For decades, Francis Burt Chambers has set the highest of standards for professional excellence and leadership, while making a significant contribution to the community and championing social change.
Individually and collectively, our members actively support education and benevolent programs that create opportunity and expand access to expert legal advice and support for all.
Our members also support and encourage excellence and diversity in the legal profession, fostering new talent, advocating for industry standards and helping to shine a spotlight on outstanding achievement.
Supporting our community
Pro bono legal services
More than 140 independent barristers make up Francis Burt Chambers. Our members regularly donate their services, advising and supporting those who are socially or financially disadvantaged, and provide assistance also to a range of non-profit organisations.
Our members assist some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our society through donations, sponsorships and volunteering.
As a Student Access Partner, our barristers volunteer their time to the Law Society of Western Australia’s annual Mock Trial Competition. This annual interschool competition offers high school students a dynamic introduction to the law and helps those in Years 10 to 12 to learn valuable research skills and to develop and present a persuasive argument. Our members coach the students on court procedure, presentation and preparation of case material, before the students try their skills in a mock court.
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