Terms of Use of this Website

 

  1. This website (barristers.london) is ‘as is’ and relates to the law of England and Wales. While we strive to keep the contents up to date, it may not be up to date or accurate, in the relevant jurisidication to you.
  2. If you use the contact form, please note that on occasions, for reasons outside of our control, we might not receive your enquiry. The same applies in relation to your use of our email address.
  3. This website should not be relied upon in the absence of taking formal legal advice from a regulated lawyer.
  4. We take no responsibilitity for reliance placed upon the contents of this website. Nor do we accept responsibility for any losses arising from the use of the website, or reliance put upon its contents or the contact form or email address, or for any down time of the website itself.
  5. When you contact us we will do our best to find a barrister or barristers  in the specialism(s) of your case. It is not always readily identifiable, and the barrister you speak to might be in a better position to direct you to a more suitable barrister or other lawyer or organisation.
  6. We cannot guarantee to be able to take on your case on a direct public access basis. All direct access clients will be sent a contract to sign, setting out the barristers charging structure and terms of engagement, before any work is undertaken. In most cases, fees are payable in advance of the work being undertaken.
  7. The ‘cab rank rule’ does apply to solicitors instructions, in accordance with the BSB Handbook, but solicitor’s instructions will only be accepted in accordance with our standard terms, and the BSB regulations. And, where peremitted by regulations, at our discretion.
  8. We are an equal opportunities organisation and do not discriminate on protected grounds. For a copy of our equality policies and data, please contact us.
  9. Our barristers’ legal services are subject to fees payable, as well as the availability of barristers or other lawyers, para-legals, other support staff, to undertake the work in the necessary time-frame.
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  11. All barristers who work under the umbrella of Barristers London or barristers.london are self-employed and in independent practice. Barristers London and barristers.london is a division of Trident Chambers.
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