Welcome to clerksroom

Clerksroom is a Nationwide Chambers of Barristers & Mediators providing advocacy, advice and mediation throughout England & Wales.

Our service is available 24 hours a day by telephone, email and online.

  • Fast & multi-track advocates for every court
  • No travel costs for fast-track matters
  • Experts for advocacy, advice & drafting
  • Leading national chambers
  • 6 regional offices for meetings & mediation
  • UK's most flexible mediation provider
  • Always flexible with fees & budgets

However we can help, give us a call on 0845 083 3000

we offer expertise, integrity
& value for money
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Common Public Access Questions:

Instructing a barrister at an early stage can help resolve a problem quickly and efficiently, often without going anywhere near the door of a court. But if the dispute continues, barristers have the advocacy skills to represent their client's best interests, whether in court or a tribunal, or at an arbitration or mediation. Recent rule changes, to the way in which barristers work, mean that the Bar is more accessible than ever.

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feedback

"I read your profile (Sean Middleton) before actually meeting you and was very impressed. On meeting you at the Court you put me at ease with your knowledge and humour and carefully explained how you intended to conduct the hearing and fetch my claim to a successful conclusion. Both myself and my solicitor were very impressed with the obvious thorough preparation you had done and the professional way this was carried out. I take this opportunity of thanking you for all you have done in fetching my claim to a very satisfactory result. It was a real pleasure for both my daughter and I to meet you and I am very grateful that I had you representing me. Take care and my best wishes. "
Clarissa Stopp - Lay client
"A comprehensive and helpful analysis of the relevant law. The book ("Unfair Dismissal" by Jake Dutton) will be a helpful guide to anyone interested in employment law."
Louise Chudleigh - Old Square Chambers, Part Time Employment Judge