• "Always approachable
    and reliable"
  • "Always happy to help and
    makes himself available to assist"
  • "Provides sensible realistic advice giving consideration to the practical implications of the matter"
  • "In advising, Richard cuts to the chase and his advice...is direct yet reasoned, clear and easy to understand"
  • "He has a knack of making complicated factual scenarios seem very straightforward"
  • "Personable, responsive
    and very helpful"
  • "Tenacious in
    cross-examination"
  • "He has a calm and measured approach and his keen sense of humour come across in conference and helps to lighten situations"
  • "The witnesses appreciated the approach taken, which left them with the confidence to do a good job whilst giving evidence"

Public Access FAQ's

Answer

Public Access refers to the set of rules which allow members of the public, organisations and companies to obtain the benefit of a Barrister’s skill and expertise without having to use or pay for an intermediary, such as a solicitor. Pubic Access Barristers require specialist training.