Fountain Court has been recognised by The Legal 500 in its Asia Pacific guide once again, by way of 17 individual rankings and three set rankings.

At a set level, Chambers has been ranked in Band 1 for English barristers undertaking commercial work in the Asia Pacific region. Chambers has also been ranked for its Construction, Energy & Infrastructure practice and for Arbitrator work in Asia Pacific. The directory describes Fountain Court as having ‘deep bench strength across all seniorities’, with comments including that ‘counsel has been pertinent and direct and performed by senior advocates with an impressive depth of knowledge and with a refreshing good humour.’

Individually, Head of Chambers Bankim Thanki KC, Stephen Moriarty KC, Raymond Cox KC, Timothy Howe KC, Leigh-Ann Mulcahy KC, Akhil Shah KC, Anneliese Day KC and Matthew Gearing KC are ranked as Leading Silks for Commercial matters. Nik Yeo and Singapore-based Andrew Pullen and Professor Darius Chan are also ranked as Leading Juniors in this area. Stephen Moriarty KC, Anneliese Day KC, Matthew Gearing KC and Michael Brindle KC are ranked as Leading Arbitrators.

In addition, Anneliese Day KC is ranked as a Leading Silk and Andrew Pullen as a Leading Junior for Construction, Energy and Infrastructure matters.

The editorial on Fountain Court within The Legal 500’s guides can be found here.