Clerks Room / Admin
One of the great strengths of 9-12 Bell Yard is our experienced team of clerks. They have worked together for a number of years and are an invaluable asset to Chambers. The clerks' room is headed by Angela May as Senior Clerk. Angela has over 25 years' experience as a clerk and leads a strong team with Steve Parr as First Junior Clerk, David Selsdon as Second Junior Clerk, Marc Jennings as Senior Fees Clerk assisted by Sim Hoang, and Dean Begley, Fred Cross and Tom Horgan as Junior Clerks.
Chambers prides itself on the clerks' friendly, reliable and professional approach. The team provides invaluable guidance and advice to professional clients in their dealings with 9-12 Bell Yard and is always willing to advise on the availability and suitability of our barristers in all areas of Chambers' practice.
9-12 Bell Yard has been awarded the Legal Services Commission's 'Quality Mark' and we operate in accordance with the Bar Council 'Practice Management Standards and Guidelines' and Equality Code which are designed to guarantee the highest standards of service with appropriate attention to diversity issues. Our integrated diary and fee collection systems are fully computerised, using Meridian software.
9-12 Bell Yard Chambers is supported by an experienced and dedicated administration department led by Kate Le Queux who has many years of experience both within the legal profession and also in outside industry.
The team operates on a friendly and professional basis to ensure that the Chambers' infrastructure, supplies and facilities are fully maintained so as to support the members of Chambers and provide them with the tools needed to complete their work successfully.
The administration department operates in full accordance with the Quality Mark manual and the Code of Equality and provides a professional support service to all members and staff at 9-12 Bell Yard.
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