Richard has expertise across the range of Chambers’ work. He practises private and public law and was appointed to the Attorney General’s C panel in 2018. He is instructed by Claimants and Defendants to appear in applications, CCMCs and trials in the County Court, at fast track and multi track level. He has also appeared in the First-tier and Upper Tribunal (Asylum & Immigration Chamber), inquests and judicial review proceedings in the High Court and Court of Appeal. Richard is equally comfortable advising, conducting conferences and drafting in these areas. He prides himself on being approachable, providing pragmatic advice and advocacy skills developed through a busy court practice.


Lincoln’s Inn Lord Denning Scholar (2011)
Lincoln’s Inn Lord Haldane Scholar (2010)
Lincoln’s Inn Hardwicke Entrance Award (2010)


BSc (Hons) in Biology (First Class), University of Bristol (2010)
Graduate Diploma in Law, City University (2011)
Bar Professional Training Course, BPP Law School (London) (2012)

Professional Memberships

Administrative Law Bar Association
Bar Pro Bono Unit
Free Representation Unit
Personal Injury Bar Association

Attorney General Panel

Appointed to C panel


Solider A v Ministry of Defence

Richard Boyle, instructed by Clare Dalby of Wace Morgan Solicitors, settled a soldier’s claim for a significant sum at a joint settlement meeting.

TGC Fraud Update February 2016

3rd February 2016

Facing up to the challenge of fraud rings.
Please see link below for the second edition of TGC Fraud Update, a publication which was set up with the stated aim of facilitating the sharing of information about decided claims involving issues of road traffic fraud and related matters. Thank you also for all of the kind words and helpful feedback received about the inaugural edition.


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Richard Boyle appointed to Crown “C” Panel

1st February 2018

TGC offers congratulations to Richard Boyle on his appointment as Junior Counsel to the Crown “C” Panel by the Attorney General with effect from 1 March 2018.

TGC Costs Newsletter

4th July 2017

Welcome to the very first edition of TGC’s Costs Newsletter! Costs has been a huge part of our practice at TGC for as long as it has been recognised as a discrete area of law. Whilst the team has naturally changed and evolved over that time, it has retained phenomenal strength and depth from its leadership right through to its most junior members. We pride ourselves on being leaders in the field and being able to offer a client service level second to none. We remain extremely grateful for our Directory recognition, and through 2017 we’ve reinvigorated our energy levels as a team being ever ready to serve!

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