Founded in 1977, Chancery Chambers is one of the more diversified law firms in the Caribbean. Based in Barbados, it provides a full complement of legal services to national and international clients. Its' pillars of practice are international business law, environmental law, real estate law and the law relating to charities domestically and internationally. Although independently focused on their particular areas of expertise, the firm's professionals work collectively in cross-disciplinary practice groups to access information and advice to the advantage of clients and the development of the firm's expertise. The firm's stature is enhanced by its substantial public and private sector experience at the national and international level, and its own very strong charitable focus.
The firm has developed substantial experience internationally and its' Chairman serves as a Panel Member for the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes of the World Bank. It has provided legislative support and drafting to jurisdictions in the Caribbean and Indian subcontinent and has also been engaged as a member of Joint Ventures Model Contracts Committee of the International Trade Centre of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. The firm's client base includes large companies, banks, insurance companies, public and supranational institutions conducting cross-border business, as well as some national governments. Its' founder sits on the Legal Affairs Committee of the International Council of Museums in Paris, France.