Abha Pandya joins 1COR as a new tenant on 2nd August 2018 and brings extensive civil litigation...
It is now possible to instruct some of our barristers directly without employing the services of a solicitor.
This allows a wide range of clients to benefit from the cost savings and efficiency that can come from going direct to our experts rather than through an intermediary. There are limits on what services our barristers can provide and how we can provide them.
We will help those who are considering using one of our barrister directly to decide if this is the best route for them and understand how this way of accessing legal services works. We are committed to providing clients with a service that is swift, efficient and user- friendly.
Barrister for Me: please go to our public access service at www.barristerforme.com.
What is Public Access?
Public Access is the name given by the Bar Council to the scheme where members of the public can instruct barristers directly. Now anyone – individuals, companies, firms etc – can instruct a barrister directly.
What services do our Brighton barristers offer?
We continue to provide the specialist legal services the Bar has always offered – this includes drafting documents, giving written and oral advice as well as providing advocacy services for clients in courts, tribunals, arbitrations, mediations and any other situation where you are permitted to have someone speak on your behalf.
However, there are some things a barrister cannot do for you such as corresponding with the other side on your behalf or handling money for you. The work that barristers are not permitted to do will need to be carried out by you. If you do not feel you are able, for whatever reason, to do that work then you will need to instruct a solicitor to do that work on your behalf.
To engage with our team please let us have some information about your case. The simplest way to do this is to complete our enquiry form.
Delighted Abha Pandya joins 1COR as a new tenant - Jul 2018
Litigant in Person’s status is clarified by the Supreme Court - Mar 2018
Crown Office Row launches a Public Access service - Jun 2011