Castle Chambers

About Us

Members of chambers practised in the courts of North and West London during the 1990s, but as our reputation spread we developed a broader geographical practice, growing into the set of Chambers we are today: members represent clients at criminal and civil courts throughout the country as well as at all London courts.

At the core of our work in all fields is the belief that it is a privilege to be representing those who need our help, whether that is the criminally accused or the victim of a crime, the victim of a tort or contractual breach, the dispossessed, or those whose fundamental human rights have been violated. We strive to deliver justice for all our clients and believe the role of the barrister must be focused on delivering the best result available in the circumstances of any given case in the interests of that client.

Our efficient and friendly clerks will deal with any queries, including helping you to select the barrister most appropriate for your case.

Chambers premises combine the benefits of modern technology with traditional style.

Conferences can be held at Chambers in Harrow on the Hill, at solicitors' offices or elsewhere as required. Chambers is readily accessible by car or public transport.

Our principal areas of practice are listed below, but it is not possible to list all the individual specialities of each member of Chambers, so if your matter is not listed below please liaise with the clerks who will advise you if one or more of our barristers are able to help.

Chambers also undertakes work in a variety of special areas: