New Year – New Pathways?

New Year – New Pathways?

Are you looking to take your practice to the next level?

Spire Barristers are delighted that Brett Davies (Call 2008) has chosen to join our Family and Public Law Teams. Brett was formerly the Head of the Adult Social Care Team at Wakefield Council and is hugely experienced in dealing with complex matters before both the Family Court and the Court of Protection.

To further strengthen our teams, we are now recruiting ambitious and motivated Barristers to join us at our progressive Family and Public Law Chambers. We have a need for those in all areas of work, but would particularly like to hear from practitioners with a keen interest in Private Client work (Financial Remedy and Private Children and CoP Property and Finance), as well as in Public Law Children work. Our Members regularly draw both local and national plaudits for their expertise, client care and social conscience.

Spire Barristers provide an unmatched, all-inclusive clerking, administrative and financial offer with no requirement for capital investment, no hidden charges and no standing charge. We actively support flexible working and have policies in place to ensure that you are supported at every stage of your life at the Bar. Our fair and transparent approach helps the retention of practitioners and promotes social mobility and those otherwise underrepresented at the Bar.

To discover more of what you can expect as a member of chambers, download our newly launched Membership Pledge brochure:

Download our Membership Pledge 2021-2022

Entering our 5th year as a specialist set, we continue our growth path in line with our strategic plan. Our controlled approach to expansion ensures that each and every one of our Members consistently receives the same career and work opportunities, and the same unrivalled level of all-encompassing professional support and career development provision that is vital for practitioners to thrive.

If you wish to apply or just want to know more, please contact our Senior Clerk, Leigh Royall: