St John’s Chambers is committed to its clients and strives to ensure that it is responsive, effective and friendly. Our clerks are knowledgeable, efficient, courteous and adept at understanding a client’s needs.

St John’s Chambers barristers is often instructed on both sides of the same case, so we ensure that the appropriate degree of separation and confidentiality is maintained to ensure that no conflict issues arise.

Chambers will often create chinese walls in cases where we act for multiple parties. You may be asked to deal with a specific clerk in relation to a case to ensure confidentiality.

The office hours are 8.00 am to 6.00 pm with out of hours contact information detailed on our contact us page.

Conference and Meeting Room Facilities

The suite of meeting rooms at Chambers has been designed to meet the increasing demands for mediation facilities.  With each meeting room equipped with either an LCD or Plasma screen, a VCR/DVD player, with the facility for clients to access a dedicated internet hotspot.

We can accommodate up to 60 people (theatre style) in comfort in our main room, with a further seven meeting rooms of differing sizes.

Video Conferencing

Our state-of-the-art facilities enable us to arrange video conferences with expert witnesses, clients, specialists and lawyers both in the UK and internationally. worldwide.


Emma Zeb in LibraryChambers’ library is fully stocked with a full range of reference texts and statutes,providing the members with up to date and relevant text.  In addition, we subscribe to all the major leading authorities both paper and on-line to providing access to a full range of research database material covering all aspects of our practice groups.
We also continue to invest in our libraries both online and periodicals – the extensive range of UK and overseas materials is also available to our clients.

Access for Less Abled Visitors

Our offices are fully DDA compliant providing access to all regardless of physical ability. We can assist with:

  • Wheelchair access
  • Disabled parking
  • Disabled toilets
  • Clear signage
  • Spoken information in lifts


E-mail correspondence is becoming more and more normal these days. All our members can be contacted by email, as well as the Criminal Justice Secure Mail system.


Our premises have integrated wi-fi for your use when you visit us, so that you can connect to the Internet while you are here. Simply ask for the password at Reception.

Car Parking

We have limited parking spaces available at our city centre office, which can be reserved on a strictly first come first served basis (with the exception of those with disabilities, who are given priority).  Should you wish to reserve a car parking space, please contact our Client Services Coordinator in the first instance.

When you have a parking space booked, please click here for directions and access.  For any queries relating to parking, please contact on 0117 921 3456, who will be pleased to assist.

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