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"Highly professional but with a warmth, empathy and great understanding... Nothing was too much trouble"

Jane Peckham
Divorce & Finance

"He made the process as painless as possible and the judge’s job easy. I am very happy with the outcome."

CHRISTOPHER RICE
DIVORCE & FINANCE

"Kirsten made the process at court far less stressful. I felt clear about my options and the process throughout and never felt pushed to make decisions without due consideration."

KIRSTEN JAPP

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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.

Find out more on the Bar Standards Board website here and further information on instructing a barrister from the Bar Council, which introduced the Direct Access Scheme.