It is now possible for members of public, organisations and businesses to instruct a barrister directly. This new approach allows the preliminary work usually carried out by a solicitor to be undertaken by yourself, leading to the appointment of a barrister of your choice.
This means you get specialist representation, avoid possible duplication of time and benefit with potential cost reductions.
Getting ‘direct access’ to barristers could lead to a higher quality of service, this coupled with lower costs associated with barristers chambers could prove to be a more effective solution.
Areas of expertise
Landlord and Tenant
Louise Sapstead, Patrick Bowe, Stephen Taylor, James Howlett, Karen Kabweru-Namulemu and James Cleary.
Sonal Ahya, James Thomas, Mark Watson, Gary Short, John Hallissey, Jonathan Cox, James Varley and Stuart Lody.
Andrew Beaumont, Ben Mansfield, Neil Wylie, Giles Gunstone and Tom Russell.