"The barristers prove particularly adept at handling high-value complex cases and are well supported by clerks who ‘provide a friendly and efficient service"

Terms of Business


1. Chambers will at all times abide by the Bar Code of Conduct, as per the Bar Standards Board Handbook, when dealing with clients, both lay and professional.

2. All barristers and staff will adhere at all times to Chambers’ Race, Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Policy when dealing with clients, both lay and professional, colleagues, suppliers and others.

3. All work carried out for clients will be on the basis of the written instructions received.

4. The ‘Standard Contractual Terms for the Supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2012 (updated for GDPR in 2018) and approved by the Bar Council dated 22nd May 2018 (the New Standard Terms as updated). 

5. Chambers expects all professional clients to advise them immediately of any change of circumstances or amendment to instructions already given.

6. Where a named barrister is unable to carry out the work, it will with your agreement, be reallocated to another barrister within Chambers of equal standing and experience. 


7. Paperwork will typically be turned around within 28 days unless there are circumstances which affect this such as holidays / being involved in a lengthy case. Where this is the case instructing solicitors will be informed and an alternative timescale agreed. 


8. Our Clerks are happy to discuss fee arrangements in advance of work being undertaken. This can be agreed on the basis of a fixed fee or hourly rate. Please contact:-


Steve Price (Senior Clerk) - Steve@byromstreet.com

Matt Tudor (Deputy Senior Clerk) - Matt@byromstreet.com

Kyle Scott (Chambers Fee Administrator) - Kyle@byromstreet.com



Updated November 2023. 




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