Our clerking team comprises 11 full-time clerks (including one dedicated fees clerk) and is widely rated for the modern, professional and client-focused service that it provides. The clerks’ room is staffed between 8.30am and 7.00pm, but emergency contact is always available outside that time and at weekends.
Responsible for the day-to-day running of chambers, James has been clerking since March 1995. James joined chambers in June 2001 and was swiftly promoted to Senior Clerk in March 2004. James has a comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of every member of chambers and their practice which, when coupled with his 'can do' approach, makes for a friendly, professional, and efficient service. He is widely praised for his enthusiasm and his friendly and approachable nature.
Julie has been part of our clerking team since January 2002 after crossing over from Crown Office Chambers. She has extensive clerking experience, which dates back to 1995. She has a sound knowledge of chambers, which enables her to provide a first class service to our clients.
Ben started clerking in September 2001 at 22 Old Buildings (now 42 Bedford Row) where he was well-trained. We were lucky enough to lure him away in September 2007. He plays a vital role in assisting Julie in the day-to-day running of the diary.
Jamie Joined chambers in March 2017 having previously worked at another specialist family law chambers. His day to day duties include diary management and assisting Ben with Fixtures.
Danny started in chambers in August 2015 as a junior clerk. He assists with the day to day running of the diary and his primary duties are liaising with courts and assisting Jamie and Ben with Fixtures.
George Joined chambers in in July 2017 having previously completed work experience in another chambers.
Before joining 29 Bedford Row Steve worked in the Customer Service/civil finance department of the LSC. Nothing could have given him a better grounding for his current role. He is responsible for all fee account management and his knowledge of this area is second to none.