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Initial contact concerning instructions to a barrister in these Chambers should be made via a member of our clerking team. The terms on which members of Chambers offer their services, in the absence of express agreement to the contrary, are set out in The (New) Standard Contractual Terms For The Supply Of Legal Services By Barristers To Authorised Persons 2012 – Annex T to The Code of Conduct and can be accessed by using the following link http://www.barcouncil.org.uk/media/185511/contractualterms.pdf
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- European lawyers registered with the Law Society
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Licensed conveyancers may instruct barristers in matters in which they are providing conveyancing services.
If you wish to instruct a barrister under the Public Access Scheme please see the Public Access page of our website which contains a list of those barristers in Chambers who are currently authorised to accept such instructions.
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