Chambers may also refer to the type of courtroom where motions related to matter of procedure are heard.
In the United Kingdom, chambers may refer to the rooms used by a barrister or to an association of barristers, especially in the Inns of Court. Barristers are not employed in a law firm but associate fraternally with each other, sharing the burden of costs, in a set of chambers. They are legally considered to each be self-employed. Chambers are administered by barristers' clerks (law) who receive cases from solicitors and agree matters such as fees on behalf of their employers; they then provide case details to the barristers.