Barristers are now allowed to provide their services directly to the public, in appropriate cases.
This means that in some instances a solicitor does not need to be instructed, before you may see a barrister, and thus substantial savings may be made in conducting a legal case this way.
Please speak to the clerks for further details on how DPA could work for you and which members can be instructed.
Direct Public Access (DPA) Clients Public Funding
Chambers have 28 barristers who are able to undertake work via Direct Public Access in the Areas of Immigration, Family, Civil and Crime.
To instruct a barrister you will need to contact us by telephone or email and we will arrange for you to come and see someone in conference with our prices starting at £250 for 1 hour depending on who you choose. In the conference the barrister will look at your papers and take you through the next steps of your case or advise you generally.