We adopt a transparent and commercial approach to fees. Our clerks would be happy to discuss the the most suitable pricing models for your case.
Our most commonly used pricing models are hourly rates and fixed fees.For trials, our most commonly used pricing models are brief fees (which may be staged depending on the size of the trial) together with daily refreshers for the duration of the trial.
The most appropriate pricing model will vary depending on factors such as the type of case, the nature of the work required, the amount of work required, and the urgency of the work.
Our Services and Expertise
The services our barristers can provide include:
The expertise of each of our barristers and the services that they can offer are set out on their individual profile pages.
Many of our barristers are qualified to accept instructions directly from members of the public under the Public Access Scheme.
You can find the Public Access Guidance for Lay Clients on the BSB’s website.
Barristers in chambers are regulated by the Bar Standards Board.
You can search the Barristers’ Register on the Bar Standard Board’s website.
The BSB’s Barristers’ Register shows (1) who has a current practising certificate, and (2) whether a barrister has any disciplinary findings, which are published on the Barristers’ Register in accordance with their policy.
Under the Bar Standard’s Board Handbook and the Code of Conduct contained therein, Chambers is required to invite members of its workforce (staff, barristers, pupils and any assessed mini-pupils) to complete a diversity monitoring form every three years.
Chambers is then required to publish an anonymised summary of the diversity data provided. “Diversity data” means information relating to the following characteristics in respect of an individual:
The provision of diversity data is optional, and such data is not collected or published without the respondents’ consent. All published data is anonymised. In addition, where there is a real risk that individuals could be identified from anonymised data in respect of any characteristic, no data is published unless all affected individuals consent.
The most recent set of diversity data was collected to 25 January 2021, and the summary was published here on 23 February 2021.
You can find our Complaints Procedure here. It provides information about:
You can also search the decision date on the LeO’s website. The decision data on LeO’s website shows providers which received an ombudsman’s decision in the previous 12 months. In each case, the data shows whether LeO required the provider to give the consumer a remedy.