Generally, barristers are retained for their professional litigation, advocacy and advisory services by way of instruction through a firm of solicitors in Ireland, a European Lawyer or Foreign Lawyer.
Barristers work constructively with solicitors, employed barristers and European lawyers in litigation and with all lawyers in advisory matters. Based on these instructions, a barrister can provide advice and assistance either on specific points of law or on the remedies which may be available to a client.
Solicitors in Ireland have considerable experience in identifying and instructing barristers with the appropriate expertise.
Our Find a Barrister/Mediator/Arbitrator facility provides the details of each member of the Independent Bar’s qualifications, areas of practice and specialisation, as well as their experience and work todate.
This search facility to enable identification of barristers according to specified criteria.