Rights of Audience

Your rights of audience are derived from the Legal Services Act 2007, which states that you can only represent someone in court if you are authorised or exempt. Typically, an authorised individual would be a solicitor or barrister.
Advocates instructed by LPC Law are exempt by virtue of the exemption set out in paragraph 1(7) of Schedule 3 which states that you are exempt if you are instructed and supervised by a solicitor and the hearing takes place in chambers.
As an advocate working with LPC Law, you would receive instructions from and be supervised by a solicitor from our Advocacy Team and the hearings that you would be instructed to undertake would take place in chambers, so you would have a right of audience for those hearings.
For further information regarding rights of audience, please follow the link below:
Should you have any queries, or wish to discuss this with us further, please contact us.

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