Instructing Us


 

We aim to make the process of instructing us straight-forward. Our helpful and friendly approach ensures that you receive the standard of service you require. We understand the need to be flexible and to work together as a team to provide practical solutions. Our Practice Managers are able to put their years’ of experience to good effect in helping you find the barrister best suited to your needs.If you would like to instruct one of our barristers, then please contact the Practice Managers.


Work in England and Wales


We accept instructions from:

  • Solicitors, other authorised litigators, employed barristers and legal advice centres in England & Wales
  • European lawyers registered with the Law Society and qualified lawyers from other jursidiction
  • Licensed professionals in the UK under the Licensed Access scheme
  • Members of the public and individuals from other jurisdictions under the Public Access scheme


Licenced Access

Under the Licensed Access scheme (formerly 'Direct Professional Access'),
barristers at New Square Chambers accept instructions from professional individuals and organisations licensed by the Bar Council. Guidance on the scheme and a list of licensees can be found on the Bar Council website.


Public Access

Our Practice Managers are trained in managing Public Access work. They will be happy to assist you. Guidance is also available from the Bar Council.


Work in other Jurisdictions

Barristers at New Square Chambers accept instructions from a wide variety of other jurisdictions. A large number of barristers in Chambers have knowledge and experience of foreign jurisdictions with links to English law, and some appear regularly in such jurisdictions.

Please contact our Practice Managers for further information and for assistance.

 

Terms & Conditions

Contractual Terms

 

The model for the arrangements between barristers and their professional clients is the Standard Contractual Terms for the Supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2012 (‘the Bar Standard Contractual Terms’). Those standard terms will apply to all instructions and briefs accepted 

 

 

 

 

 


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