Mairi Innes

Year of Call 2017

General Profile

Mairi is a member in Chambers’ London branch. Mairi joined Chambers in October 2018 following the successful completion of her pupillage.


Prior to commencing pupillage, Mairi read Law at the University of Cambridge and worked as a Research Assistant at the Law Commission on the Property, Family and Trusts team. Mairi was called to the Bar in 2017 and accepts instructions in all areas for which Chambers is renowned.


Areas of Emphasis

Insolvency - all aspects of both corporate and individual insolvency, including all stages of winding-up and bankruptcy, rescission and setting aside statutory demands.


Commercial chancery - all aspects of commercial litigation, applications, construction of contracts, sale of goods, partnership and guarantees.


General chancery and company - all aspects of company law, family provision, wills and trusts.


Property - all aspects including conveyancing, mortgages, easements and restrictive covenants.


Landlord and tenant – all aspects including residential and business, possession, secured and assured tenancies.


Career and associations

Bar Professional Training Course: 2016-2017

Denning and Hardwicke Scholar, Lincoln’s Inn: 2016-2017

Research Assistant with emphasis on Land Registration and Wills, Property Family and Trust Team, Law Commission: 2015-2016

BA (Hons) Law (First Class), University of Cambridge: 2012-2015


  • Awarded Willoughby Prize for Private Law, Foundation Scholarship and Pembroke College Prize by Pembroke College
  • Awarded Squire Scholarship by Faculty of Law


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