Terms of Business
- Chambers will at all time abide by the Bar Code of Conduct when dealing with clients, both lay and professional.
- All barristers and staff will adhere at all times to Chambers’ equality policy when dealing with clients, both lay and professional, colleagues, suppliers and others
- All work carried out for clients will be on the basis of the written instructions received.
- The ‘Standard Conditions of Contract for the Supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2012’ will apply to all instructions received after the 30th of January 2013, for new work and cases in which barristers have previously appeared, unless alternative terms of work are specifically agreed in writing (you can read more about these terms on the Bar Council’s website http://www.barcouncilethics.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/22.05.18-approved-contractual-terms-for-GDPR-pdf2.pdf)
- Chambers expects all professional clients to advise them immediately of any change of circumstances or amendment to the instructions already given.
- Where a named barrister is unable to carry out the work, it will with your agreement, be reallocated to another barrister within Chambers of equal standing and experience.