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Edward Hicks

| Call 2004

Profile: Overview

Edward was called to the Bar in 2004 and joined Radcliffe Chambers in 2009. He specialises in Chancery and commercial litigation. He is described in Chambers UK as having “exceptional” attention to detail, as giving “superb opinions and advice in conference” and as having “a very commercial mind”.

Experience and Expertise

Edward was a scholar at Magdalene College, Cambridge between 1999 and 2002, taking a triple first class MA in Law. He then studied at Oriel College, Oxford, for the BCL between 2002 and 2003 which he passed with distinction. During his Bar Vocational Course in 2003-4 he supervised Land Law at Magdalene and Wolfson Colleges, Cambridge. He was called to the Bar in November 2004 by the Middle Temple. He joined Radcliffe Chambers in 2009. He now specialises in private client, property and commercial litigation and he regularly appears in multi-track trials and has wide experience of mediations. He also undertakes a wide range of non-contentious chancery work.


Cases and Work of Note



Edward is ranked as an “up and coming" junior by the 2013 edition of Chambers UK, being described as “very thorough in his research” and as having “great commercial awareness”.



Recent seminars and papers include:



MA Cantab (triple 1st Class) BCL Oxon (distinction)


On a Personal Note

Edward is married to Becca, a paediatrician. They have three young children, Harry (born 2011), Imogen (born 2014) and Rufus (born 2016), They live in Wimbledon.



Chancery Bar Association

Property Bar Association


Other Details

Vat Registration Number: 876861761 Bar Membership Number: 47814


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Edward Hicks
“Edward Hicks' meticulous approach to complex matters ensures that no stone is left unturned, and he instils confidence in those instructing him.”

Instructing Solicitor