Chambers offer helping hand to those locked out

Wed Dec 17 2014

In a generous offer to barristers locked out of their chambers and who need to borrow court attire or use facilities, State, Denman, Elizabeth Street and Sir Anthony Mason chambers have put out the welcome mat.

Barristers who are unable to access Frederick Jordan Chambers and Garfield Barwick Chambers and Level 7 Chambers in 53 Martin Place should make contact with the clerks of the following floors who may be able to assist with temporary use of facilities until their chambers reopen.

Moses SC has thanked the clerks of those chambers. "The Bar Association is very grateful for the generosity shown by these chambers. It is yet another demonstration of the collegiate nature of the NSW Bar including the care and support shown by its members during this difficult time".

Arthur Moses SC
Junior Vice-President
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