Buying patterns and the future of the Bar

We are delighted to launch “Buying patterns and the changing role of the Bar”, our new report in collaboration with The Lawyer.

In what is far from a simple time, the report has a simple premise at its heart: What is the role of the Bar in modern business disputes and is this role changing?

The study is the only one of its kind on the UK market and explores perceptions of the modern bar and barriers to innovation while shining a light on what constitutes outstanding client service in a post-coronavirus world. It is based on a survey of private practice litigators and general counsel from some of the country’s biggest companies.

Fiona Fitzgerald, Chief Executive of Radcliffe Chambers said: “We invested in this research because we believe that now, more than ever, the Bar needs to take an evidence-based, client-centric approach to innovation and the development of its services. We wanted to explore the challenges facing a broad cross-section of the market and what barristers’ chambers could do better to support their clients and create opportunities for collaboration.”

We hope that you will enjoy reading the report. You can download it here.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Fiona Fitzgerald, Chief Executive of Radcliffe Chambers, or John Clark, Joint Senior Clerk, if you would like to discuss any of the issues the report raises, or how Radcliffe Chambers can support you.