Michael Beloff QC is recognised by both leading independent legal directories.
Michael was named in The Times Law 100 2012 listing the most influential lawyers in Britain.
In 2008 Lord Bingham described him (in the first Birkenhead lecture) as a "most accomplished and much sought after advocate". In 2012 Lord Justice Moses described him in the 6th Ann Ebbsworth Lecture) as ’’that pre-eminent advocate.”
In 2009 he was given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual Chambers Directory Bar Awards.
Among his many credits, he was described in Legal Business in 1994 as "the Bar's Renaissance Man", and in Chambers and Partners Directory 1996 as one of the top three stars of the Bar. He was, while from 1996 President of Trinity College, in part-time practice, but returned to full-time practice in 2006. He was named as one of the top ten barristers of the decade by Legal Business in 1999, one of the top ten currently in practice in "The Independent on Sunday" in 2001 and one of six barristers in the Time List of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers in Great Britain in 2008 and 2010. He was The Times "Lawyer of the Week" in November 1999 and won the Women's Defence League award in 1991 for his contribution to women's rights law.