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Chambers is open and offers a full service to our clients.
The welfare of our clients, staff and barristers is our priority.
Members of chambers and staff continue to work remotely, but members of staff are also physically present in chambers during normal working hours.
Conferences continue to take place by alternative methods, including telephone, Microsoft Teams, or Zoom. Our clerks are always happy to assist in arranging conference by whatever means appropriate for your needs, and can assist with any technical issues arising – please contact: email@example.com.
We can arrange an in-person conference in chambers, practical arrangements have to be made so it would always be helpful to have advance notice if such a conference is required. If we can assist, please contact our Chambers Manager, Alessandra Fanone.
Many court appointments are now being listed for remote hearing. If you would like to attend chambers with our barrister who is representing you at a hearing, arrangements can be made to facilitate this: please contact our Chambers Manager, Alessandra Fanone.
For any marketing enquiries please contact our Marketing Assistant, Chloe Reddock.
Please send papers electronically, rather than via Post or DX. This will minimise the risk of loss or delay.
If hard copies of papers need to be delivered to chambers please speak to the clerks in the first instance to arrange delivery. Sending papers to chambers without prior arrangement will cause additional delay in getting them to the intended recipient.
For further information about accessing chambers services in light of Covid-19 click here.