Field Court Tax Chambers

All the founding members of Chambers have practised in Gray’s Inn throughout their careers as barristers and enjoy its tradition and history as well as its peace and calm sheltered from the hustle and bustle of Holborn. We are situated opposite the Walks which have existed since at least 1597 when it is said that Francis Bacon, who later became Attorney General (1613) and then Lord Chancellor (1618), was paid £7 “for planting of trees in the walkes”.

The following photographs (thanks to Miranda Parry mppimagecreation) give a taste of where we practise.

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