The Chambers' Ambassador (formerly known as the Ambassadors' Scheme) is being renovated to create a network of chambers representatives. These representatives will receive a minimum of three communications a year informing them of current 'hot topics' at the Bar Council. Topics previously sent to the Chambers Ambassadors include updates on flexible court operating hours pilot and the Bar Council's call for the Lord Chancellor to defend the judiciary in 2016. 

Three meetings will be held each year giving the representatives a chance to not only raise matters directly with the Bar Council, but to network and build working relationships with each other. This will create two-way relationship seeking thoughts, views and feedback from the representatives and members of their chambers with the aim of answering the big question: What does the Bar Council do for me? 

The following chambers are currently represented on the scheme: 

  • St. Mary's Chambers

  • Jason Elliot Barristers

  • 4 Paper Buildings

  • Erskine Chambers

  • The Chambers of Adrian Chaplin

  • 25 Bedford Row

  • Chambers of Ian C Thompson

  • Western Barristers Chambers

  • KCH Garden Square

  • Fountain Court Chambers

  • Cloisters Chambers

  • No. 1 High Pavement Chambers

  • The 36 Group Ltd

  • Dere Street Barristers

  • 3 Verulam Buildings

  • Wilberforce Chambers

  • 4 Stone Buildings

  • Queen Square Chambers

  • Albion Chambers

  • Clock Chambers 

If you would like to become a Chambers Ambassador please send your expression of interest to Ambassadors@BarCouncil.org.uk by 12.00pm on Wednesday 20 March.

Vivien Kintu, Bar Council Executive Office