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Clarkslegal’s London team moves to new Chancery Lane office

The London office of Clarkslegal has relocated to Chancery House, on Chancery Lane. The staff is enthusiastic about the relocation because Chancery Lane has a longstanding association with the legal profession in London.

Chancery House is close to Lincoln’s Inn Fields and is a building with a fascinating history. This building was the site of the historic Silver Vaults, used for the storage and sale of fine art and silverwork. The original building above ground was bombed during WWII and built in roughly its current form in the 1950s, salvaging some of the existing basement Silver Vaults.

Chancery House has recently been redeveloped by Fora, part of The Office Group, who designed the site to support productivity and wellbeing for every workstyle. Fora is driven by one simple truth that ‘everyone works differently’.

Monica Atwal, Managing Partner of Clarkslegal, said: “The London team is excited to move into Chancery House. We acknowledge that the workplace is now more than just a commodity and is an essential resource for maintaining the health and happiness of employees. The building is very unique in London with its amenities and services.”

Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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+44 118 960 4605

The London office of Clarkslegal has relocated to Chancery House, on Chancery Lane.

New London Address

Clarkslegal LLP
5th Floor
Chancery House
53-64 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1QS

Getting to our London office

We are located in Chancery House, an eight-storey heritage building in the City of London. Chancery House is just a 1 minute walk from Chancery Lane tube station on the Central Line. The nearest main line station is Kings Cross St Pancras.

Our office is open for pre-booked in person appointments.

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Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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+44 118 960 4605

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