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Remote Hearings : the courts lowdown

With guidance coming out daily about how best to conduct remote hearings, it’s hard to keep up. It’s made harder ...

Client Care during Covid-19

How are clients coping in this brave new Covid 19 world? By Hannah Sparkes, Marketing Manager at 7BR and Keeley ...

Remote hearings during Covid-19 by Hilary Lennox

My experience with virtual hearings during the COVID-19 Pandemic by Hilary Lennox, barrister called to the Bar in Ireland in 2008, ...

Part 2: Litigation in the time of lockdown

Following on from the helpful tips provided in the article by Eleanor Clotworthy, two other barristers report their positive experience ...

Litigation in the time of lockdown, Skype. By Eleanor Clotworthy

This is a challenging period for those of us in the legal profession in the time of Cov-19. Not only ...

Tuesday Trends : working from home by Keeley

The clear advice from Prime Minister Boris Johnson and our hard working heroes in the NHS is: Stay at home. ...

Weekend Women: Diana Constantinide

On 14th February 2020, Diana Constantinide, from 33 Bedford Row Chambers, was invited to speak at the International Peace Conference at ...

Christmas gifts for clerks – the dilemma!

Christmas gifts for the clerks by Sharan Having spent the last few months grappling with the dilemma of what to ...

More press coverage: The Gazette

Many thanks to The Gazette for this lovely piece   https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/ Business models 2 December 2019 Lawyers are big fans ...

Film: Dance with a Stranger

Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in Britain, in 1955. Her trial lasted all of 37 minutes. ...