XXIV Old Buildings is delighted to announce that Professor Graham Virgo KC (Hon) is now a member of Chambers. Graham has had a long association with Chambers and has been an academic member since 1998.
Graham is Professor of English Private Law at the University of Cambridge and the 19th Master of Downing College, Cambridge and a Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn.
Head of Chambers Elspeth Talbot Rice KC said “The members of XXIV Old Buildings and I are thrilled to welcome Professor Graham Virgo KC (Hon) as a member of Chambers. Graham is, and has for many years been, a leading academic in fields in which we practice and his addition as a member of Chambers adds further weight to the strength of our team. We are very much looking forward to supporting his career as a barrister.”
“I have been connected with Chambers for over 25 years, and am delighted to become a special member of a set with such renowned experience in the areas of law in which I take a great deal of interest, namely the Law of Restitution; Equity and trusts; Commercial litigation; international trust disputes” comments Graham.
Paul Horsfield, Head of Clerking, added “as an academic expert in the fields in which members of XXIV Old Buildings practice, the addition of Graham as a member of our Chambers complements, supports and strengthens the existing members’ offering and we are looking forward to offering his substantial experience to clients.”