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Complaint Procedure


In accordance with section 21 of the Bermuda Bar Act 1974, complaints may be made against lawyers who are admitted to the Bermuda Bar, or who are Registered Associcates by writing to the Bermuda Bar Council, the governing body of the Association. An attempt should be made to clearly set out the specific conduct to which the complaint relates. Please include all supporting documents at the time that the complaint is being made. 


Letters should be addressed to the Executive Secretary, Bermuda Bar Association, P. O. Box HM 125. Hamilton HM AX. Bermuda


Complaints may only be made in relation to matters constituting professional misconduct by the Bermuda Bar Act. The Bar Council will refer the complaint to the Professional Conduct Committee, which will, if the complaint has some merit, consider.       


Complaint Procedure Guideline

Advice for Complaints about Attorneys Fees Guideline

Understanding Your Lawyers Fees Guideline

How to Choose a Lawyer Guideline


The Supreme Court of Bermuda

113 Front Street

Hamilton HM 12


Tel: 292-1350


Judicial Complaints Protocol/Proceedure Form




The Legal Aid Department - NEW LOCATION 27 FEB 2015

20 Victoria Street

Hamilton HM 12

(directly opposite Primes' Place Restaurant)

Tel: 297-7617


Business hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. Closed for lunch from 1:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.


Applying for Legal Aid: Persons wishing to apply for Legal Aid should first visit the Legal Aid Office to collect an application. Applicants will be asked to state the nature of the matter they are applying for, and will be questioned in respect to their household income, including income details of anyone such as spouse, partner, parent or adult child who lived with the applicant over the last twelve months preceding the application.


Applicants Responsibility: Applicants have a duty to provide all relevant financial information when submitting their applications for consideration by the Legal Aid Committee. Should any applicant knowingly withold or give wrong information, that applicant commits an offence under the Legal Aid Act 1980 and upon conviction can be imprisoned for six months or fined $1, 500.00


Centre For Justice (specializing in Human Rights violations/civil liberties law & specialist legal advice for miscarriage of justice cases)

The Armoury Building, 2nd Floor

37 Reid Street

Hamilton HM 12


Tel: 542-8181

Fax: 542-8787

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The Centre

#3 Angle Street

Pembroke HM 17


Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m. Please note that this service is offered on a first come first served basis. 2015 ROSTER Free Legal Advice Clinic at the Centre .

Members of the Bermuda Bar who wish to volunteer and be added to the roster may contact Ms. Diana DeRoza at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact Tel: 292-1343




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