We are Public Access Barristers. This means that CHC Members act directly for individual clients and businesses. CHC Barristers provide legal services for both domestic [UK-based] and international clients. Our Chambers is an association of independent Counsel and so our legal fees are agreed on a case-by-case basis.
CHC Barristers offer advice, drafting and advocacy in almost all areas of law, including commercial, chancery, family, immigration, licensing and crime. We are also authorised to conduct all forms of correspondence and litigation for our clients and so can issue and receive service of all legal documents and proceedings. We can also write on our clients’ behalf to other individuals, companies and organisations, and their lawyers.
Dr Alexander Khan
Alex has practised as Chancery, family and commercial counsel for over 15 years. Before that, he spent 5 years in corporate management and marketing. Alex now advises SMEs and individuals, as well as acting for and against banks and other large organisations.
Having also practised law in Dubai, Alex has many legal contacts around the globe that can assist with international matters such as offshore accounts, international disputes and cross-border enforcement.
Alex’s practice covers all areas of commercial, family and Chancery disputes, including contracts, company law, land law, divorce, child contact, probate, and insolvency and bankruptcy. Alex was called to the Bar of Lincoln’s Inn in 2000.
Mohsin is experienced in dealing with and advising businesses and individuals in respect of statutory compliance, regulatory matters, and immigration law [the ‘Points Based System’] and any associated sponsorship. He has worked closely with both commercial law firms and multi-faceted businesses for many years. Mohsin has represented many high net worth individuals and attained for them Tier 1 Investor and Entrepreneur Visas across the globe, including in countries such as China, India, Pakistan and the Gulf States.
Mohsin also acts in matters invovling commercial law, civil law, family law, judicial review and criminal law. Mohsin was called to the Bar of Lincoln’s Inn in 2011.
Howsoon is a fully qualified lawyer in The Gambia and England & Wales. He has over 23 years post-qualification experience as a combined barrister & solicitor (“Legal Practitioner”) in The Gambia. He has worked both as a government lawyer and as a private legal practitioner engaged involved in criminal prosecutions and defence, acting as counsel for the plaintiff (claimant) and defendant in civil litigation, drafted government legislative bills, drafted commercial, IP and IT contracts. As a barrister in England, he has been involved in advising clients and representing clients in court litigation.
Howsoon’s areas of practice cover chancery law, commercial law, contract law, “Soft IP”, crime and immigration, personal injury law, statutory interpretation and legislative drafting. Howsoon was called to the Bar of Lincoln’s Inn in 2010.
Arran is a Barrister-at-Law practising in Dublin. He is an adjudicator, arbitrator and mediator. He co-wrote two editions of the leading Irish text Arbitration Law (Round Hall, Dublin 2008 and Dublin 2014). From 2013-2015 he served on the Board of Management of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London. He will serve as a member of the CIArb Board of Trustees for the Ireland Region from 2017 to 2020. He has been Called to the Bar in Dublin , Belfast  and Middle Temple .
Milton Firman has been associated with the legal profession for over 30 years, most recently as MD of The Legal Company, which offers legal advice via a panel of lawyers. He is experienced in a wide range of criminal and civil law and has a commercial, personable and straight talking approach to meeting the demands of professional and lay clients. His emphasis is on first rate service at all times, good communication skills and flexibility.
Julie is a highly experienced administrator of professional practices over three decades. She specialises in dealing with HM Courts & Tribunals Service, HMRC and other government agencies. Julie is the first point of contact with both professional and lay clients, and diarises for the members of CHC. She provides guidance on fee structure and matching Counsel to cases.