Littleton elects new joint heads of chambers

Littleton Chambers has voted in Andrew Clarke QC and Clive Freedman QC as new joint heads of chambers, after former head Michel Kallipetis QC stepped down.


Littleton Chambers has voted in Andrew Clarke QC and Clive Freedman QC as new joint heads of chambers, after former head Michel Kallipetis QC stepped down.

Clarke is an employment specialist and Freedman handles commercial law cases.

Littleton chief executive David Douglas said: “The twin specialities of our new joint heads – employment and commercial law – reflect the ongoing growth, success and focus of Littleton Chambers.”

Kallipetis is well respected for his mediation practice. He is not retiring and will continue to handle client matters. Kallipetis has spent 20 years at Littleton, seven of which have been as head of chambers and 13 as deputy head.

Littleton is best known for its employment and mediation work. It has 41 members, 11 of which are silks.