Date: to be announced
9.30 to 17.30
Seminars Start
10.00

London

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Judges' Court Rooms
Browns
82 St. Martin's Lane
London, WC2N 4AG

 

Who's Here and Where?

 

 

UNIQUE VENUE
The private panelled rooms in St Martin’s Lane were the Judges’ Court and Barrister Chambers, dating back to 1908, and when it was a civil court it had jurisdiction to hear debt cases and sentence defendants to debtors’ prison. The cell door, still located in the Judges’ Court, has access down to the detention cells, leaving a reminder of its former purpose! The original judge's bench and press boxes remain in place.

 

Unique Venue
The private panelled rooms in St Martin’s Lane were the 
Judges’ Court and Barrister Chambers, dating back to 1908, and 
when it was a civil court it had jurisdiction to hear debt cases
and sentence defendants to debtors’ prison. The cell 
door, still located in the Judges’ Court, has access down to the detention 
cells, leaving a reminder of its former purpose! The 
original judge's bench and press boxes remain in place.

 

 

 


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