We are still able to provide all services to our clients however in light of the recent increases in the rate of infection we are implementing with immediate effect the following rules:
No face-to-face conferences or other meetings will take place at our premises but can be conducted over the telephone or by other digital links such as Skype.
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As you will know, there is a new Coronavirus (CoVid-19), which originated in Wuhan, China and causes symptoms including fever, cough and shortness of breath.
Generally, coronavirus can cause more severe symptoms in people with weakened immune systems, older people, and those with long-term conditions like diabetes, cancer and chronic lung disease.
We are following Government advice and expect all our... Read More
Applications are invited to join Chambers on a full or part time basis and accept instructions in the following areas:
Family - Private & Public Law, DV and Finance
Crime – Defence , Prosecution and Motoring
Chambers also welcomes any applications for 3rd Six in the above areas.
Applicants should send a CV and a covering letter/email to our Practice Manager Alex Carter-Gaunt
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St Albans Chambers will be closed from 4.00pm on Tuesday 24th December and will open again from 9.00am until 5.30pm on Friday 27th December.
Normal office hours will resume from 9.00am on Monday 30th December.
The barristers and staff at St Albans Chambers wish our colleagues and clients a very Merry Christmas.
We are delighted to announce that Jennifer Knape returns to practice following a brief sabbatical period.
Jennifer practises primarily in Crime and Civil.
To book Jennifer please contact the clerks at email@example.com . Read More
Mr Adrian Barnett-Thoung-Holland will be speaking about the effects of technology in family cases on the 24th September at 11am at Resolution 91-95 Southward Bridge Road, London SE1 0AX.
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Chambers congratulates Sharin Diegan who recently returned safely having climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, reaching the summit at Uhuru Peak in the early morning on the 17th July 2019 after five days of climbing.
Sharin began her route, starting at Machame Gate, then onto Machame Camp, Shira Camp, Barranco Camp and Barafu Camp to Uhuru Peak before descending over two days and... Read More
Chambers are in full support of the CBA in action against the new AGFS commencing 1st April.
Whilst the decision is personal, as a set we are in full support of the CBA strategy.
Download the CBA’s announcement and proposals here.