Chloe Murray is a civil practitioner with a busy Court and paper practice. She is regarded as a robust and thorough advocate.
Areas of Practice:
Chloe is a specialised personal injury practitioner; her practice encompasses all aspects of personal injury litigation including:
- Employers liability;
- Road Traffic Accidents (including fraudulent claims and credit hire);
- Public liability;Occupiers’ liability;
- Sports Injuries;Product liability;
- CRU Appeals;
- CICA hearings.
Chloe specialises in all aspects of personal injury litigation including Employer’s Liability, Public and Occupiers’ Liability and Road Traffic Litigation. She represents both Claimants and Defendants in Fast Track and Multi Track claims at interim hearings and through to trial.
Chloe has a particular interest in claims involving allegations of fraud and dishonesty and is panel counsel for a number of solicitors and large insurers. Chloe is often instructed in claims where there are complex issues of liability or causation which suits her forceful and meticulous approach.
She enjoys cases with challenging legal points and has assisted with cases in the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
Chloe has considerable experience in Coroners’ law and inquests and accepts instructions on domestic and Article 2 inquests.
She was instructed by the Senior Coroner of Manchester as junior counsel to the inquest, led by Marc Willems QC, in the Inquest into the death of Jordan Begley in 2015 (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-33373531). The inquest involved a number of interested persons including Greater Manchester Police, the IPCC and Taser International. The inquest was complex and lasted for several weeks.
More recently Chloe was instructed by one of the main interested persons in the Inquest into the death of Stephen Hunt, a firefighter who died during active service (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-36323367). The inquest lasted 6 weeks and heard evidence from more than 80 witnesses including expert witnesses dealing with the cause, location and spread of fire.
As is typical of Chambers, Chloe adopts an informal approach to her practice and is happy to talk through cases and issues with solicitors before receipt of any formal instructions.
- Employers liability;
“She is a highly-skilled advocate who’s questioning of witnesses is always thorough and robust leaving no stone unturned. She shows great commitment and attention to detail in her case preparation. She puts clients at ease and is fantastic at giving advice in simple terms.”
Kelly Darlington, Associate Partner, Farleys
Personal Injury Bar Association
The Northern Circuit
The Richard Isaacson Memorial Scholarship
BPTC: Very Competent (PlacedSecond)
The Head of School Commendation for First Place inCivil Litigation (BPTC, MMU)
The Head of School Commendation for First Place inConference (BPTC, MMU)
Degree: LLB. Hons - The University of East Anglia.