Chambers' is very thorough in its application and adherence to fair Policies. Please use the following links for further information
- Chambers Complaints Procedure
- Code of Conduct – BSB
- Data Protection – ICO
- Indemnity Insurance – B.M.I.F
- Client Care Procedure
- Standard Contractual Terms for the supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2012
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Diversity Data Policy
- GDPR Data Protection Policy
Equality & Diversity Data
In order to monitor and improve our equality and diversity policies, we have given all our members, both barristers and staff, the opportunity to anonymously volunteer equality and diversity by completing a questionnaire a copy of which can be found here.
Data Protection legislation prevents us from publishing data in any category where it may be possible to identify the respondents from the information that they have provided. Accordingly, where the number of respondents in any one group within a particular category is ten or less, we are unable to publish any data in that category.
Unfortunately, having collated the information provided, we are unable to publish the data under any of the above-mentioned categories. However, the information we have collated will be used as we continue to work towards providing equal opportunities to all our members.
This information is current as of 31st December 2015 and will be updated by no later than 31st December 2018. We are currently in the process of collecting up to date diversity data for our members and staff and this information will be updated as soon as collated.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
As part of it’s continuing commitment to the provision of the widest possible range of legal services 7 Harrington Street Chambers has an established Alternative Dispute Resolution Group…