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Littleton remains committed to continuing to provide its usual levels of service delivery through the use of technology. Members of Chambers, Clerking teams and other staff are using Microsoft Teams internally. This enables Chambers to continue its usual case management practices, including the operation of information barriers, whilst ensuring we abide by the Government’s advice and stay working from home, wherever possible.
We continue to monitor the HMCTS announcements as to the future use of technology for hearings. Members of chambers can use Skype for Business or other virtual meeting providers, such as Zoom, depending on need. We are urgently reviewing the data protection and security issues around extending the use of our Teams software to include clients, on a case by case basis.
Finally, should you need to send papers/documents to barristers, please liaise directly with the clerks as we are unable to receive hard copies to Chambers at present. In case of queries, please contact clerks@littletonchambers.co.uk.
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Following the Government’s advice and that of the Mayor of London, all of Littleton’s staff members are now working from home.
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LITTLETON IS A LEADING EMPLOYMENT & COMMERCIAL BARRISTERS' CHAMBERS

Our highly regarded team of 53 barristers includes 10 silks, all of whom provide exceptional advice and advocacy to our clients. Our members’ practices cover a wide spectrum of work, including employment law; commercial law incorporating banking, commercial fraud, insolvency, financial services and insurance; disciplinary and regulatory; sports law; injunctions; mediation and arbitration.
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