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The set: A multi-disciplinary set with an established national reputation.

The set gives every single case the care and attention it deserves.

You will receive more than just advice and representation from it; you will secure consistently excellent oral and written advocacy, delivered with the highest levels of service and integrity.

Quality advocacy starts with thorough preparation. The set√ʬĬôs attention to detail produces the level of understanding that promotes sound judgements and advice of the highest calibre. This gives the added value that will improve the prospects of achieving the best possible outcome for you and your clients.

Communication is at the heart of the service you will receive. You will find Ropewalk Chambers√ʬĬô barristers and clerks to be approachable and responsive. The set√ʬĬôs assistance is accessible when you need it; it is always available to discuss your case outside of formal instruction.

Integrity is about more than just honesty. For Ropewalk, integrity also means giving the unwavering direction necessary to give your case stability and cohesion. To do that, the set√ʬĬôs barristers make decisions, take responsibility for them and then stand by those decisions.

This is what you should expect of Ropewalk Chambers for every single case.

Types of work undertaken:

Abuse

Animals and Equine

Catastrophic Injury

Clinical Negligence

Commercial Dispute Resolution

Counter Fraud

Costs and Litigation Funding

Credit Hire

Criminal Regulatory

Data Protection and Information

Disease

Employment

Group Actions

Housing

Insolvency

Inquests

Insurance

Motor

Personal Injury

Planning and Environmental

Professional Discipline and Regulation

Property and Real Estate

Professional Negligence

Public Sector and Not for Profit

Sports

Wills, Probate and Inheritance

 

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