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For more information please contact our clerks by calling +44 (0)20 7242 3555.

Paul Eeles
Clerking Team
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7242 3555
Email: Click here

7BR has longstanding expertise in consumer law and consumer contract disputes and members are available to advise in person, by telephone or by video link. Instructions are accepted either from solicitors or from consumer clients directly. Members act for consumers as well as corporate service providers, retailers and insurers.

Members are available to provide advice and representation ranging from modest value claims to very large multi-party group actions involving statutory rights under the Consumer Rights Act 2015. Members are especially well placed to advise on Coronavirus / Covid-19 related disputes including:

  • Travel cancellations and refund claims following the Coronavirus lock down.
  • School Fees disputes following the cancellation of traditional education at private schools in the summer term as a direct result of the Coronavirus emergency.
  • University Fees disputes following the cancellation or suspension of normal services.
  • Childcare cancellations and refund claims.
  • Domestic and cleaning services cancellations.
  • Domestic/social care services cancellations.
  • Cancelled public events and refund disputes.
  • Cancelled private events and refund disputes.
  • Force Majeure clauses
  • Claims for the right to a repeat performance of services under section 55 Consumer Rights Act 2015
  • Claims for the right to a full or partial refund for services that do not conform to the contract under section 56 Consumer Rights Act 2015
  • Claims against credit card or other credit providers under section 75 Consumer Credit Act 1974

As a result of the Coronavirus / Covid-19 emergency there is a particular focus on Force Majeure clauses at present and the extent to which consumers may be held to contractual obligations to pay for services that are cancelled, postponed or delivered in a different way from that intended at the time of contracting.

If you are not a solicitor and you wish to instruct a barrister under the direct access scheme please click here. 

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Frequently asked questions

Yes, please call Chambers mainline number +44 (0)20 7242 3555 and you will be directed to the out of hours phone lines.

As a direct access client, please visit our direct access page and complete the initial form, a member of the clerking team will then be in touch to discuss the next steps.

Choosing the right barrister for your case can be difficult, with so many to choose from. Our clerks will be happy to guide you with your choice. Their wealth of knowledge and experience will help you decide the right barrister not just for the case but someone who will work with you.

Some barristers have the ability to “conduct litigation” for direct access clients. Our clerks will be able to assist you as to which of our members are trained and accredited to do so.

Please visit our direct access page for the initial steps on instructing a barrister, or contact our clerks on +44 (0)20 7242 3555.

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