Counsel are known as 'Barristers', 'Lawyers', 'Barristers at law' and resemble those people that walk around in TV programmes such as 'Silk'.  

Each Barrister has undertaken high level professional training and is legally qualified. Please ensure if you have a court matter that you have a fully qualified advocate who holds a current insurance certificate. 

Experts in their fields, they provide advice and representation throughout all levels of courts and tribunals throughout the UK and, also, internationally. 

Barristers are qualified to attend courts and tribunals, including employment tribunals. However, Barristers usually specialise in specific areas to ensure that they are experts in their field and deliver a high quality service.

The following areas are covered:

Advising in law 

Civil law

Commercial law

Company law

Contract law

Discrimination law

Drafting legal documents

Employment law

Insurance law

Intellectual Property

Media law


Personal Injury

Professional Negligence

Whether you need assistance to decide whether to pursue a case or defend a case, or with drafting or representation, call or email for help. 

If you wish to arrange  a conference - you can either attend Chambers' office address or arrangements can be made to attend your office or to hire an office for your convenience.

Regulated by the Bar Council and indemnity insurance in place as per regulatory requirements.

Fees are clear and precise, so you can be assured that there are no hidden costs.