We are working in accordance with the guidelines issued by the UK Government at each of our premises in Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham. Throughout the summer we continue to operate with a skeleton clerking presence on premise, working towards a full return from September 2021 when all of our staff will return to chambers under a new Hybrid Working Policy we have introduced.
Visiting Kings Chambers
From September 2021 we will be able to host clients in our premises once again. Hearings and conferences can be conducted either remotely or in person at the request of our clients. Our clerks are fully versed with the various remote platform requirements of the relevant courts and can advise and assist our clients accordingly. We can set up telephone or video conferences although we expect and understand that clients may prefer to do that themselves.
If you are visiting chambers for a conference or meeting you will be required to complete a Pre-Visit Questionnaire which will be provided to you by our clerks in advance of your visit. If you are displaying any symptoms of COVID-19, have recently tested positive or are completing a period of self-isolation you should not visit chambers.
We continue to require the use of a face covering when visiting our premises and as such we request that you bring a suitable face covering for use when (i) entering/leaving our premises, (ii) in our reception areas, and (iii) moving through communal areas of the building. If you are exempt from wearing a face covering on medical grounds this should be noted in the Pre-Visit Questionnaire prior to arrival.
We operate a check-in system at each of our premises and we request that you please check-in upon arrival using the QR code which is displayed prominently in our reception areas.
Instructions & Fees
Chambers is now predominantly paperless and all instructions should be sent to us electronically. Similarly, payments for fees should be remitted electronically.
Contacting Kings Chambers
You can reach our clerking and support teams on our main number, 0345 034 3444 as well as their direct dial numbers and also via email. Contact details are available on the relevant colleagues profile on our website.
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