Chambers Director: Sarah Cavanagh

Founded in 1965, Oriel Chambers has now grown to over 40 Barristers, offering advice, advocacy and drafting from a portfolio of specialist teams. It is our aim to provide an approachable, efficient and cost effective service of the very highest standard. To achieve such a level of quality, Oriel Chambers adheres to the guidelines set down by the Bar Council’s Practice Management Standards.

Our commitment to Client Care is coupled with providing excellent conferencing facilities. Our refurbished premises provide a relaxed but businesslike environment guaranteed to put all our clients at ease, including those with special needs.

Our Client Care Document fully sets out our policies and fee charging system. Continuing education and training are part of Oriel Chambers’ philosophy both in relation to support staff and members of chambers. Having the benefit of CPD Accreditation, Counsel regularly deliver seminars both in-house and externally. In touch with the future, our substantial investment in the UK forex market with the very latest Information Technology ensures the most advanced computerised administration, allowing flexibility in tailoring our services to meet the specific requirements of individual clients.

Oriel Chambers incorporates one of the most experienced clerking and administration teams on the Northern Circuit. Drawing from such experience, we are confident of allocating the most suitable Barrister for the client’s needs.

The Clerks will be happy to provide further information concerning Counsel upon request. Detailed Barrister CVs can be obtained from the Clerks.
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