New Barristers

Having worked with so many new Barristers, we are aware of the competing pressures faced by the newly qualified Barrister as they start upon their career at the Bar. Addressing the issues created by being self-employed is where we can help by enabling you to concentrate on getting your practice off to a good start.

We believe it is important to start off on the right foot; knowing from the out-set what needs to be done, when it needs to be done and how to do it. This is why we try to meet with new Barristers towards the end of the first six or the beginning of the second six.

As a firm we also understand that the first years in practice are financially challenging so we have a discounted fixed fee structure for Barristers in the early years of practice – this will help you keep your costs down and provide you with peace of mind knowing how much your accountancy fees will be and when you will need to pay them.

If you would like to discuss how we can help you through your early years please contact Jonathan Lawrence, Rob Bridger, John Constantine