St. John’s Chambers is committed to providing the very best services to our clients as we all navigate these challenging times. We have put arrangements in place so we can continue to meet our clients’ needs, in line with the current health and safety guidance from the government.
Our remote working arrangements
As part of our Business Continuity Plan, we have taken steps to restrict all non-essential visitors to our office and, subject to maintaining a skeleton team on site, our people will be working remotely unless absolutely unavoidable. All meetings will be conducted virtually and our practice management team are able to arrange conferences via video link or audio call, in line with client requirements. We will also use paperless systems where possible to share documentation.
We will also be looking into all training and seminars through virtual means, including webinars. This information will be sent out to our mailing list. Should you wish to join, please email Emily Dalton, Head of Marketing, firstname.lastname@example.org
We have tried and tested our phone system, so all clerks, staff and barristers can be contacted remotely and from home with minimal disruption to our clients.
Key contact numbers
If you do need to speak to our barristers and for any reason are not able to reach them directly please call our Practice Directors:
Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury and Inquests
Annette Bushell, Practice Manager: 07710 463 258
Commercial, Real Estate, Tax, Wills & Trusts, Employment and Public & Administrative
Rob Bocock, Practice Manager: 07801 825 013
Family & Divorce
Luke Hodgson, Practice Manager: 07929 432 614
Isabelle Mills, Office Manager: 07779 906327
Derek Jenkins, CEO: 07807 225964
As we all know, the situation is fluid. We are keeping a close eye on developments and guidance in relation to court hearings and working practices and will keep our clients updated and adjust our arrangements as required to meet what the situation demands.
We wish everyone the very best at this difficult time. We know that by looking out for each other and working collaboratively together we can overcome this hardship.