Eight Fountain Court members and two door tenants have been recognised by The Legal 500 in its Asia Pacific 2022 guide.
Head of Chambers Bankim Thanki QC, Stephen Moriarty QC, Raymond Cox QC, Timothy Howe QC, Leigh-Ann Mulcahy QC, Anneliese Day QC and Matthew Gearing QC are ranked as Leading Silks for Commercial matters. Andrew Pullen and Professor Darius Chan, both based in Singapore, are also ranked as Leading Juniors in this area. Michael Brindle QC is ranked as a Leading Arbitrator.
In addition, Anneliese Day QC is ranked as a Leading Silk and Andrew Pullen as a Leading Junior for Construction, Energy and Infrastructure matters.
Overall, Chambers has been ranked in Band 1 for English barristers undertaking commercial work in the Asia Pacific region. Chambers has also been ranked for our Construction, Energy & Infrastructure work. The directory describes Fountain Court as being ‘fast and efficient and has an incredible range and quality across the entire team. It has a strong annexe in Singapore, a jurisdiction which it has connections spanning decades…’.
The editorial on Fountain Court within The Legal 500’s Asia Pacific 2022 guide can be found here.