Once your case has been accepted by your barrister, the clerks will tell you what documentation is required.
Usually, an initial case conference is arranged, and you will be quoted a fee for this (and, if possible, you will be given an indication of other likely fees).
If you are happy to proceed on these terms, the clerks will send you a client care letter. This letter will form the contract between you and the barrister, and contains the terms and conditions.
Once you have signed and returned the client care letter, we will be able to proceed on your case. As your case proceeds, you will receive a further letter of agreement before any subsequent work is undertaken. All correspondence between you, your barrister and the clerks will be recorded and securely stored.