Inn Service following new national restrictions
As result of the new restrictions announced on 4 January, changes have been made to the Inn's service.
Visit our Covid-19 page for full details of the Inn's response in relation to the Covid-19 virus (Coronavirus).
You can still get in touch with us, however, please note that it may take a little longer than usual for us to respond to queries during this period due to amended working patterns for our staff.
Barristers can apply for financial support from the Barristers’ Benevolent Association and the four Inns of Court Emergency Appeal. The Barristers’ Benevolent Association (the BBA) has provided assistance to many members of the Bar affected by Covid-19, and continues to do so. Barristers in in need of assistance, please apply for help from the fund.
Hardship Working Group: The availability of support for those members of the Inn facing hardship who do not fall within the remit of the Barristers Benevolent Association (BBA) will continue.
Security: With effect from Wednesday 6 January, all entrances to the Inn will be closed with the exception of the High Holborn entrance for pedestrian and vehicles. The exit for vehicles will be from the Gray’s Inn Square. The barrier will be in operation at the Gray’s Inn Square exit.
Car Parking: The provision of two free parking spaces for nominated vehicles of staff working for our commercial tenants will continue until the end of February or until there is a relaxation of the new Covid restrictions.
Library: With effect from Wednesday 6 January, the Library will operate a remote service as they did during the first lockdown in March. Please email the Library for general enquiries or make a document supply request. The document supply service remains free of charge until further notice.
Overnight Accommodation: The overnight accommodation had been closed to the end of January but that will now be extended to the end of February.