Our work in the community and charitable support.
The Chancery Bar Litigants in Person Scheme (“CLIPS”).
Barristers at Tennyson are involved in their local communities and have participated in the Chancery Bar Litigants in Person Scheme (“CLIPS”) which offers pro bono legal advice and representation to litigants in person (“LIP”) who appear at the Applications Court in the Rolls Building of the High Court and the County Court at Central London unrepresented, and are unable to afford their own legal representation. CLIPS is run by members of the Chancery Bar Association in conjunction with the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau.
We accept cases from the Bar Pro Bono Unit/we are advocate to give legal assistance to LIP who are not able afford their own legal representation and need legal assistance.
Tennyson encourages support for two UK health charities namely The British Lung Foundation and The British Heart Foundation. Heart attacks and lung diseases affect many people in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. Your support to assist medical research in these areas would be greatly appreciated.
Particularly support is encouraged for Bronchiectasis which is a currently incurable disease of the lungs causing immense daily suffering for those affected, and its occurrence in the elderly population is increasing. Please go to the web sites of the British Lung Foundation and the British Heart Foundation where donations may be made. Please give your support to their efforts.
If you are a client, please email email@example.com if you have voluntarily made such a donation after using the services of barristers at Tennyson Chambers.
For more information about our members and services please contact us.
Our telephone number in Southampton United Kingdom is +44 (0) 2381 511511.
For clients wishing to have a conference in London United Kingdom then please dial the London UK appointments number of +44 (0)203 407 0047.
Alternatively, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Head of Tennyson Chambers has previously taken part in the Bar Placement Week run by the General Council of the Bar in conjunction with the Social Mobility Foundation. The week offers academically gifted students from disadvantaged backgrounds the chance to experience legal practice at the bar.
The Head of Chambers of Tennyson Chambers, Susan Brown, is an associate member of the Hampshire Incorporated Law Society.