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Kings Chambers celebrates appointment of two new King's Counsel

Kings Chambers celebrates appointment of two new King's Counsel


Kings Chambers welcomes Ruth Stockley and Eleanor Temple as King's Counsel, bringing the total to 28 esteemed members

Kings Chambers proudly announces the impending appointment of two distinguished barristers, Ruth Stockley and Eleanor Temple, as King's Counsel. The ceremony in London this March will see the total number of King's Counsel at Kings Chambers rise to 28.

Ruth Stockley, a member of the Planning team, specializes in town and country planning, infrastructure, environmental law, compulsory purchase, highways, road traffic regulation, and judicial review. With a bar call in 1988, she is widely recognised as a leading authority on highways in the UK.

Eleanor Temple, an expert in commercial litigation, handles cases for domestic and international clients in areas such as insolvency, company law, partnership actions, banking and finance, civil fraud, and contract disputes. Called to the bar in 2000, she serves as the chair of insolvency trade association R3 for the Yorkshire region and sits as a Civil Recorder on the North Eastern Circuit.

Andrew Singer KC, Head of Chambers, lauded both Ruth and Eleanor, stating that their appointments reflect their exceptional expertise and excellence. Kings Chambers, operating in Manchester, Birmingham, and Leeds, is recognised as one of the country's premier sets, offering high-calibre legal services to a national and international client base.