With dedicated practice teams in children law, family finance, the Court of Protection and international family law, FOURTEEN‘s barristers provide specialist representation and advice. We also have a team of experienced dispute-resolution practitioners who offer arbitrations, private FDRs and Early Neutral Evaluations for financial remedy matters and private law cases relating to children.
FOURTEEN is a dynamic and forward-thinking set of Chambers and offers an approach that is both specialist and personalised. We have occupied a prominent position in the legal marketplace for many years and are recognised for our excellence in the legal directories.
Our Barristers are self-employed, independent lawyers who have been called to the Bar of England & Wales and are regulated by the Bar Standards Board (BSB). The BSB maintains a searchable online register of all barristers who are authorised to practise, which you can access here.
Our Work and Fees: to find out more about the work we do, timescales and how we charge for this, please see the sections under Our Work. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, FOURTEEN‘s barristers conduct work instructed by professional clients under the Bar Council’s Standard Contractual Terms for the Supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2020. Please click here to download a copy of these terms.
Contact: if you want to know more about Chambers, our barristers and our work or you want to instruct one of our barristers, please see the Contact page for how to get in touch with us. Our experienced team of clerks are the first point of contact for clients and have extensive knowledge of all members of Chambers, their areas of practice and availability.
Complaints: Everyone at FOURTEEN aims to provide you with an excellent service at all times; however, if you have a complaint, please see this page on how to raise it so that we can try to put things right as quickly as possible.