General Terms and Conditions of Business
From 1st February 2013 the Bar’s Code of Conduct requires that barristers accept instructions from Instructing professionals either at the Bar’s prescribed terms or on terms published by the barrister.
Members of Chambers generally accept instructions from Solicitors and other Professionals on the basis of our General Terms and Conditions of Business (which are those agreed between the Commercial Bar Association and the City of London Law Society) a copy of which can be downloaded here, (as required by the Bar’s Code of Conduct Appendices F1 and T).
One member of Chambers Anne Redston has adopted her own general terms and conditions of business: click here to see these.
Those members of Chambers who accept instructions directly from members of the public do so, in accordance with the Bar’s Code of Conduct, on their General Terms and Conditions of Business, copies of which can be obtained from the Clerks upon request.
PLEASE NOTE: The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 require us to undertake customer due diligence before commencing a business relationship in respect of the Lay Client. Even where we are able to rely our professional clients do this, we are required to obtain and keep the relevant documents and information. The clerks will direct you as to which information we require on receipt of Instructions.