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Fenners Chambers was established in 1973 and has grown steadily in size and reputation. The Legal 500 Directory now ranks Fenners as the top-rated chambers in the East of England. Many of our former barristers are now full-time circuit, district and tribunal judges. We provide expertise and advocacy across a wide range of criminal, civil and family matters.
All Members of Fenners Chambers are self-employed and independent barristers who have been called to the Bar of England and Wales and are registered with the Bar Standards Board.
We have implemented many precautions to minimise the risks of Covid-19 for visitors, barristers and staff.
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