Since our foundation, our aim has been to improve access to justice and to promote human rights and civil liberties through the law. Chambers is committed to supporting the most vulnerable and marginalised in society, to ensure that everyone enjoys access to justice and equality.

In line with our ethos, many of our barristers invest significant amounts of time in pro bono work, providing advice and representation to individuals, charities and community groups who cannot afford to pay and where public and alternative means of funding are not available.

The organisations and initiatives with which our barristers work pro bono include: