Richmond Chambers featured in new report on innovation at the Bar
In recent years, the Bar has faced rapid and unprecedented change. A new report from Thomson Reuters entitled ‘Innovation at the Bar – Who is leading the way?’ looks to explore how the Bar is responding to these changes. The report includes case studies from those at the forefront of change and examines key areas of innovation at the Bar.
Richmond Chambers is featured in the report as one of the “key players transforming today’s modern Bar”.
Described as one of a number of “specialist boutique sets run by established practitioners with stellar reputations and established client followings” the report notes “the team’s relentless focus on client service” observing that “Richmond Chambers place service at the heart of their business”.
Roxanne Selby, Head of Court Strategy at Thomson Reuters, comments:
“Richmond Chambers is a perfect example of the blend of a new structure with the traditional, familiar way of working of the self-employed Bar, delivering services true to the way in which classic public access practice was designed.”
Chambers is also cited in the report for its use of technology and cloud-based solutions, as well as its commitment to “greater team working to better serve clients, both between individual barristers, and between staff and barristers.”