Chris Meiring commenced pupillage in with Chambers in 2021, sitting first with Jennifer Seaman (Pensions; Private Client), then Eliot Woolf QC and Will Young (Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence), and subsequently Naomi Ling (Employment & Pensions). He commenced his second six in 2022 and accepts instructions across the range of Chambers’ practice areas.
Chris began his studies reading medicine at Magdalene College, Cambridge, and Imperial College London. He then returned to Cambridge to read for an MPhil, during which he published research on prognostication in intensive care using machine learning, and received the top distinction. He subsequently practised as a junior doctor while undertaking the GDL (Distinction) and Bar course (Outstanding).
As a pupil, Chris has gained experience in the Employment Tribunal, sitting with Will Young and Naomi Ling, as well as assisting Saul Margo and Stephen Butler at trials. He has worked on cases across the range of employment litigation, including discrimination, unfair dismissal, TUPE, employment status, and equal pay.
He accepts instructions in employment matters. In his second six, he has appeared in the Employment Tribunal on several occasions in matters ranging from preliminary hearings to multi-day trials.
As a pupil, Chris sat with Jennifer Seaman and Naomi Ling, working across a range of pensions cases, including rectification, discrimination, public sector pensions, maladministration, and SASS litigation.
As a pupil, Chris sat with Jennifer Seaman, working on a variety of private client matters, including issues of probate and construction of wills.
Chris regularly accepts instructions for hearings in the County Court in business and commercial matters, including contractual matters and PPI claims.
Our experienced practice management team can help you identify the right barrister for your case.