Disclaimer and Privacy & Cookie Policy


This website is produced by members of Minerva Chambers. Minerva Chambers is a set of barristers’ chambers. It has no collective or distinct legal identity of any kind. All barristers practising from these chambers are self-employed individuals who provide their professional services as sole practitioners in their own name. By agreement of the members of  Minerva Chambers, this website has been prepared for information purposes only.

This disclaimer governs your use of this website. By using this website you accept this disclaimer in full. If you disagree with any part of this disclaimer, you should not use this website.

The information and any commentary on the law contained on this website is provided free of charge for information purposes only. Whilst reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the contents of this website are accurate and up-to-date, no responsibility for the accuracy and correctness of such contents, or for any consequences of anyone relying upon any of it, is assumed by any member of Minerva Chambers. The information and commentary does not, and is not intended to, amount to legal advice to any person on a specific case or matter or in any other sense. The members of Minerva Chambers accept no liability for the website, the related twitter page or for any third party contents which can be accessed through this website. If you have a legal dispute or matter upon which you seek advice, you are strongly advised to obtain advice from a professional lawyer about your case or matter. For further information see the Bar Council website.

Our Policy on Cookies

In common with most websites, Minerva Chambers uses cookies to capture certain information about our site’s use:

We use Google Analytics to monitor the number of visits to our site and the pages that are viewed. Google Analytics uses cookies to collect information in an anonymous form. For more details, go to www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html

Our policy is to use cookies only to improve the way we do business with you or when they’re essential to the way our website works. 

We seek to maintain compliance with the ICO regulations in force from 26th May 2012. It is widely accepted that the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC’s) clear and concise guidance on cookie regulations, (Download PDF), though not constituting legal advice, provides the best guidance in lieu of any official documentation from ICO which is not yet available. We do not use any category four cookies, and would always ask for permission if we did. We do not use cookies to store any personal data or other data that could be used to identify you as an individual.

If you have further concerns or questions over our cookie usage, then we welcome and encourage you to get in touch.

How to turn off cookies

You can turn off cookies in your browser settings. If you do turn them off, it is important to remember that you may not be able to use all of the services on our website.

For general information about cookies and how to disable them, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.