No 18 Barrister Chambers operates an equal opportunities and non-discrimination policy. In all our dealings with others we aim to avoid discrimination against anyone on grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, sex, pregnancy or maternity considerations, disability, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership, religion or belief, age or gender reassignment. This aim applies to all of our dealings with the variety of people with whom we interact in the course of our professional lives, including, but not restricted to the following categories of persons:

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  • Clients
  • Clerks and our other chambers' staff
  • Court staff
  • Instructing Solicitors and their staff
  • Other barristers and solicitors
  • Judges
  • Pupils
  • Recuitment
  • Students seeking work experience and/or mini-pupillages

For a copy of our equal opportunities and non-discrimination policy please do not hesitate to contact our clerks Mark Windebank (Senior Clerk) or Laura Jackson (Junior Clerk) on 02380 736 812 or e-mail us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.