Arron Snipe
First Junior Clerk - Birmingham
Arron Snipe
First Junior Clerk - Birmingham

Arron joined chambers in Summer 2012 and after impressing in his role with our marketing and events team, he quickly moved into the world of clerking as a junior clerk on the Commercial Desk. After spending a year as a junior Clerk Arron was promoted to the role of 2nd Junior Clerk on the Family Team where he developed his skills that assisted in him gaining another promotion to his current position of First Junior Clerk.

Along with the Senior Clerk Justin Luckman, Arron is responsible for the day to day management and business development of the following practice areas of Chambers:- Insolvency, Company Law, Commercial Fraud, Partnership Disputes, Shareholders Disputes, Intellectual Property and General Commercial Litigation.

Arron is commercially aware and is on hand to negotiate fees for both Senior & Junior members of the Commercial Team.

Arron is a member of the Institute of Barristers Clerks and currently sits on the IBC Junior Clerks Committee.

Outside of work, Arron is a keen cricketer and Horse Racing enthusiast with the dream of owning his own Race Horse in the future! If not in the office he may also be found sampling some of Scotland's fine Single Malt Whisky's.

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