Located at the heart of the Temple in comfortable and welcoming premises, we are a well established, modern civil and family law set, dedicated to providing a first class professional service.
Chambers has an illustrious history extending back to the 19th century, including famous barristers and trials. Two amongst the former, Lord Carson and Lord Darling, became Law Lords. In the 1950s and 1960s Megarry’s Rent Acts was edited here. Building on its eminent tradition, Chambers is a forward-thinking set which prides itself on combining excellence and high standards with pragmatism and helpfulness.
Our barristers practise in courts at all levels throughout the country representing a wide range of individuals and institutions. Our clients range from small, high street solicitors, large City firms and local authorities, to members of the public, who instruct us directly on a Public Access basis. Members of Chambers offer foreign languages and expertise in foreign law, including Islamic law
Why instruct us?
All our barristers have formidable legal skills – which they complement with being approachable and friendly. Our team’s legal strengths, diverse backgrounds and healthy gender balance combine to offer services appreciated by our many different clients.
We offer particular expertise in the interaction between civil and family law. Our ‘open door’ policy enables every member of Chambers to consult with colleagues appropriately when a case presents overlapping areas of law.
The cohesive clerking team in Chambers have a combined depth of experience which is second to none – making for an efficient, thoughtful and user-friendly service. Their lengths of service and the loyalty they inspire in our clients demonstrate the value they add to their roles.
Every client who approaches Chambers can be confident of being directed to a barrister who is ideally suited to their needs. Please contact our clerks to discuss your requirements.
Many of our barristers will accept instructions directly from members of the public, businesses and companies under the Public Access scheme.
Standard Contractual Terms
On 31 January 2013 Chambers adopted the Bar Council's Standard Contractual Terms. To view these terms please click here.
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