Field Court Tax Chambers

Coronavirus (CoVid-19)

IMPORTANT: If you are planning on visiting Field Court Tax Chambers please note that until further notice, we will be working remotely wherever possible and visits to Chambers are now restricted.

Field Court Tax Chambers are continuing to practise as normal, although remotely, and we remain committed to provide exceptional service to our clients. However, we are now doing so in a way that minimises so far as possible the impact of the coronavirus (CoVid-19) on our barristers and staff in Chambers and visitors to Chambers.

About us

Based in the traditional heart of legal London, we are a modern, energetic, forward looking set of expert tax counsel with wide experience of UK and international tax related matters both as advisers and advocates.

Between us we have advised governments, multinational enterprises, wealthy individuals, charities, celebrities, tax authorities and small medium and large businesses from all parts of the world on all areas of UK law and all aspects of double taxation and tax related human rights law. We have represented our clients as expert advocates throughout the UK court system, from top to bottom, as well as in the European Court of Justice, the Privy Council and in courts across the globe.

We practise exclusively in all aspects of direct and indirect tax. This requires a thorough knowledge of other areas of the law including company, trust, contract, land, international and conflict of laws – all of which are frequently encountered in our practice.  We are not generalists; we are specialists and our areas of work and particular strengths are listed on our individual profiles.  We discuss amongst ourselves difficult points of law and thus we are able to offer accurate, practical and insightful tax advice.

We have over 100 years of experience as tax advisers and advocates. We are affable and approachable, work hard for our clients and aim to give a really top class service.

Please discuss with our Practice Managers, Marie Burke and Stephanie Talbot, how we can best assist, or just speak to us direct if you prefer.


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