Blackstone Chambers' reputation is founded upon the quality of our specialist advocacy and advice.

Advocacy development

We have seen the benefits of a rigorous selection procedure for junior tenants, which has ensured the recruitment of talented, multi-disciplined individuals well able to provide the strength and depth of legal expertise required in today's legal market.

We place great emphasis on junior tenants acquiring as much advocacy experience as possible in their initial years of practice. We reinforce this with a heavy investment in advocacy training in-house, and provide for a planned structure for the career development of each new tenant. As well as transferring skills internally, we also provide a programme of specialists seminars to our clients.

Chambers' governance

Chambers is governed by a written constitution. Heads of Chambers are elected for a fixed five year term. The current Heads of Chambers are Monica Carss-Frisk QC and Tony Peto QC.

A Chambers Management Committee is also directly elected, with a variety of functional committees covering specific areas of Chambers' administration.


We are committed to the Equality Code for the Bar.

For more information on our diversity data please view our Diversity information