COVID-19 Update from Richmond Chambers
Despite the impact of the Coronavirus, we are still committed to providing you with the best possible service. We understand you may have concerns and questions about how the disruption caused by measures to combat the pandemic could affect the work we do for you.
We have been closely following Government advice and so as of today, 17 March, we have asked the majority of our team to work from home, with only a skeleton staff remaining in Chambers. We have been preparing for this for the last couple of weeks and our aim is to maintain the quality and schedule of all matters.
Our team is fully equipped to work remotely and will continue to deliver outputs as planned with cloud access to everything that we need. However we do ask for your understanding in the event that there are any slight delays, for instance if team members are ill with the virus and for those that are parents and may have to take time out to look after their children during office hours.
We understand that you may also be putting measures in place to combat the virus and that these may have an impact on how we communicate with you. If there are any changes please advise me so that we are prepared.
In light of these developments, we are also requesting that wherever possible all scheduled face-to-face meetings are now held via telephone, Google Meet or Skype until further notice.
Obviously these are uncertain times for us all but we hope to alleviate any concerns. If you’d like to discuss anything further then please do not hesitate to contact me.
We look forward to things returning back to normal but in the meantime we are determined to help you and all our clients by delivering the best service possible at this challenging time.
LL.B (Hons), LL.M, Barrister
Richmond Chambers LLP
Seven Henrietta Street
London, WC2E 8PS
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