During a challenging time for both Chambers and our clients, we have taken the necessary steps to operate Chambers remotely wherever possible. Our barristers and staff will be working from home, and only attending Chambers if essential. We have made this decision in the interests of safeguarding all parties who come in to contact with us, and to enable us to provide an effective service to all of our clients in these testing times.
With this in mind, there will be some changes in the operation of Chambers over the coming weeks. We would ask you to please note the following:
All conferences will be converted into telephone or video conferences where possible, if this has not already been arranged can you please contact the relevant clerk to organise.
We would request any payments to Chambers please be made electronically. If you need to speak to a member of the fees team, please email them on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will of course keep you updated if anything changes, and thank you in advance for your understanding during a difficult time for all of us. We wish you all well.
If you have any difficulties reaching anyone in chambers, or have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me directly on the details below.
020 7269 0360
07970 649 755
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