IMPORTANT NOTICE: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Due to the statement made last night by the Prime Minister, chambers will not now receive visitors or deliveries in the usual way. That includes DX and post. If you think there might be something in transit to us that we will not now receive, please contact the clerks. Chambers remains open for business, however. Our members and staff are all working from home, and fully digitally enabled. They conduct hearings and conferences and provide advice. Even before this current crisis, we often received our instructions electronically and conducted conferences remotely, and we have experience of conducting hearings remotely.
Our phones are being answered by our answering service and they will forward messages to the clerks.
To contact us, the quickest and easiest way is by e-mail on any of the following: -
The best email to use is email@example.com as that is constantly monitored by our clerking team during working hours.
Alternatively, if you need to contact any of us direct, here are our emails and mobile numbers:
Edith Robertson – firstname.lastname@example.org (07775 871557)
John Stannard - email@example.com (07595 676697)
Joanne Meah – firstname.lastname@example.org (07773 008721)
James Clarke – email@example.com (07595 227672)
John Davitt – firstname.lastname@example.org (07540 439877)
Sam Kennett – email@example.com (07707 308580)
Jacob Watson – firstname.lastname@example.org (07931 404175)
As there are no staff present in chambers we are unable to receive deliveries at chambers. Ideally, we would prefer it if documents could be delivered digitally, but if that is not possible, please-mail us in advance and we will let you know where to send the papers to.
We will let you of any changes as the weeks progress.
Thank you for your understanding
Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC
Stephen Jourdan QC
Joint Heads of Chambers
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