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Answers to 12 Thorny Questions: Directly from 10 Supremely Talented Costs Judges and Counsel
Chaired by: Master Colin Campbell
Colin sits as a Deputy Costs Judge at the SCCO. He sat as a Costs Judge from 1996 to 2015 and served as a costs officer of the UKSC and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
Answered by: Alexander Hutton QC of Hailsham Chambers
Alexander has "phenomenal command of costs law," matching it with "the sharpest intellect around." He chaired the Hutton Committee on the E-Bill and acted in Barts Health v Salmon.
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Answered by: Judith Ayling QC of 39 Essex Chambers
Judith is "one of the best-known names for costs - ridiculously clever - an outstanding performer and advocate." She appeared in UK Trucks Claim v Fiat Chrysler Automobile.
Answered by: Roger Mallalieu QC of 4 New Square
Roger "has long been considered the best junior in the costs field and now may equally lay claim to the title as QC." "A master in his field, thinking of all things from all angles."
Answered by: Jamie Carpenter QC of Hailsham Chambers
Jamie is "technically brilliant - he takes the law and distils it into something very pragmatic." He acted in the Supreme Court in Gavin Edmondson Solicitors v Haven Insurance.
Answered by: Master Jason Rowley
Jason is a Costs Judge at the Senior Courts Costs Office. He is co-author of 'Cook on Costs'.
Answered by: David Marshall of Anthony Gold
David is a member of the Hourly Rates Working Group and the CJC's Costs & Funding sub-committee. He advised Jackson LJ on his Review of Fixed Recoverable Costs.
Answered by: District Judge Ian Besford
Ian has been the Regional Costs Judge for the North East since 2005. Before that he was principal of a cost drafting firm.
Answered by: PJ Kirby QC of Hardwicke
PJ acted in the Belsner v Cam Legal Services . He is “incredibly clued up, owns the room, takes control and provides comfort and confidence to the client."
Answered by: Shaman Kapoor of 39 Essex Chambers
Shaman is "absolutely at the cutting edge." "One of the most commercially savvy barristers one can find." He acted in Wedlake Bell v Lord Magan over the solicitor-client retainer.
All speaker quotes are taken from Chambers Directory, Who’s Who Legal or Legal 500