The historic difference between what a barrister does and what a solicitor does has become less obvious over the last... Read more
A barrister may: Appear on your behalf at court. Give you legal advice. Draft legal documents for you, such... Read more
If a barrister is not authorised to conduct litigation, they should not file proceedings on your behalf with the court... Read more
Yes, but this only happens rarely. There may be an odd occasion when the barrister has to stop acting for you. In direct... Read more
Yes, you may instruct a barrister directly even though you have already instructed a solicitor. If you do so, the... Read more
Your barrister is under a strict professional duty to keep your affairs confidential. This legal professional privilege... Read more
Our charges vary, depending on the type of case and the experience of the barrister you instruct. Charges will vary... Read more
If you are eligible for public funding (also known as “Legal Aid”) and wish to take advantage of this funding, a... Read more
There are rules in place to make sure that all barristers providing legal services to clients are fully... Read more
Our advice is to dress conservatively. People appearing in Court usually wear smart clothes - such as trousers/skirt and... Read more
Court dress is worn at hearings in open court in all Senior Courts of England and Wales and in county courts. ... Read more
Our experienced team of specially-trained clerks make instructing a 3PB Direct barrister simple. Watch our video for a step-by-step guide on how to work with us to achieve a resolution to your legal issue.
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