Kings Chambers recognises that pro bono work is critical to the provision of access to justice and meeting the legal needs of individuals and community groups who cannot afford to pay for advice and representation where public funding is not available. Kings Chambers has a proud history of offering pro bono services to those who require it.
In collaboration with Advocate, the pro bono charity of the Bar, our in-house Champions Ruth Stockley (Planning Barrister) and Mark Ronson (Senior Clerk) help to promote pro bono matters across chambers. Barristers of Kings Chambers who volunteer with Advocate have assisted in cases ranging from employment, complex probate, contracts, specialist medical treatment and Court of Protection matters.
Members of the Planning team work with the Environmental Law Foundation to provide pro bono services on a wide range of planning & environmental matters.
Members of the Business & Property team work with the Chancery Bar Litigant in Person Support Scheme (CLIPS) This scheme is run by the Chancery Bar Association in collaboration with the Bar Pro Bono Unit and the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau.
Many of our members are involved in other pro bono activities such as with IPSEA, an Independent Provider of Special Education Advice offering free and independent legally based information advice & support to help get the right education for children & young people with various kinds of special educational needs.
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