We offer expert legal advice and representation with barristers who specialise in Chancery and Commercial law.
Chambers has extensive, collective expertise and considerable practical experience of how multiple legal disciplines often overlap when applied to the actual issues our clients face. We also offer highly skilled barristers who practice in areas that fall outside the scope of traditional Chancery law.
Our friendly, professional Clerks’ Room is the principal port of call for anyone who would like to instruct a barrister at Ten Old Square.
Our team of clerks will advise on the expertise and availability of the barristers in Chambers and discuss the most suitable fee structures for your case. They will do this in a speedy and responsive manner, keeping you fully informed throughout the process.
Our clerks offer a very high quality service combined with a down-to-earth and collaborative approach.
If you would like to discuss a specific case, arrange a meeting or receive further information about any of our barristers, areas of expertise or about the way we work in general, please contact our clerks.
Our excellent legal services extend beyond case work to the provision of remote talks, complimentary training events and programmes to support our clients’ continuing competence requirements.
Further details about this can be found on our events page or by contacting Emily Overett.
Ten Old Square is a professional, friendly and forward-looking set.
We are renowned for delivering an outstanding level of service and welcome applications from like-minded individuals.
Ten Old Square is an award-winning set of Chancery barristers’.
Chambers contains some of the finest and brightest lawyers currently practising in all the current Chancery disciplines. Our Chambers comprises of talented barristers whose expertise meets and exceeds the demands of those who approach us needing legal representation and require expert advice of the very highest calibre.
Our Cyber security protocols enable the effective implementation of protective digital privacy measures to prevent any unauthorized access to our computers, mobile devices, databases and to our website.
Our Chambers’ data security and privacy measures are aligned to effectively implement client data privacy protections.
We take the security of the data we control and process very seriously and we have the following measures in place to ensure that the data we are entrusted with is kept safe and secure.
Ten Old Square achieved “Cyber Essentials” accreditation in 2001 from the National Cyber Security Centre and, since then, we have migrated all our administrative, client and casefile data onto the industry-leading, cloud based Microsoft Azure platform with enterprise-level security and protection.
We do not maintain any hardware or servers on Chambers’ premises (or remotely) to store any Chambers’ data or client data.
Our principal IT provider, Advanced Legal, have ISO 27001 accreditation and only supply National Cyber Security Centre compliant services.
Access to email is also within the Azure environment. All Chambers’ email (i.e. mail to/from @tenoldsquare.com) is protected by Mimecast, the leading email security firm with multiple (global) security accreditations including ISO 27001.
We currently use Dropbox “case collaboration” to store and access any client data that’s provided to us by our professional clients. All Chambers’ Dropbox data is stored on servers held at Dropbox’s EU Data Centre.
Barristers can only access data held on the client-specific casefiles assigned to them by the Clerks using multi-factor authentication. The Clerks have exclusive access and control over general Chambers’ data. The Senior Clerk, Keith Plowman, is our Data Protection Manager.
The Clerks’ devices in Chambers (and remotely) are protected by the managed (Endpoint) anti-virus/anti-malware service provided by Sophos.
Every member of Chambers is offered annual UK GDPR-training and certification as well as annual Cyber Security training. An online register of all UK GDPR-certified barristers is available here.
All our staff are Cyber Security and UK GDPR-trained and tested and certified annually.
We use the Bar Council-approved Briefed training programs and the entire workforce has access to Briefed’s advisors and online UK GDPR toolkit in the event of data breaches and security threats.
Barristers are data controllers, Chambers is the data processor (and data controller for internal management purposes) and our staff are employees of the data processor.
Chambers has extensive data protection policies, plans and registries in place which are regularly reviewed, maintained and implemented.
Full details of these can be provided upon written request to the Senior Clerk or by email to email@example.com. Access to this information will be provided by the Senior Clerk at his discretion based on his assessment of need.
Any questions that you may have regarding our data security measures should be directed to our Senior Clerk.
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