Coronavirus

Kings Chambers remains open for business and continues to provide specialist advocacy and advice services.

In accordance with the latest nationwide lockdown measures introduced in England effective from Wednesday 6 January 2021 please note our premises will be closed.  We will continue to enable remote working utilising our secure IT infrastructure. 

Contacting Kings Chambers

As of 6 January 2021 in accordance with the guidelines issued by the UK Government our premises in Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham will be closed for all but essential purposes only.  We will not be able to host clients in any of our premises during this time. 

We continue to request that all instructions be sent to us electronically and that payments for fees are remitted electronically.  At this time we are unable to accept delivery of hard copy papers or other items.

The main phone numbers for each of our locations are active and you can also reach our clerking and support teams via their direct dial numbers and via email which are available on our website.

Our members are fully enabled to provide services remotely and they continue to conduct hearings, conferences and provide advice.

In addition, 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.

Virtual Alternative Dispute Resolution

Our members continue to conduct ArbitrationsMediations and Joint Settlement Meetings in-person and via the various remote conferencing platforms available

We have specialist teams of members who act as arbitrators and mediators, mechanisms that are suitable for alternative dispute resolution, and are readily adaptable to remote engagement online.

Please contact our Chief Clerk, Gary Young for further information.

Further Information & Updates

We have a blog available which is regularly updated with contributions from our members. Law in the time of Corona provides guidance and updates for lawyers and businesses regarding COVID-19 and the impact it is having and future implications for individuals and businesses.

We are closely monitoring updates from the UK Government as well as the impact on key sectors, and providing practical legal advice on these emerging issues. Further updates will be made available as the situation develops and in the meantime we remain open for business and contactable using the details noted above.

We thank you for your continued support and wish you all well during these unprecedented times.

 

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