Members of chambers as English barristers are not permitted to advise clients directly. Please contact the clerking team through the contact details give below if you wish to instruct any member of chambers. The clerks will be pleased to assist in selecting a barrister of appropriate seniority and experience, and in providing costs estimates.
Three New Square’s standard terms and conditions were revised as from 3 November 2014, primarily to reflect the changes made to the COMBAR/City of London Law Society standard terms, but also to include overseas lawyers in the definition of “solicitors” in the contract.
From that date, new instructions to members of Three New Square will be accepted on the basis of our revised standard terms, which are available here.
A copy of the contractual terms upon which instructions were accepted prior to 3 November 2014 can be found here.
Chambers prides itself in practising to the highest professional standards of the English Bar. However, problems may occasionally arise. These may be discussed informally with the clerks or the barrister concerned at any time. Chambers also has a formal complaints procedure which is available by clicking here.