Wilson-Smith, Christopher QC
Christopher Wilson-Smith QC was head of Chambers during a period when it doubled its membership and was shortlisted for Chambers of the Year.
In 1966 he became a Bencher of Gray’s Inn; in 1977 a Civil and Crime Recorder; and in 2000 he became a member of the New South Wales Bar.
His practice covers personal injury, clinical negligence and serious crime, primarily involving frauds, corporate manslaughter and health and safety cases. In 2011–12 he successfully led 64 cases and won compensation for his clients amounting to many millions of pounds.
In clinical negligence, Wilson-Smith acts for claimants and defendants (NHSLA), often involving babies with birth injuries and sometimes compounded by breaches of duty in healthcare following the initial trauma.
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