Level Twenty Seven Chambers is Queensland’s largest group of barristers, and its members are widely regarded for the quality and consistency of their work, as well as the breadth and depth of their experience in commercial disputes.
The deep expertise, technical excellence and commercial awareness of our members means that they are highly sought after to represent clients in important and complex matters. Members regularly appear throughout Australia in State and Federal Courts, in specialist tribunals, in significant public inquiries and Royal Commissions, and in large-scale national and international commercial arbitrations.
The group’s exceptional is recognised nationally and internationally. Level Twenty Seven Chambers is listed among Australia’s leading sets for Dispute Resolution in the Chambers & Partners‘ 2018-2022 guides, a top-tier set for Commercial Disputes and Construction in the Legal 500‘s 2021-22 guides, and was named the Australian Disputes Centre ADR Chambers of the year in 2019, 2020 & 2022. Thirty-three members of the group have also been individually recommended in Chambers & Partners, The legal 500, Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession and the Australian Financial Review’s Best Lawyers®.
The group has a distinct focus on the future, recognising that for the legal profession to continue to provide a valuable service to clients and the community at large it must be prepared to adapt and improve. Described by Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific as “the most advanced chambers in terms of the way it interacts with the profession” and “from a client service point of view, the level of general support that they provide to solicitors is unique“. Chambers has been a pioneer of change in the use of technology, has introduced practice management and clerking services in Queensland and has created internal mediation and seminar spaces for use by solicitors and clients.
The group is also well known for its support of young lawyers and the development of the legal profession in Queensland. Our members include two past-Presidents of the Queensland Bar Association, two current members of the Queensland Bar Council, the current Chair of the Queensland Legal Assistance Forum, a past President of LawRight, a past-Vice-President and a past-Secretary of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland and a past-President of the Queensland Young Lawyers Association. A former member is now a District Court Judge of Queensland.