Central London 020 7112 8841 | Finchley 020 8446 6223 | Hatfield 01707 830 244
We can offer a one stop service though the use of our in-house consultant barristers. We can also arrange for you to be represented via external counsel. Our offices in Finchley are located conveniently near the Barnet County Court and other courts in Central and North London and the Home Counties.
We have fee earners who are able to represent parties in a wide range of hearings at the Barnet County Court, Central London County Court, Willesden County Court, Edmonton County Court, Clerkenwell and Shoreditch County Court, in the High Court, St Albans County Court, Watford County Court, Uxbridge County Court, the Hertford County Court and other Courts and London and Watford Employment Tribunals.
Court Representation Examples
Some examples of the types of hearings in which we are able to represent you via our own fee earners include:
Fast Track Trials
Multi Track Trials of shorter duration
Charging Orders – interim or final
Enforcement procedure hearings
Case Management Conferences
Arbitration/small claims before a District Judge
Applications to set aside Default Judgments
Employment Tribunal Claims
If you would like representation or you are a solicitor looking for an agent at a Court hearing please telephone 020 8446 6223 and ask to speak to Lawrence Rodkin
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