Chartlands Chambers Northampton
Chartlands Chambers – proud to be the longest established Barristers’ Chambers in Northampton, serving the local and national community since 1995. Members and staff have experience and expertise at the forefront of their practice, which they combine with a friendly and helpful approach to clients.
Chartlands Chambers is a set of barristers regulated by the Bar Standards Board.
Chartlands Chambers Northampton was established in 1995 to provide a Common Law service to Solicitors and other organisations locally and further afield. Our aim is to offer a friendly, efficient, and reliable service to our clients and associates.
Chartlands Chambers offer advisory and advocacy services in a number of areas of law, including Family Law, Immigration and Asylum, Civil Litigation and Personal Injury. We offer facilities at our Chambers just five minutes walking distance from the Northampton Combined Court centre.
COURTS COVERED: include Northampton, Coventry, Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Luton, Watford, Peterborough, Leicester, Oxford.
Direct Public Access
Chartlands Chambers Northampton can now offer instruction of a barrister directly, without the need for a solicitor. We can offer help with Family and Immigration matters at competitive rates.
See link below, or via the ‘Public Access Work’ page in ‘About Us’ section.
Chartlands Chambers Articles
What does an Immigration Lawyer help with?
Immigration lawyers have a fairly unique role in comparison to other types of lawyers. These lawyers will help interpret the immigration law and help you analyse your rights, and strategies, and help you through the steps…
Three Steps of a Personal Injury Claim
It is estimated that there are over three million people that are injured in an accident each year. This can be at home, in their own car, at work or even outdoors. Most of the time, these accident are someone else’s fault. This leaves the accident victims with the right to claim for compensation. But how should you do you this? What is the process of a personal injury claim? Read on to find out.