Process – exploring the limited protection against the prosecution’s attempt at a second bite of the cherry – Kannan Siva

October 2012

Stranded – Jonathan Stanniland
Third Party Disclosure – how to make the most of it – Kirsty Real
Sentencing in historic sex cases – Paul Cook

April 2012

SOPOs revisited – Stephen Mooney
The proceeds of crime act and Matrimonial Assets – Richard Shepherd
Harassment by any other name – Derek Perry
Mary, Mary, quite contrary – Kate Brunner

December 2011

What the F? – Abuse by any other name – Ignatius Hughes QC
R they hrsy or not? – Anna Midgley
To Propensity and beyond! – Stephen Mooney

July 2011

A tug of war – Sarah Regan
The Chambers, the Bank and the missing Postal Order – Nicholas O’Brien

December 2010

Social networking and bad character – Stephen Mooney
Seventy years good? – Sarah Regan

May 2010

Much ado about nothing? – Anna Midgley
We pray to be let alone – Kate Brunner
Bad character or not? – Sarah Regan

November 2009

‘When do I get out?’ – Kate Brunner
Inadequate? Defaulting on PoCA-esque orders – Richard Shepherd