What is the difference between members and associate members?

Most of our barristers are ‘members’ of Chambers. Members pay a levy to practise out of Chambers with a central staff team who provide administrative, IT and marketing support and manage their diaries.

A door tenant is also a barrister but one who is also affiliated to, and practises out of, another chambers. A professional associate is usually either a qualified lawyer (a barrister called to the Bar, or other legal adviser, advocate or consultant, but qualified in a non-UK jurisdiction). They may also be a legal academic.

Both our door tenants and professional associates are associate members of Outer Temple Chambers.

20 Jul, 2021


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