1 Pump Court is committed to removing inequality and providing a first class service to all, particularly the publicly funded client and those to whom funding is not available.
Chambers undertakes work nationwide and on all levels, from Magistrates’ Courts, Crown Courts, County Courts, Inquests and Tribunals, to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme
Court, European Courts and Privy Council.
Judicial Review is an important and expanding area of work within Chambers, particularly in respect of housing, crime, immigration and social welfare (including children).
Members of Chambers chair tribunals and lecture and conduct training courses in their specialist areas. They also contribute to legal journals and other publications. Chambers works closely with Law
Centres and other agencies who are addressing unmet legal needs.
We seek to promote diversity and equality in all we do. Since its founding in 1978, 1 Pump Court has operated democratically and is run by an executive committee rather than a Head of Chambers. We
are committed to social responsibility as well as reducing the impact we make on the environment.