Members of the public are able to instruct a barrister to act on their behalf in a legal dispute and/or to provide legal advice without the need to go through an intermediary such as a solicitor first. This is provided that the barrister has the appropriate qualification and agrees to accept the instruction on this basis.
Since its formation in 2011 Linenhall Chambers has consistently grown in size and in the areas of work it undertakes. There are now 4 Queens Counsel and 62 juniors in chambers, five of whom have either joined chambers or returned to practice in the last year. A number of members also hold part time judicial office. To find details of each of our barristers please click on their name in the list below. To find all of the barristers that specialise in a particular area of law please click on the relevant Expertise in the list on the left.