Geraint Jones Q.C. at the wicket with the Australian captain Ricky Ponting and the Leicestershire County Council Cricket Club captain Hilton D Ackerman prior to the tour match at Grace road which was sponsored by Chambers. Australia won by 95 runs.
Chambers is always fully committed to catering to the client's needs and, where necessary, members will happily co-operate in making alternative conference arrangements to suit the requirements of disabled clients, or clients whose mobility is restricted whether due to age or infirmity, where it would be difficult or inconvenient for them to come to Chambers itself. In such cases if the instructing solicitor notifies the Chambers Administrator no less than 24 hours before the conference of the need for it to take place elsewhere than at Chambers then Counsel will travel to the client.
(If booking Counsel through the enquiry form on the Contact page please indicate if alternative conference arrangements are required under "additional information".)
Our barristers chambers in Leicester's New Walk, just off King Street, offer conferencing facilities, a first class library, full computerisation, thirty-three barristers and a dedicated clerking team headed by our Practice Manager.
The client's professional requirements are catered for by an individual service, based in the traditional barrister practices, but allied to a modern approach. Our barristers can work as an individual lawyer through the Direct Access scheme or they can work in conjunction with a solicitor. The Public Access / Direct Access scheme can work for many people who feel that they can do some of the background administrative work while leaving the barrister to do the legal work. This can prove to be a cheaper option for many private clients. Chambers is a successful set of lawyers with individual Barristers specialising in the following areas among others:
Judicial appointments et al
Several Barristers and former members of Chambers hold judicial, or quasi-judicial, appointments such as Recorder, District Judge (Crime and Civil), Immigration adjudicators and Deputy and Assistant Coroner both in the UK and in the Caribbean.
Chambers enjoys the advantage of having a number of Barristers who speak foreign languages, including French, Gujarati, Urdu and Tamil.
Our Barristers regularly cover work for solicitors or under direct access at the following centres:
covering Courts in:
Leicester, Nottingham, Coventry, Northampton, Peterborough, Birmingham, Derby, Newark, Warwick, Oxford, Nuneaton, Wolverhampton, Bedford, Milton Keynes, Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Stafford, Grimsby, Hull, Lincoln, Cambridge, Solihull, Worksop, Boston, Skegness, Bradford, Luton, Grantham, Kettering, Burton-Upon-Trent, Mansfield, Chesterfield, Bradford, Stoke-on-Trent, Rugby, Walsall, Shrewsbury, Telford, Leamington Spa, Melton Mowbray, Dudley, Doncaster, Stamford, London, Corby, Scunthorpe and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Taking effect from 31st January 2013, members of New Walk Chambers will offer their services and will accept instructions on the new Standard Conditions of Contract for the Supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2012, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
Please do not send original documents to Chambers. If originals are required at Court or for some other meeting then please either ask your firm's representative or the client to bring them when they attend.
Chambers cannot accept responsibility for any originals that are lost whilst being conveyed to, or by, Chambers or whilst in our care.
New Walk Barristers Chambers is committed to continued expansion using advanced technology to provide a better service to all of our clients both in Leicester and the other Court centres that we cover. Several of the Barristers are now capable of dealing with work through Public Access / Direct Access. There has been a very large growth in Public Access which is also known as Direct Access work for Barristers as many clients find that instructing a Barrister direct can be a faster and cheaper route for them.