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Our Direct Access Clerks are waiting to assist you. They will happily recommend which Direct Access Barrister is best placed to help you.

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One of our Direct Access Clerks will review your enquiry form and be in touch as soon as possible to discuss your case in further detail.

Please see our 4 steps outlining the process of instructing a Direct Access Barrister with Barrister For Me.

1. Submit an enquiry
Fill out our form, designed to collect as much information as possible about your case.

2. Speak to a clerk
After carefully reviewing your form, a specially trained Clerk will get in touch to confirm if your case is suitable for one of our Direct Access Barristers.

3. Your Client care letter
Once our Direct Access Barrister has agreed in principle to represent you, you will be sent a ‘client care letter’.

4. Instructing a Barrister
If you want to go ahead after agreeing to your client care letter, it’s time to instruct your Direct Access Barrister.

Submit an ENquiry

Fill out our enquiry form for our specially trained clerks to carefully review and confirm if your case is suitable for Direct Access.

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