Current as of: 04/11/2020

Chambers continues to help protect the health and wellbeing of clients, staff, Members and the wider community by implementing measures which minimise social interactions whilst maintaining services to clients. To help us do this, please send us papers in digital form rather than hardcopy (as far as possible) and arrange for conferences to happen virtually (by phone or video).

Chambers remains open to support barrister members who are preparing for or attending in-person hearings at courts and tribunals – which are continuing during the latest lockdown. Essential meetings and conferences can still be arranged in Chambers, provided visitors wear a face masks at all times (unless there is a medical reason preventing this). Visitors should however 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. [link to PDF]

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 020 7797 7500 or via .

Our clerks are contactable as usual for emergency assistance outside normal business hours on: 07885 745450.

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