• If the barrister is acting for
you and you are not satisfied with their service you
should contact the Legal
• If the barrister is not acting
for you and you want tocomplain about their
behaviour, sometimes referred to as professional misconduct, you
should contact us.
Examples of professional misconduct include:
In order to make your complaint you will need to download and
Complaints Form, which you will find in the
'Resources' box on this page. The form has guidance
attached to help you complete the form.
We would also strongly encourage you to complete and return the
Equality Questionnaire at the same time as you
send your complaint form, so that we can see how our policies and
services affect people from different backgrounds.
Before making a complaint you may find it
useful to read our Frequently Asked
Questions (which will provide you with
information about expected time frames for dealing with your
complaint) and our leaflet on
How to make a complaint about a barrister.
Please also contact our Complaints Information
Line on 020 7611
1445, if you have access requirements, unanswered
questions, or would like advice on the complaints
process, and we will be happy to help you.