BarristerS in Worcester and their role
BarristerS provide advocacy for clients. They represent individuals in court and work, and will also provide speciality advice to designated specialist or solicitors. They are given the power to have audience in any court.
Barristers in Worcester specialise in a range of areas, including:
- criminal law
- chancery law
- commercial law
Barristers in Worcester work in common law
Common law areas include family, housing and personal injury law. A barrister is usually a self-employed individual although an increasing number of barristers are employed by organisations. Typically self employed barristers find their work through chambers.