Agreeing fees

Because of the wide differences in the nature, length, and complexity of the cases undertaken by barristers in Chambers, and the need to remain flexible and competitive, fees for each case are agreed separately on a case-by-case basis. This also applies to fee structures: the most commonly used pricing models are brief fees and (where applicable) refreshers for appearance at hearings and hourly rates for drafting and advisory and other paper-based work, but the fee structure agreed for any individual case will ultimately reflect what is most appropriate for that case. In appropriate circumstances, individual barristers may be prepared to undertake work on a conditional fee basis or pro bono.

Professional clients and licensed access clients may contact the clerks to discuss fees and fee structures or to obtain a quotation.