We would like to reassure all our solicitors and lay clients that we remain open for business and that we have in place a robust business continuity plan to enable us to continue to serve you at this difficult time.

In keeping with our commitment to the welfare of our employees and in accordance with government guidance, our staff are working from home, but continue to have full access to our diary and billing software, as well as a dedicated online file sharing system which allows you to securely transfer papers.  Chambers’ contact number remains as set out on the ‘Contact us’ page.

Our barristers are set up with video conferencing facilities, allowing them to continue to hold conferences with clients as well as attend hearings remotely.

We are unable to accept physical deliveries at chambers’ address at the moment.  If you need to have hard copies of bundles delivered to us, please discuss alternative arrangements with the relevant clerk, who will be happy to assist you.  We are also unable to accept payment by cheque for the time being and would be grateful if you could arrange to make payments by BACS.

We understand that this is a challenging time for all those who instruct us.  If there are other ways in which we can work in order to better support you, please let us know.  In the meantime, stay healthy and safe.