• Headway Bristol Ball
    St John’s Chambers raises £5,000 from charity ball
    in aid of Headway Bristol
  • One Day Money Conference
    One Day Money Conference
    16th October 2014 - M-Shed
  • Bristol Court
    "St John’s Chambers is ‘an excellent modern set’ where ‘the quality of the barristers is excellent.’ ”
    Legal 500

Welcome to St John’s Chambers


St John’s Chambers is one of the largest barristers’ sets in the South West, with over 80 members including eight silks, specialising in all major areas of law.

Representing regional and national law firms we act for and advise prominent businesses, private individuals, local and public authorities. We also provide advice and representation under the public access scheme to planning consultants, managing directors, doctors and also members of the public.

Our aim is to provide clients with an exemplary service from our barristers with an accurate and timely turnaround of work.  Through our highly capable team of clerks, St John’s Chambers offers clients an approachable and efficient service ensuring the right barrister is instructed for the relevant case.

Each individual barrister gains an in-depth understanding of the needs of clients by engaging with them at all times and adapting to regular changes in the legal services to ensure the delivery of the highest standard of advocacy.

Bristol Law Society’s Annual Award ‘Chambers of the Year’ has been awarded to St John’s Chambers  for three consecutive years.

Latest News


22nd October ‘The way we are': accessing the court after LASPO – latest article from Judi Evans
20th October St John’s One Day Money Conference hailed as a success
8th October Andrew McLaughlin successfully represents the defendant in the Court of Appeal in work-related stress case

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Events


6th November Private Law Children and Financial Remedy Update – Exeter
6th November Physical damage by falling trees and subsidence damage by tree roots – Bristol
13th November Court of Protection – Devon

Areas of Law