Chambers UK Bar 2023 – how to rank amongst the best sets of chambers and barristers
Learn the value of a Chambers ranking for sets across the UK and how it can be beneficial to barristers and chambers.
A invaluable mark of approval for sets and chambers
The Chambers UK Bar guide and legal rankings aid key decision makers when looking to buy legal services across the United Kingdom.
Chambers research, which reviews, and ranks sets and barristers, provide the most in-depth analysis and coverage to help instructing solicitors make informed decisions when looking to instruct for their legal matters.
Distinguish yourself in the legal market with a ranking in the Chambers UK Bar guide and use the ranking to win and retain new business. Our rankings showcase the very best sets and barristers practising in the legal market and are the mark of approval for professionals.
What is the value of a Chambers UK Bar ranking?
Recognised as the world’s leading provider of legal research and analysis, in a recent independent study, Chambers held the highest NPS score in the profession and over 90% of the respondents said that a Chambers ranking helps win and originate new business.
By ranking in the Chambers UK Bar guide, your set will have access to independently verified client appraisals, as our research sees our dedicated research team speak with referees, past clients when reviewing and ranking each submission.
Successful rankings will also benefit up and coming barristers as they will be featured alongside well-established professionals.
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Download the Chambers UK Bar 2023 submissions kit
Whether this is your first time submitting or your set has been ranked for many years in the Chambers UK Bar guide, our submissions kit has been carefully curated to provide advice and tips on how to successful submit and rank in the 2023 edition of the guide.
Chambers UK Bar submissions resources
The numbers behind the Chambers UK Bar 2022 guide
The average time spent on set profile pages was 1:09 minutes, demonstrating an audience with a high interest level were connecting with those ranked.
Users who viewed a rankings table page were spending on average, 4:17 minutes onsite.
Expanded coverage of the UK Bar in the Chambers UK Bar guide 2023
We are committed to expanding our coverage and introducing new practice areas and tables where appropriate. We would welcome any suggestions from the market as to any areas that we could cover.