Farringdon Chambers are a successful and approachable barristers' chambers which is committed to working in partnership with its clients and delivering the highest standard of advocacy.

Founded in 2001 and located in Bermondsey Street, near to many of the major criminal courts and set in a thriving commercial and creative area, Farringdon Chambers continues to grow and to develop its core areas of practice in all areas of Serious Crime and related Confiscation work.

Farringdon has developed significant experience and skill in its core areas of criminal practice, especially money laundering, fraud and white collar crime, asset recovery and confiscation proceedings. Our members, including one QC, have particular experience in major criminal investigations and are well versed in heavy fraud, drugs and serious criminal cases. We are supported by an experienced team of clerks who are able to assist 24 hours a day with any aspect of clerking.

Farringdon has the pleasure of being led by a very experienced senior clerk. Robert (Bob) Archer, formerly of Garden Court, took over the position of Senior Clerk six years ago and has since seen Farringdon Chambers grow and develop its team of members and clerks. He brings with him a wealth of experience developed over many years of clerking at the highest level. He is supported by Tom Robinson, who has substantial experience in clerking and who forms part of a formidable team of clerking talent.

In addition to our core criminal work, Farringdon has teams of practitioners who are able to assist with the following areas of law:-

  • Employment
  • Mental Health
  • Prison Law
  • Judicial Review
  • Contract/Commercial disputes
  • Housing.

Call our dedicated clerking team anytime on 0207 089 5700 or 07506 116194 (Bob Archer) or 07961 155901 (Tom Robinson).

Many of our members are now able to accept Direct Public Access instructions although not through paid intermediaries.

For further information about direct instructions please contact the clerks, specifically Bob Archer or Tom Robinson. They will be able to discuss the facts of your case with you and explain what fees may be charged and when. Please note this scheme is not available for legal aid cases.