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Atkin Chambers welcomes new tenant

Previously, Turner has acted in several disputes arising out of national and international infrastructure projects, and he has experience advising and representing clients as sole counsel in renovation and disrepair claims.

Atkin Chambers has announced Ryan Turner will join the chambers as its new tenant.

Turner has acted in several disputes arising out of national and international infrastructure projects, and he has experience advising and representing clients as sole counsel in renovation and disrepair claims. 

Additionally, he reportedly has “significant” experience in claims brought by or against the National House Building Council.

Atkin Chambers said Turner is regularly instructed to advise in respect of adjudications, including providing early-stage advice in respect of final account and payment notice disputes.

Meanwhile, the chambers said it is a “leading set of commercial barristers synonymous with disputes in construction, energy and infrastructure worldwide”, and it said Turner’s experience covers a range of construction and commercial disputes.

Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, head of Atkin Chambers, said: “The members of Atkin Chambers are delighted to welcome Ryan to chambers. He joins an excellent group of juniors and I am confident Atkin Chambers is the ideal place for Ryan to flourish and build his practice domestically and internationally.”

David Barnes, CEO and director of clerking, said: “Atkin Chambers is known for the strength in depth of its barristers and Ryan makes an excellent addition to the junior roster at chambers.”

Turner added: “I am pleased to be joining and having the opportunity to practice at a set with such a formidable global reputation in construction, energy and infrastructure disputes.” 

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