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Absolute Barrister Ltd.

Status: Expired

A revolutionary new service that supplies legal services using barristers instead of solicitors. For individuals we find, instruct and support the case throughout. In a fully contested divorce case for example, including representation at court, we can save two thirds compared to instruction through a solicitor. For companies, we manage the supply of legal services using barristers. In a recent company case our cost estimate was two thirds of that of our opponents: and we were using silk.

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  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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