Essex Court Chambers Duxton is not a firm or a partnership. Rather, it is a Singapore Group Practice, an unincorporated association of self-employed sole practitioners who have developed personal reputations which are complemented by the solid profile and sound management of the group practice of which they have chosen to be members.
Legal services are provided to clients by the individual practitioners who remain independent entities, and not by Essex Court Chambers Duxton. Each practitioner in Essex Court Chambers Duxton is liable for his or her own debts and liabilities. See more information about a Singapore Group Practice.
Members of Essex Court Chambers Duxton are in independent practice at the Bar, and each is registered with the Legal Services Regulatory Authority and regulated by The Law Society of Singapore. Details of the members’ registration for GST are available upon request.
Professional indemnity insurance
All members of Essex Court Chambers Duxton maintain professional liability insurance in accordance with applicable regulations. Further information, if required, on the insurance position of an individual advocate can be obtained upon request.
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Essex Court Chambers Duxton welcomes feedback from solicitors and lay clients. Complaints are taken very seriously and will be dealt with in accordance with our complaints procedure . In some cases, it may also be possible to complain to The Law Society of Singapore.