There are so many different disciplines within the legal system in UK that it can be quite confusing to the novice. We have criminal law which almost speaks for itself – the law covers anything that breaks the laws as laid down by statute in parliament. Family law, again sounds pretty obvious but cover the very thorny problem of divorce, child matters, family breakdown, wardship and all matters connected with domestic arrangements needed for the safety of young folk in a broken relationship. Commercial law is another very complex subject – requiring solicitors and barrister specifically trained for the conveyance of the laws. You could say that a commercial barrister is one who specialises in legal issues in the broadets sense – business and finance, very often with an international element. There are many very high profile names in the world of commercial chambers – the nature of the business inevitably involves huge financial cases – much of it will be squirrelled away in myriad channels – to ensure as much obscurity as perpetrators can effect. These barristers will be so skilled at weedling out the truth, the really do earn their fee.