Following the Government’s latest guidance on January 4th, Chambers is now closed until further notice with all staff and almost all barristers working from home. Please continue to help us to maintain our service to you by sending us papers in digital form rather than hardcopy (as far as possible) and arranging for conferences to happen virtually (by phone or video).
Barrister members who are preparing for or attending in-person hearings at courts and tribunals – some of which are likely to continue during the latest lockdown – may exceptionally still opt to use Chambers meeting rooms. Our clerks will advise clients of the relevant details, where appropriate. Any visitors will be required to wear face masks at all times (unless there is a medical reason preventing this). Visitors should not attend if they feel unwell or if they have been in contact during the previous 14 days with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. The full guidelines covering to visits to Chambers can be found here.
If you wish to contact us for any reason please do so via our clerks using the following contact details.
To instruct us, confirm tele-conference details, rearrange current appointments or discuss anything, please contact our clerks on 01273 625 625 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you have any concerns at all about our service which cannot be addressed by our clerks, please do not hesitate to email our Chambers Director via firstname.lastname@example.org.