At Guernica 37 we recognise the demand for lawyers to deliver a streamlined service at competitive rates. We are proud to be able to offer direct public access to our specialist team of experienced international counsel.
Governments, Individuals and Organisations engage us directly and we use our experience and skills to advise, prepare and conduct their international cases, thus by-passing the traditional requirement in the UK for the instruction of a solicitor in order to engage counsel. We are able to put together complete legal teams of leaders, co-counsel, legal assistants, case managers, researchers and investigators. Our long experience in this field has enabled us to build relationships with leading academics as a further resource and also to secure the services of leading political, military and police experts.
For further information, please contact Carl Buckley, Practice Director, on 07970 546 071 or e-mail here.
Our Team will be able to discuss your specific requirements and explain different fee structures that may suit your individual needs. We will aim to give a clear estimate of how much our work will cost.
Our Barristers instructed through a direct public access arrangement remain bound by their Code of Conduct to consider whether it is in the client’s best interests, or the interests of justice, to engage a solicitor.
Please note that legal aid is not available for those instructing Members of Chambers directly.
For more general information about the Direct Public Access Scheme prospective clients are invited to consider the Bar Council Guidance here.
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