Temple Garden Chambers is a leading common law set based in London and The Hague.
With excellence from top to bottom Chambers provides a first class service in a number of different fields.
Temple Garden Chambers is a long established and market leading common law and specialist international law set with a reputation for providing first class services.
Chambers has 15 silks and 62 juniors who pride themselves on providing the highest quality advice and advocacy.
Eleven of our juniors are appointed to the Attorney General’s Panel and, together with a number of silks, undertake work on behalf of the Crown.
Our barristers are supported by a very experienced, commercially astute and approachable clerking team.
In addition to our silks who receive instruction from the Attorney General, we have a number of panel counsel.
The Standard Contractual Terms have been introduced by the Bar Standards Board through a process overseen by the Legal Services Board.
Temple Garden Chambers is committed to promoting equality and diversity within Chambers and at the Bar, with our proactive approach.
Following major refurbishments in 2010 and 2015 Temple Garden Chambers continues to modernise, update and keep relevant its facilities.
The precise date on which Chambers was founded has been lost in time but can be traced at least to the end of the Second World War.
Barristers in chambers are regulated by the Bar Standards Board and you can search the Barristers Register on the their website.
Our barristers can provide you with independent legal advice in writing, by telephone, or at a face-to-face meeting.