Pump Court Chambers is one of the leading common law sets at the Bar with chambers in London, Swindon and Winchester. Dedicated to providing high quality legal services across a broad range of practice areas, we pride ourselves on the service we provide to our clients. Established over 70 years ago our barristers specialise in civil, criminal, family and International law. We are also able to offer a number of accredited mediators and arbitrators within our core areas of work.

Committed to professional excellence and always working to the highest ethical standards, our clients tell us that what really sets Pump Court Chambers apart is our attitude to client service – our barristers’ unstuffy approach and 'can do' attitude, and our ability to give clear advice that makes sense in the world outside the legal world. Supported by a clerking team recognised for being flexible, proactive and friendly we’ll support you through every step of the legal process.

We are committed to equal opportunities and providing access to justice, serving the public through all forms of publicly funded work, mediation and pro bono work. A number of our barristers undertake Direct Public Access work across all of our practice areas saving the general public and other clients’ time, effort and cost. For further information please click here.

We are highly regarded by our peers for the depth of our expertise across the full range of contentious legal services. We are recognised as 'top ranked' and 'a leading set' by the leading legal directories. Testimonials include:

“An extremely user-friendly and flexible chambers', which provides a refreshingly unstuffy approach and reasonable fees.” Legal 500 2014

“Intelligent and forward thinking.” Chambers & Partners 2015

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22nd May 2015

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21st May 2015

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19th May 2015

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