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4 New Square is a leading commercial set of barristers, comprising 82 independent practitioners of whom 26 are Queen's Counsel.

We act as specialist advocates and advisers in a wide range of civil disputes, both domestic and international, and as expert advisers in non-contentious matters. Some of us also act as arbitrators and mediators.

In all our work we aim to:

  • provide an excellent, efficient, service to all our clients
  • give sound practical advice and explain legal issues in clear terms
  • be approachable and work as a team with our clients and their other professional advisers 

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For all meetings at 4 New Square, please go to 2 New Square.

4 New Square
Lincoln's Inn
London, WC2A 3RJ

Tel: +44 20 7822 2000
DX: 1041 London Chancery Lane

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Latest News


Are you being served?: Sloutsker v Romanova and service out of the jurisdiction

Click here to read the blog post by Paul Fisher which considers the recent judgment by the High Court in Sloutsker v Romanova

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Upcoming sculpture exhibition at 4 New Square

From Tuesday 29 September 4 New Square will be hosting a number of sculptures from the Myth Makers collection by artist Antonio López Reche. For more information, and to view a number of the pieces on display, please click here.

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Casenote on Coventry v Lawrence [2015] UKSC 50

Today the Supreme Court handed down judgment in the landmark costs case of Coventry v Lawrence, resisting an invitation to declare the system of recoverability of additional liabilities in civil litigation as incompatible with Article 6 ECHR and Article 1 to the First Protocol.

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Lessons in Wilful Default after Weavering

Justin Fenwick QCGraham Chapman QC and Michael Ryan discuss developments in fraud litigation and the use of exculpatory provisions and wilful default carve-outs following the decision of the Court of Appeal of the Cayman Islands in Weavering Macro Fixed Income v Peterson.

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