Companies are able to instruct barristers under the Bar's Public Access scheme without first instructing a solicitor. Public Access barristers do what barristers always do: provide specialist legal advice, draft legal documents including documents needed during litigation, and provide specialist representation and advocacy before Courts and other Tribunals. You can be advised and guided through the legal process by the barrister rather than by a solicitor and the barrister. You can also seek advice about setting up a business, drafting employment and other contracts, with the aim of avoiding or reducing disputes in the future.
Tanfield Chambers is proud of its reputation for providing excellent client service. However we recognise that there may be times when our service falls short of expectations, despite our very best efforts. We encourage ongoing communication with our clients so that any issues can be identified and resolved as early as possible. We maintain a formal complaints procedure to assist with the appropriate handling of any complaints. A copy of our complaints procedure is available here. Should you wish to bring a formal complaint to our attention, please contact the Chief Executive, Eamonn Kelly, in the first instance. A copy of our complaints procedure can be viewed by clicking here.
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