About

Brick Court Chambers is one of the leading sets of barristers’ chambers in the UK. We have a very strong reputation in Commercial, EU/Competition and Public Law. In addition to providing specialist expertise in each of those areas of law, we are uniquely placed to handle cases raising issues in more than one field. We have 84 members who practise full-time, including 36 QCs. We have links in many common law jurisdictions with distinguished door tenants and academics.

Members of Chambers are independent and self-employed with a wide diversity of skills and practices, but the Brick Court ethos is above all about providing a service of the very highest quality. We pride ourselves not only on excellence in advocacy and advisory work but on being accessible, user friendly and team players. From the most junior clerk to the Heads of Chambers, on the smallest disputes as well as on the high-profile cases making the headlines and the law reports, we are here to help our clients.

Our Building

Our conference rooms in Chambers include capacity to accommodate meetings with in excess of 30 attendees. We have facilities for HD video conferencing with multi-point capability.  We also have a portable induction loop system available.

Our building has a ramp to provide access for disabled visitors. Underground car parking places may be booked via our receptionists.

Seminars

Members of Chambers frequently present seminars at clients’ premises. They are available to speak at conferences and roundtables. Please contact marketing@brickcourt.co.uk or any barrister’s clerk to find out more.  If you have a topic or a particular barrister in mind, please let us know. Alternatively, we would be happy to make recommendations.

We also hold seminars in Chambers from time to time, as well as larger conferences.

Regulatory Information

Brick Court Chambers is an unincorporated association of self-employed barristers who provide legal services as sole traders.

Details of barristers’ registration with the Bar Council of England and Wales are available from the Register of their regulator, the Bar Standards Board.

Barristers practising from Brick Court Chambers are required to hold professional indemnity cover from the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund. Many hold a higher level of insurance.

Full details, together with details of barristers’ registration for VAT, are available from our clerks.


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