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Chambers’ premises are open during normal office hours.
There is a temperature checking system in place in chambers as you enter the premises. If you have a raised temperature you will be asked not to enter. No data from the system is stored.
All members of chambers and staff are working remotely and can be reached on their normal DDI phone numbers or on the main telephone number which is + 44 (0)20 7822 2000. The DDI’s for members of chambers and the clerking staff can be found on the website.
Chambers is fully set up for remote working as this has been offered to the staff for some time and members of chambers often work in this way.
Members of chambers have already attended hearings across all practice areas and in a number of different courts using video conferencing facilities, as well as by telephone, and are used to working with electronic documents and bundles. If you would like more information about how this is working in practice please speak to one of the clerks.