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In accordance with our continual Risk Management Planning, we have over a number of weeks now, devised and implemented a number of measures to address the situation presented by COVID-19 including complying with the advice of HM Government. All of these measures enable us to protect/minimise the risk to employees, barristers, solicitors and clients whilst at the same time enabling us to continue to deliver our work and to comply with our professional obligations. Please be assured that we have the resource, systems and infrastructure to continue to assist you.
We are ready to use video conferencing to conduct conferences, settlement meetings and other work that would usually be face to face.
We are working with the courts and tribunals to facilitate video or telephone hearings.
Barristers and many staff at Kings Chambers are now working remotely. To assist us to do so we ask all clients where possible to:
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact our Chief Clerk (Steve Loxton) or your usual contact in the clerking team.
We thank you for your continued support and wish you all well during these unprecedented times.Yours,Nigel Poole QCHead of Chambers
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