The No.18 Approach
Committed to clients - Serious about Service - Fair on fees
At No 18 we are committed to providing first class advocacy and advice. We are serious about providing a tailored, personal service, specific to client needs and by being fair, flexible and transparent on fees and working in pro-active partnership with our professional and lay clients.
At No 18 we are committed to meeting your highest expectations by providing
- Excellence in client care;
- Clear and robust advice and representation;
- A collaborative approach with professional and lay clients
No 18 prides itself on preparation, which is thorough and meticulous. We aim to ensure that our clients feel that their case has benefitted from our skilful, yet sympathetic approach and our commitment to providing a service with the utmost integrity.
We take a practical and commercial approach to litigation and we therefore suggest early involvement of Counsel either by way of conference or preliminary advice. Our modern and flexible approach enables us to meet our clients’ needs and provide a consistently high level of service. We are responsive to timescales and in urgent cases, we are able to provide advice at short notice.
History of No 18
Established in 1947, No 18 Barristers Chambers has been providing advocacy and representation servicing clients for over 60 years.
Our barristers regularly appear in courts across the south of England and London. Since 2010 Chambers has focused its specialisms towards Chancery, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury, Commercial, Employment, Family, Immigration and Property law.
Equality & Diversity
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:
- Clerks and our other chambers' staff
- Court staff
- Instructing Solicitors and their staff
- Other barristers and solicitors
- Students seeking work experience and/or mini-pupillages