About Darrow Chambers

Darrow Chambers is named after Clarence Darrow, an American lawyer and renowned civil libertarian.  Darrow’s wit and eloquence made him one of the most influential and skilful trial advocates of his time. Darrow gained prominence advocating for the underprivileged because of his lifelong dedication to the principle that every person deserved a fair trial.


Throughout his career, Darrow was a champion of justice who fought passionately against capital punishment, racism, and inequality. He also championed causes such as women’s suffrage and the abolition of child labour. Darrow firmly believed in the power of reason and the importance of scientific evidence in shaping legal arguments, often challenging the prevailing social and legal norms of his time.