We welcome instructions from:
- Corporate and government legal departments
- Qualified foreign lawyers
- Individuals and professional bodies licensed by the Bar Standards Board to give instructions direct to barristers under its Licensed Access Rules.
- Members of the public, who may instruct those members of Three Raymond Buildings who are qualified to accept instructions direct from lay clients under the Bar Standards Board’s Public Access Rules.
For solicitors and other Authorised Persons who have been authorised by the Law Society or the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), Standard Terms will apply to all new instructions received from 31 January 2013 onwards, being the General Terms produced by the Commercial Bar Association (‘combar’) and the City of London Law Society (the combar/CLLS terms). These terms will apply to commercial and non-commercial matters in which members of Chambers at Three Raymond Buildings are instructed. On receipt of each case the Agreement page will be completed to with the required details including the payment basis to be adopted for that case (see clause 9 of the General Terms).
We undertake international advisory work and may accept instructions direct from clients who carry on business or usually reside outside England and Wales.
Members of Chambers are also able to advise and represent clients in relation to proceedings taking place in common law jurisdictions outside England and Wales.
Our clerks will be pleased to assist with any enquiries.