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"Jane Peckham made a very strong case on my behalf and helped me gain all the orders I had requested from the court."

JANE PECKHAM
DIVORCE & FINANCE

"The service provided was beyond outstanding... from the first moment I spoke to you I felt a sense of ease and confidence."

PEGAH SHARGHY
DIVORCE & FINANCE

"From the very beginning and contacting her clerks through until receiving the outcome of the case Eleanor worked harder than I would have ever expected."

ELEANOR BATTIE
FAMILY & CHILDREN

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What is Public Access?

In July 2004 the Public Access Scheme came into force, which allowed members of the public as well as organisations to instruct a Barrister directly on most legal matters. In the past, it would have been necessary to instruct a Solicitor who would then appoint a Barrister on your behalf. The question you can now ask yourself is “Should I contact a Solicitor or Barrister?”

This allows you to benefit from the savings in time and costs that can come from going direct rather than through an intermediary. Now anyone – individuals, companies, firms etc can instruct a Barrister directly.

 

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(from the Bar Council, which introduced the Direct Access Scheme).