Further advice on access to chambers via Phillip Street

Tue Dec 16 2014
Junior Vice-President Arthur Moses SC has released the following updated advice

Members are advised that security measures preventing access to Selborne and Wentworth Chambers, announced in the previous InBrief bulletin, apply to other chambers that have their main entry point within the Phillip Street exclusion zone - specifically, St James Hall Chambers, William Deane Chambers. The soonest that they might be accessible will be tomorrow morning.

Frederick Jordan and Garfield Barwick Chambers remain closed until further notice.

The NSW Police have now relocated the perimeter of the exclusion zone further down Phillip Street and Deutsche Bank Place is now open for access by tenants. Chambers located in 52 Martin Place (the Colonial Centre) have access via Elizabeth Street and are not affected by the restrictions.

Urgent enquiries can be directed to Arthur Moses SC, the junior vice-president on ph: 0400 703 717 or

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