Our approach to pricing is open, flexible and progressive. It is our usual practice to provide fee quotations to both professional and lay clients before work is undertaken. These may be on the basis of hourly rates, fixed fees or alternative arrangements, tailored to the individual clients’ requirements. We have extensive experience working with litigation funders and insurers. Depending on the nature of the case, our barristers may be willing to accept instructions under a full or partial Conditional Fee Agreement or Damages Based Agreement. More information about our terms of work is available here.
Timescales for advice may vary depending on factors such as barristers’ availability, the availability of the client or third parties, the complexity of the case, the amount of papers needing to be reviewed, the need for additional papers or documents, the approach taken by other parties in the case, third parties intervening in the case and court waiting times. Our clerks are able to advise you on the approximate timescale when they receive your instructions, but it may be affected by factors outside of our control.
Our barristers regularly write and speak on the issues that matter to our clients, and we run a series of thought leadership events every year. Visit Events to find out more.
Ongoing feedback is an essential part of our approach to client service. Your views are important to us and shape how we develop our barristers, staff and business strategy. Visit Feedback to find out more.
Radcliffe Chambers and its barristers are regulated by the Bar Standards Board. You can access the Bar Standards Board’s register of barristers who are authorised to practise in England and Wales on its website, here.