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Save time and money by instructing a Public Access Barrister to advise you and represent you at Court.

Public Access is the name given by the Bar Council to the scheme where anyone – members of the public, firms, companies – can directly instruct specially trained barristers without the use of  a solicitor in accordance with the Bar Council’s Public Access scheme.

We have Public Access clerks waiting to assist you and who will recommend which Public Access Barrister is best placed to help you..


About us

We have a large team of Public Access Barristers who are authorised to provide legal services on a direct access basis.

All the Public Access Barristers on this site are members of both 1 Crown Office Row, London and our Annexe Crown Office Row, Brighton, a highly regarded Barristers Chambers which has been based in Brighton for over 40 years.

While being highly skilled in their areas of expertise, our Public Access Barristers are also approachable, patient and caring. They are supported by excellent IT and other facilities which enable them to practice effectively over a wide area throughout the UK in addition to across Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Kent & other regions in the South East. They are used to appearing in higher courts in London.

The Public Access Guidance for Lay Clients is available on the Bar Standards Board website here. You can also review a list of authorised barristers on the Bar Council’s Barrister’s Register here.

Make an Enquiry

Upon receiving this enquiry form a Public Access clerk will contact you within 2 working days to discuss your case in further detail. Please see our 4 steps outlining the process of instructing a Public Access Barrister with Barrister For Me.