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Church Court Chambers is a London barrister chambers set in the heart of Temple which, under the stewardship of Kerim Fuad QC, has grown to become a leading set without compromising on quality or integrity. For example, in the last 12 months we have been joined by three Queen’s Counsel attracted by our management structure and friendly and supportive environment. Our client base includes FTSE100 companies, the FCA, SFO, and magic circle law firms.
Chambers currently has 7 Queen’s Counsel and 48 juniors, supported by a strong clerking team, who enjoy busy and varied practices. Collectively our members have an enviable back catalogue of high-profile and complex matters and many of our members feature in the leading directories. The common thread of our members is ambition and drive, together with excellent advocacy ability and a commitment to the highest standards of professionalism.
Church Court Chambers invites applications from equally ambitious and driven barristers, of all seniority, who share Chambers’ ethos of independence, integrity and innovation.
Through effective Chambers’ management we have one of the most competitive rent/commission packages at the Bar namely £400 rent payable monthly and 11.5% commission payable upon receipts. That structure has been the same for the past five years and offers stability and security to our members. Chambers is proudly a signatory to the Best Practice Guidelines for Third-Six Pupils and therefore our Pupils do not pay any rent or commission.
If you would like to discuss joining Chambers, please contact Daniel Bartlett our senior clerk for a confidential discussion.
Chambers is committed to equal opportunities and acts in accordance with the Bar Council’s Code of Conduct and the Equality Code for the Bar. We do not discriminate, or permit discrimination, by reference to sex, race, ethnic origin, national origin, nationality or citizenship, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, religion, political persuasion, disability or age.