Erimus Chambers - Barristers
T: 0333 577 5450

Erimus Chambers

Erimus Chambers
Christchurch House
40 Upper George Street
LUTON LU1 2RS

Erimus Chambers
Tallis House
Tallis Street
LONDON EC4Y 0AB

T:0333 577 5450

Erimus Chambers - Public Access (Direct Access Barristers)

Following key changes in the law in 2004, members of the public, professionals and companies can instruct a barrister without the use of a solicitor.

Anyone can now go directly to a barrister without having to involve anyone else (e.g. a solicitor). The barrister's role remains essentially the same as when they are approached by a solicitor or another intermediary. Barristers can advise you on your legal status or rights. Barristers can draft and send documents for you and can represent you in court, tribunals or mediations. Barristers can also negotiate on your behalf and can attend employment or investigative interviews and hearings where appropriate.

There are barristers in our set who have undertaken training in Direct Access and are experts in motoring law, criminal law, family and civil law who can assist with the following:

Motoring

Speeding
Using a mobile device while driving
Failing to provide driver information (s172)
Driving without due care
Driving without insurance
Dangerous Driving
Permitting someone to drive without insurance
Drunk in charge
Traffic Light and Road Sign offences
Drink/Drug Driving
Other endorsable Road Traffic offences

Exceptional Hardship
Totting Up Bans
Special Reasons Arguments
Appeals against Sentence - CROWN
Appeals against Conviction - CROWN
Re-opening of a case under section 142

We usually can help with all motoring offences.

Crime

Magistrates Court Trials
Magistrates Court Mitigation
Crown Court Trials

Family

Child - Contact
Child - Residence
Child - Care
Child - Abduction
Domestic Violence
Finance
Divorce
Ancillary Relief

Immigration & Asylum

Business immigration: entrepreneurs & investors
Business immigration: advice for companies
Advice for EEA Nationals
Naturalisation and citizenship
Indefinite Leave to Remain
Spouse/partner/family visas
Student applications
Human rights applications
Asylum applications
Bail applications for detained persons (Chambers is situated close to Yarl’s Wood Detention Centre)
Appeals to the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal
Judicial review applications to the High Court

Legal Advice

Written Legal Advice - Family & Children Matters
Written Legal Advice - Civil Matters
Written Legal Advice - Criminal Matters

News from Chambers
 
06/07/2018
Recruiting - Junior Clerk more
29/06/2018
Recruiting – Tenancy more
08/01/2018
James Oliveira-Agnew 2008 Call joins Erimus Chambers more
03/01/2017
Paul Orton 1988 Call joins Erimus Chambers more
28/11/2016
Clare Atkin appointed District Judge more
31/10/2016
Stuart Stevens joins Erimus Chambers more
14/10/2016
Appeal at Luton Crown Court - disqualification overturned more
10/08/2016
Bail granted to applicant at Yarl's Wood Detention Centre more
22/06/2016
Possession order obtained at Croydon County Court more
25/07/2014
R v Guy Pelly - Stuart Sampson secures conviction more