Field Court Chambers is committed to providing legal services of the highest standard to all clients both lay and professional. We aim to deliver value and welcome feedback on any aspect of the services we provide and will seek out feedback from clients on a regular basis.
If any aspect of our service falls short of expectations we will endeavour to resolve the situation. You can download a copy of our complaints procedure here.
Field Court Chambers held the Barmark Quality Mark continuously from 2001 until the Bar Council ceased operating the annual quality award in 2012. All barristers commit to complying fully with the Bar Code of Conduct and all other relevant professional standards.
Staff will administer Chambers according to the Practice Management for the Bar guidelines.
Chambers is registered under the Data Protection Act.
Quality of service provided will be regularly monitored under the lead of the Management Committee who will strive to follow a policy of continual improvement in our services.
Progress in achieving this will be reviewed annually at a Chambers Meeting and regularly by the Management Committee.
In accordance with Chambers’ obligations contained within the Bar Standards Board Handbook, Field Court Chambers has collected data on diversity within chambers. For an anonymised summary of the data collected in May 2014 please click here.