Barristers in chambers practise in criminal, civil, corporate investigations, extradition, family, food safety, health & safety, human rights, inquests, judicial review, landlord & tenant, legal professional privilege, licensing & regulatory, medical negligence, parole hearings, planning/properties, police discipline, prison law, professional regulation & conduct, social media law, tribunals & inquiries. Our barristers advise and represent clients:
The following are invited to contact the clerks on 020 7353 3102 for a quote for our barristers’ services (or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org):
We will provide you with a quote as soon as possible. We always aim to set out quotes clearly, but if you receive your quote and there is something you do not understand, please contact us.
Barristers in chambers most often charge hourly rates for private criminal and immigration work (where the client is not eligible for legal aid). Barristers in chambers most often charge fixed fees for other types of work.
Our barristers also accept instructions under conditional fee agreements (“no win, no fee” agreements) in certain circumstances. For information, please contact the clerks on 020 7353 3102 or email email@example.com
Timescales for a case may vary depending on factors such as barristers’ availability, the type and complexity of the case, the other side’s approach and court waiting times.
If you are a member of the public, the Bar Standards Board’s Public Access Guidance for Lay Clients is provided. This will help you to understand how the Public Access scheme works, and explains how you can use it to instruct barristers directly.
Barristers in chambers are regulated by the Bar Standards Board. You can search the Barristers’ Register on the Bar Standards Board’s website:
This shows (1) whether a barrister has a current practising certificate, and (2) whether a barrister has any disciplinary findings, which are published on the Bar Standards Board’s website in accordance with their policy.
Alternatively, you can contact the Bar Standards Board on 020 7611 1444 to ask about this (or e-mail ContactUs@BarStandardsBoard.org.uk).
Our complaints procedure provides information in respect of;
You can also search the decision data on LeO’s website:
This shows providers which received an ombudsman’s decision in the previous 12 months, and whether LeO required the provider to give the consumer a remedy. Alternatively, you can contact LeO on 0300 555 0333 to ask about this (or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).
You will find a link to chambers Complaints Procedure on the Home Page of our website.
At every stage in our history we have championed equal opportunities and former members include judges and an Judge Advocate General. Above all Chambers has earned a reputation for excellence, whether defending or prosecuting.