History

Gray's Inn Chambers has housed a set of chambers specialising in Family and Immigration Law for over twenty years. Originally set up in 1989 and headed by Sir Charles Fletcher-Cooke QC, in 2001 the family practitioners from 1 Gray's Inn Square merged with the then chambers of Brian Jubb and Renaissance Chambers was born.

Over the years Renaissance has built a solid reputation in the fields of Family, Immigration and general Human Rights Law. There has been particular emphasis upon the law relating to children, as well as other aspects of Family Law including matrimonial finance and administrative law relating to families, young and old. In the immigration field, we have assembled a significant team of specialists covering all aspects of Immigration Law together with related human rights issues.  Our ability to deal with cases covering all these disciplines is unrivalled.

Standards

Members of Chambers are instructed on behalf of individuals as well as public and private corporate bodies and we strive to offer a premium class service to all those who instruct us.  In meeting our clients’ needs, we aim to give full satisfaction and endeavour to support this with sound case management in every instance. Our clerking team seeks, first and foremost, to ensure that matters are allocated to counsel with the expertise and experience to meet the demands of any given case.