We are able to accept instructions from Solicitors, other Authorised Litigators, and Registered European Lawyers.
We are also able to accept direct instructions from International Lawyers or clients from overseas to provide legal advisory services or to act for them in Arbitrations in the UK and Internationally. We can also represent clients in Courts in other jurisdictions.
It is Chambers policy to consider every case on an individual basis. Factors such as size, complexity and the nature of the case will have to be fully taken into account when agreeing fees.
It is also Chambers policy to adopt a flexible approach when agreeing Fees and Terms of Payment.
Fees and Terms of Payment will however need to be agreed in advance before any work can be undertaken.
Invoices relating to work undertaken may be sent to Clients on an interim basis periodically as each stage or piece of work is completed.
At the conclusion of each case an Invoice will be sent with all case papers. The Invoice will set out how the overall amount due at the time has been arrived at.
On receipt of formal instructions and related case papers in Chambers we aim to ensure that we diligently meet any deadline agreed with the Client at the outset.
Delivery of Service To Clients
We aim to deliver a first class service to all of our Clients. We provide advice to Clients through written Advices, in Conferences and by Telephone and Video Conferences.
Communication and Electronic Mail
Chambers has the required facilities to enable efficient and effective communication with Clients.
Fraudulent Electronic Mail Communication
In the event that you receive any suspicious emails purporting to be from Chambers particularly if such emails request either your personal details or banking details then you must ensure that you do the following: