phone email linkedin

Specialists in family and civil law

Providing legal services for over 30 years

Leading barristers in their field

Straightforward and friendly approach

A commitment to excellence

The clerks are very helpful in every way.

I simply wanted to say how impressed I was.

An impressive Court advocate, she is really one of the best.

A highly respected advocate who is regularly instructed by all parties in complex care proceedings

Your expertise was very reassuring.

Thank you so much, you are amazing at your job. It really means a lot.

Has in-depth knowledge of employment law.

Energetically fights for her cause.

A truly exceptional, well respected, and trusted representative. A safe pair of hands

Regency Barristers has over three decades of legal excellence in the heart of East England.

With a rich heritage dating back to its establishment, our chambers has consistently delivered unparalleled legal representation, with our barristers earning a reputation for expertise, integrity, and unwavering commitment to our clients’ needs. Our accomplished team of barristers combines deep-rooted experience with a modern approach, ensuring the finest legal advocacy across a spectrum of practice areas.

We take pride in upholding our tradition of excellence while embracing innovative strategies to meet the evolving challenges of today’s legal world.

Whatever your legal requirements, Regency Barristers can deliver.

Areas of Law We Cover

See All

What our clients say

The clerks are very accommodating and do their very best to assist no matter how late in the day our requests for help are,

She has a very pleasant demeanour and is clearly knowledgeable and is a very competent advocate

Just a quick note to say thank you for your efforts at the final hearing in the employment matter. Your expertise was very reassuring.

I am very grateful for all your time and hard work on this case. The client was very pleased with the outcome today and very complimentary of your representation.

Thank you so much, you are amazing at your job. It really means a lot.

He has an excellent manner with clients, he is attentive and sympathetic and able to put even the most anxious client at ease while also communicating clear and purposeful advice.

Not sure about your rights or legal terms? These FAQs may have the answer.

Can anyone instruct a Barrister on direct access basis?

When you need a barrister to do work for you, there are two ways that you can instruct them: If you have a solicitor who is also working on your legal problem, they will instruct a barrister for you. If you do not have a solicitor working for you, you can go directly to a barrister yourself if they are a “Public Access” barrister. “Public Access” is the term used to describe members of the public going directly to a barrister, rather than through a solicitor. Not all barristers are allowed to deal with members of the public directly as they have to complete special training first.

How much does it cost and how can I pay?

How much a barrister will cost will depend on a number of issues including their year of call (how experienced they are), what type of case/hearing you want to instruct them on and how complex the matter is. Our clerks will liaise with you and the barrister and will inform you of their fee/s for work you wish to instruct them on. We can accept payment either by BACS or we also accept payment by Credit or Debit card. You can find more information on our Fees page here.

Do I have to pay up front for everything?

Yes. All fees must be paid before the barrister will commence work.

Can I instruct a barrister if I have Legal Aid funding?

No. Barristers are not able to accept instructions on Legal Aid via the Public Access scheme.

Can I choose which barrister I instruct?

You can request any direct access barrister when first contacting us. Dependant on them being available on the date/dates required and agreeing to accept your instructions then we can add your case to their diary. If your chosen barrister is not available then we will offer you alternative barristers.

Can a barrister respond to letters on my behalf?

If you are using a Public Access barrister you may need to do some things yourself, including conducting litigation. “Conducting litigation” includes filing documents at court and serving documents on others. "Serving documents" on another person means a formal handing over of those documents to them.

Latest News


Regency welcomes our newest pupil, Jennifer Stopher

1 minute26 Mar 2024

Regency Barristers

Read more

Alex Nixon-Moss joins Regency Chambers

1 minute06 Mar 2024

Regency Barristers

Read more

Legal News

High Court throws out £110m claim against law firms

1 min10 April 2024, 11:07 pm

Regency Barristers

Read more

Legal News

Lawyers join forces with newspaper editors to urge SLAPPs bill changes

1 min10 April 2024, 11:05 pm

Regency Barristers

Read more

Legal News

SRA moves language checks to point of admission

1 min10 April 2024, 11:03 pm

Regency Barristers

Read more

Legal News

Bar Council clashes with BSB over scrapping degree requirement

1 min10 April 2024, 11:01 pm

Regency Barristers

Read more

Legal News

Material and upfront information: What is the opportunity for conveyancers and what does it mean for property buyers and sellers?

1 min10 April 2024, 10:49 am

Regency Barristers

Read more
message-icon Ask a Question website uptime string