Our objective as a Chambers is to provide a professional and efficient service and standards of service that do and will continue to meet the requirements of “Bar Mark” and the professional standards laid down in the Bar Council’s Code of Conduct and Practice Management Standards. We constantly monitor our service to ensure these standards are not only maintained but, where possible, improved.
We believe sustained quality excellence is achieved only by continuous improvement. An Executive Board of barristers and senior staff is responsible for monitoring achievement of standards and initiating improvement. Our management structure encourages a policy of open communication and involvement to generate and capitalise on useful ideas. Resources and training requirements are regularly reviewed for staff, practice groups and Chambers as a whole to ensure that all barristers and employees are able to develop their skills and fulfil their role and thus contribute to the overall success of Chambers.