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6th Jul, 2022

Innovative lawyers rustle up makeshift outdoor office to reassure clients

INNOVATIVE lawyers in Leamington have created a makeshift outdoor meeting area to reassure visitors concerned about mixing indoors.

Wright Hassall has opened a sheltered outdoor meeting area outside its office as government restrictions on covid measures are gradually eased.

The installation is in addition to the firm’s other measures to guard against covid-19, which include temperature checks for everyone entering the building.

Managing partner Sarah Perry said: “As a firm we support a broad range of individuals – some of whom understandably feel more vulnerable to covid-19 than others but either aren’t technologically proficient or would prefer a physical meeting – and so we have created this outdoor meeting space to cater for all meeting preferences.

“As well as meeting outdoors, we are also able to offer small indoor meetings thanks to following all Government guidelines closely, for example we have a non-invasive system for checking people’s temperatures on entering the building. For those who would rather not meet in person we obviously offer a range of remote meeting technologies.

“We pride ourselves on providing legal services with a personalised approach and believe that offering all our clients a range of meeting options is important for their comfort and peace of mind.”

“September is traditionally a time where the UK has sunny weather, and we are hoping that over the course of the next month when temperatures remain mild, that the sheltered outdoor space can play a part in boosting people’s confidence when it comes to returning to a normal way of life.”

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