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Chartlands Chambers, Northampton

Chartlands Chambers is the longest established set of chambers in Northampton, having been founded in 1995.

It is predominantly a Family Law set, also offering a specialist Immigration Service and undertaking general civil work.

The practice is both local and national and Chambers is looking to recruit counsel at all levels to deal with an increasing workload.

Chartlands prides itself on having an excellent reputation and is well supported by a Team of Clerks and a Business Manager.

Chartlands offers a friendly and efficient service to instructing solicitors and clients, together with a good quality of service to all tenants.

If you are interested in applying, please contact Chambers People who are instructed on a sole agency basis to assist us.

Please call one of the following Chambers People consultants for a confidential discussion:

John Charlick 07808 137902

Alan Brewer 07774 757701

Martin Poulter 07947 242325

Or email: barristers@chamberspeople.com

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