For In-house Counsel
Members of Chambers are frequently instructed directly by in-house counsel, particularly in matters relating to banking and financial services, consumer credit, mortgages and charities.
For In-house counsel, instructing a barrister directly can be a highly efficient and economical way of dealing with a legal issue.
We appreciate that in-house lawyers will want the counsel they instruct to:
- have a good understanding of the organisation concerned;
- offer solutions which take account of the priorities of the business and the commercial environment in which the business operates;
- work constructively and supportively to meet the expectations and requirements of management;
- be able to explain their advice in a way which is accessible to non-lawyers;
- work within timescales which meet the needs of the client;
- be accessible, and readily contactable by telephone, email or otherwise as required.
For More Information
Please contact a member of our clerking team.