Quality & PoliciesKenworthy's Chambers is committed to providing high-quality legal services to all clients. Chambers specialises in the provision of legal advice and advocacy in Administrative and Public Law, Business and Property, Civil Litigation and Costs, Court of Protection, Criminal Law, Education, Employment Law, Family and Finance, Immigration, Asylum and Nationality, Inquests, Regulatory and Professional Discipline, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence.
Kenworthy’s Chambers is committed to maintaining a high-quality standard in running every aspect of the business. Chambers staff follow the Official Bar Guidelines for practice management. Members of Kenworthy’s Chambers comply with the Bar Standards Board’s Code of Conduct for Barristers.
Kenworthy’s Chambers is committed to retaining the Legal Services Commission's Quality Mark for the Bar. Quality of service is closely monitored by the Chambers' Management Committee. Annual reviews every October, aim to continuously improve the provision of legal advice and advocacy across all the areas of law Kenworthy’s Barristers practice.
Kenworthy’s Chambers preserves the confidentiality of their client’s affairs. Barristers are data controllers under the Data Protection Act and must comply with the requirements of the Act in handling data.
Barristers are responsible for the conduct of those who undertake work on their behalf and ensure that Clerks and other Chambers staff are aware of the need to dispose of confidential material securely when it is no longer required. Papers are not left where others can read them, and all confidential files are stored in a way which minimises the risk of unauthorised access.
Procedures are in place to ensure any complaints, however seldom received, are given due attention and appropriate resolutions found. If you are dissatisfied with any aspect of service from a Member, Clerk, or Manager of Kenworthy's Chambers please follow our Complaints Procedure.