Monthly Archives: December 2016

2016 Year In Review

The curtains are closing on 2016 and what an emotional rollercoaster of a year it has been, packed with momentous political and historical events. Fortunately, here at Trinity Chambers, 2016 has brought strong developments and positive change, as we remain unwavering on our tradition of exceptional legal advice and representation throughout Essex. Join us for a quick reprise of several highlights of our year, detailed below.
New Faces In Chambers
This year we were delighted to welcome two new barristers to our chambers, adding their experience and enthusiasm to our collection of legal professionals. Alice Owen accepted our invitation to take up tenancy in our chambers after completing her pupillage here, which she began in April 2015.
We also welcomed Gabrielle Jan Posner, a specialist in the Care and Private Law Children’s Act with over 30 …

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Trinity Chambers Closing Times for Christmas

Trinity Chambers will be closed for a brief time over the Christmas and New Year periods.
Our Clerks’ Room will not be accessible from 12pm on Friday 23rd December 2016, and will not reopen until 8.30am Tuesday 3rd January 2017. During this time, you will not be able to contact our chambers through our usual contact number and email address.
However, if you do need to get in touch with our barristers for urgent hearings and legal proceedings, we have arranged an emergency contact number for the festive break. Simply call us on 07981 195851 and we will endeavour to answer your query as soon as possible.
In the meantime, we would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and we look forward to seeing you in 2017.

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Round Essex Christmas Quiz

If you feel like exercising your brain cells over the festive period, we have put together a testing Christmas Quiz to see how well you know your way Round Essex.
Here are 20 cryptic clues to locations within our county. How many can you figure out?
Here is an example to help you on your way:
Polar opposite of the beginning = Southend
The answers have now been posted on our website here. How many locations were you able to name?
1) Mr Fawlty’s home
2) In a jam
3) Completely mad
4) 50 shades in Thurrock
5) Ship’s kitchen next to a forest
6) Humorous bad actor
7) Sounds like a place to store fossil fuel
8) Clever woody perennial
9) Entrance for a wading bird
10) Dead and buried
11) Mine next to ocean
12) Merchandise
13) Mr Laurel’s cuddly toy
14) Finish cutting the grass
15) Sounds like a greeting
16) Bill’s mate in a flotilla
17) Footw…

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