Equality & Diversity: all recruitment to tenancy and formal pupillage in Chambers is carried out in compliance with the Bar Code of Conduct and associated official guidance. Please click here to view chambers policy



We tend to advertise if any specific vacancies arise. However, we are a busy Chambers with plenty of work and have attracted successful, unsolicited applications from many established practitioners.

Colleagues who have joined us from other chambers find us open and welcoming. Existing members of Chambers welcome the diversity of outlook and approach which newcomers bring and will happily discuss matters informally with potential recruits. Formal applications should be made by sending a curriculum vitae and covering letter to Lisa Peacock at , marked 'Recruitment'. All such discussions and applications will, of course, be dealt with in the strictest confidence. Chambers do not usually recruit starter tenants.





"The barristers are friendly, thorough and personable and are always willing to help. The clerks and admin staff are excellent and always go over and beyond to assist."


"The cohesive clerking team in Chambers have a combined depth of experience which is second to none."


"Impressive skills to handle intractable and challenging divorce and financial remedy cases."


"Chambers has a dedicated and professional clerking team. They are able to deal with any enquiry and are most helpful and reassuring" 


"They have a wide range of top quality senior and junior barristers who deal with high net worth financial work and can handle any type of children work." 


"James Doble has an innate ability to assist in choosing the right barrister for the right case. He leads his team meticulously." 


Chambers have moved premises to another historic building at Dickens House, 15 Took's Court