9 Gough Chambers Digital Working Protocol



In order to ensure that 9 Gough Chambers remain pro-active and efficient during the current Covid 19 pandemic, we have drafted a Digital Instructions Protocol (DIP), which can be accessed here.

The DIP is designed to ensure that all documents reach us safely and do not become lost or overlooked.

It is not intended to be overly prescriptive but to assist in ensuring that cases are dealt with as carefully and efficiently as is possible.

It represents, as its says, an attempt at best practice

As you will note from the document, if you are unable to comply with the DIP, please do not hesitate to contact our Clerks at clerks@9goughchambers.co.uk who will be pleased to advise you on alternative methods of instructing us.

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