Andrew Hogan has joined Kings Chambers today.

Andrew Hogan joins Kings Chambers


Andrew is a well known costs barrister  one of the foremost commentators on costs and litigation funding in his blog Costs Barrister.


You can read further about Andrew, and find details of his practice and clerking team here.


“We are delighted to announce that Andrew Hogan has joined Kings Chambers.
Andrew’s practice focuses on the areas of Costs and Litigation Funding, Credit Hire Litigation, and Serious Injury Litigation.
Andrew is ranked as Band 1 (All Circuits) and Tier 1 (Midland Circuit) for Costs in both Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 respectively; with Legal 500 praising him as a ‘costs specialist’.
Stephen Loxton, Director of Clerking commented: “I am delighted that Andrew has chosen to join Kings Chambers.  Andrew is a widely respected Costs and Personal injury specialist with an outstanding reputation and we all look forward to working with him.
Andrew commented: “I am thrilled to be joining Kings Chambers, whose strength and reputation is well known both nationally and internationally. I have known and respected the members of the Costs Team here for many years as consummate professionals in their field and look forward to maintaining and increasing my work in the fields of costs and litigation funding as part of a very strong team. I will also continue my work in credit hire litigation and serious personal injury litigation which I have practised over 20 years.”
Kevin Latham, Head of Costs added: “The costs team is delighted to welcome Andrew to Kings Chambers. He is rightly recognised as an exceptional specialist in costs litigation at the bar, and he will make a wonderful addition to our busy team.”

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