Current Practising Status
Self Employed
Date of Call
Oct 1992
Inn of Court
Lincoln's Inn
Practising certificate valid
01/04/2020-30/04/2021
Primary practice address
The Chambers of Andrew Trollope QC and Richard Christie QC, 187 Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AT, United Kingdom
Primary practice switchboard number
(+44) 020 74307430
Other practice addresses

Vitoria International Chambers, Xavier House, 5 Ettrick Road, CHICHESTER, West Sussex, PO19 7DH, United Kingdom

  • Vitoria International Chambers, Unit C10, Worth Corner, Turners Hill Road, Pound Hill, CRAWLEY, West Sussex, RH10 7SL, United Kingdom
  • Vitoria International Chambers, Gedempte Sloot 24, THE HAGUE, 2513 TD, Netherlands
Other addresses switchboard numbers

(+356) 99 100098

  • (+356) 99 100098
  • (+356) 99 100098
Rights of Audience
  • Full Rights of Audience
Public Access
Yes
Conduct of Litigation
Yes
Areas of practice
Crime ,  Defamation ,  Employment ,  European ,  Immigration ,  International ,  Professional discipline ,  Professional negligence ,  Public Law
Other Entitlements
  • Administration Of Oaths
  • Immigration Work
  • Probate Activities
  • Reserved Instrument Activities
Disciplinary Findings

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