Chambers is a large organisation with in excess of 130 practitioners and 40 administrative staff. We are very keen to ensure that the service we offer, whether by a practising member of chambers or by a member of the administrative staff, is of the highest quality. If you should have any concerns about any administrative or other matters in Chambers, please raise them with Alastair Davidson our Senior Clerks.
Please click here to download a copy of our Complaints Procedure.
We hope that you will use our procedure to resolve any outstanding issues. However, if you are unhappy with the outcome, you have the choice of taking up your complaint with the Legal Ombudsman. There are strict time limits for making a complaint. Please see our Procedure for further details.
The Legal Ombudsman publishes details about decisions they have made. You can find them on their website here.
You can also search for a barristers who are authorised to practise on the Barristers’ Register. This is published on the Bar Standard Board’s website here.