Law – barristers

Barristers offer specialist legal advice and will represent clients in court when required. Barristers are self-employed and usually work out of a chambers (a set of shared offices paid from a communal pot), but there are some opportunities to work within solicitors’ law firms, in house for large companies or organisations, or for the government.

The government organisations – the Crown Prosecution Service and the Government Legal Profession – retain the top spots, but they are joined by chambers practising across a mix of areas.

sector winner
Crown Prosecution Service

Crown Prosecution Service

1
Government Legal Profession

Government Legal Profession

Law Barristers +4

2
Blackstone Chambers

Blackstone Chambers

Law Barristers

3
No5 Chambers

No5 Chambers

Law Barristers

4
1
Doughty Street Chambers

Doughty Street Chambers

5
NEW
39 Essex Street Chambers

39 Essex Street Chambers

6
NEW
3 Paper Buildings

3 Paper Buildings

Law Barristers

7
NEW
Kings Chambers

Kings Chambers

Law Barristers

8
4
Essex Court Chambers

Essex Court Chambers

Law Barristers

9
NEW
Brick Court Chambers

Brick Court Chambers

Law Barristers

10