During this difficult time of uncertainty, we would like to assure you that Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers remains committed to all its clients and will take every measure to ensure that they are not affected by the challenges being adopted globally.
Guernica 37 is unique in that, since its inception in 2017, it has operated on a global, largely remote, platform. With its associated offices in London, Madrid, San Francisco and its operational presence in Bogotá, Colombia, it continues to protect the vital interests of its clients – individuals, civil society organisations, corporations, international organisations and States – and will ensure that those rights, including the access to justice, is maintained even during this difficult time.
Guernica 37 will remain open and committed to its clients, notwithstanding the current emergency. We further remain committed to ensuring that the measures taken by States in seeking to contain the spread of the Coronavirus does not exceed the measures strictly necessary and does not impede, frustrate or unfairly restrict the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all.
As a responsible Barristers’ Chambers, we will follow the Government and Bar Council guidelines that are consistent with ensuring the measures taken are strictly necessary and proportionate.
Furthermore, our team remain ready to attend to any new needs and demands that the #Coronavirus crisis imposes and stands ready to assist any of those affected, wherever they may be.
We will remain open during the hours of 09.00 to 17.00 Monday to Friday and our emergency 24-hour phoneline will remain active during this time. We will endeavour to respond to all requests in an appropriate and timely manners and will provide the option of tele-conference which our administrative staff can arrange.
Kind regards, Toby Cadman, Head of Chamber