Meet our members


The Commercial Bar is a diverse profession which welcomes individuality and seeks to recruit the very best people irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.  Moreover, the range of work undertaken by barristers specialising in commercial law is also diverse and no two practices will be identical. 

The following profiles are from barristers who have volunteered to share their stories of coming to the Bar and the work that they do.  Siddharth and Charlotte’s profiles below also give you some information about a typical day in the life of a barrister at the self-employed and employed Bars respectively.  We hope their stories inspire the next generation of barristers.      

Conall Patton QC, One Essex Court

Kendrah Potts, 4 New Square Chambers

Kira King, XXIV Old Buildings 

Craig Williams, Quadrant Chambers

Farhaz Khan, 3VB

Stephen Du, 7KBW

Zahra Al-Rikabi, Brick Court Chambers

A day in the life of a commercial barrister – Siddharth Dhar, Essex Court Chambers

A day in the life of an employed barrister – Charlotte Pope-Williams, Pinsent Masons LLP