We are Four Brick Court chambers, a leading set of family law barristers based in Temple, London.
We have 37 members practicing in all areas of family law with particular emphasis on public law (care proceedings) and private law (child arrangements).
In care proceedings we represent local authorities, parents, children’s guardians and other family members at all levels of court. Members of chambers have appeared in important landmark decisions in this field such as the House of Lords decision in Re B (Children)  UKHL 35 concerning the standard of proof.
At the core of chambers is a clear team work ethic which allows members at all levels of call to tackle even the most difficult of cases knowing they have the unwavering support and collective experience of all members.
Comments and Complaints
At Four Brick Court we strive to provide you with outstanding service and representation. Unfortunately there may be clients who are dissatisfied with the service they have received. Your right to make a complaint and be fully advised as to your right to make that complaint when you have instructed a barrister are set out by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and by the Bar Standards Board, the regulation authority for barristers. Complaints should first be made to the Managing Clerk and you can read our complaints procedure here.
Our complaints policy sets out the information that you will need to provide and how to contact us. Our document also sets out what you can expect by way of a response and how your complaint will be investigated.
If you are unhappy with the outcome of the investigation you may take up your complaint with the Legal Ombudsman, the independent complaints body for complaints about lawyers, at the conclusion of our consideration of your complaint. The Legal Ombudsman is not able to consider your complaint until it has first been investigated by Four Brick Court. Please note that the Legal Ombudsman has a twelve-month time limit from the date of the act or omission about which you are complaining within which to consider your complaint.
You can contact the Ombudsman at: