Chambers are a unique type of organisation, with unique challenges.

Our team understands the chambers dynamic and how that context can impact on issues that arise.

We advise chambers on policies and procedures, conduct and regulatory matters, as well as on constitutional arrangements and strategic decisions.

Barrister’s chambers FAQs

Barristers in private practice are self-employed but their chambers employ staff, such as clerks/practice managers, accounts staff and marketing specialists, and increasingly professional managers in the form of chambers directors or CEOs. Barristers themselves are also protected from unlawful discrimination under the Equality Act. We advise chambers on sensitive employment and discrimination law issues relating to their staff and members. We have a deep knowledge of barristers’ chambers’ culture and their challenges and have experience of advising chambers on everything from performance management and redundancies to dysfunctional clerks’ rooms and the mental health of members.

"Their market knowledge and experience is invaluable, they pay attention to detail and their drafting is excellent. They are also genuinely pleasant people to deal with who take great effort to understand their clients' objectives."


Chambers UK 2020

"They provide us with excellent practical advice and are clearly experienced in these matters."


Chambers UK 2020

"One of the undisputed leaders in the field."


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