We welcome instructions from solicitors, corporate clients, government departments and individuals.
We undertake advisory work both in England and Wales and internationally.
Chambers undertakes work for foreign lawyers, and individuals who are able to directly instruct barrister under Bar Standards Board’s rules.
The majority of our barristers are qualified to direct instruction directly from members of the public. For further information please see our section on “public access”.
Many of our barristers act in jurisdictions outside of England and Wales, both providing advice and advocacy. This is becoming increasingly common in areas such as financial crime, asset forfeiture and international criminal law. For further information please see our sections on the particular practice area that is of interest to you.
Please contact our clerks to discuss how we are able to help you.