Yes. There are now companies who provide finance for barrister's fees. One example is Legal Cost Finance. Visit their website and make an enquiry.
One option to pay for the costs associated with your case is to use CrowdJustice, a unique funding platform for legal action. CrowdJustice enables you to raise funds for legal fees and costs from friends, family and other supporters online. You can fundraise publicly online from a community of yours, or fundraise privately enabling you to collect donations from your friends and family, with invitation-only access to your campaign page.
Crowdfunded monies raised can be used to pay for just some or all of your legal fees, other costs associated with your matter (i.e.: court fees and expert reports) and to help you cover some of the risk of paying the other side’s legal costs if you lose. It39;s possible to raise funds at any stage, from just getting some initial advice, to paying for the costs of an appeal.
CrowdJustice has been used to raise millions of pounds to support various kinds of legal action including judicial reviews, inquests, environmental, planning, employment and immigration matters, criminal defence and much more. Funds raised on CrowdJustice are transferred directly to our client account on your behalf, means that you can assure everyone that their donation will be transferred directly to your lawyers’ client account, rather than to you personally.
This also means you don't need to handle the administration of payments, or deal with the compliance issues involved in holding funds. It also Click here www.crowdjustice.com/how-it-works/ to find out more or email firstname.lastname@example.org, stating that you have seen this on the Clerksroom Direct website.