COVID-19 update: St. John’s office reopening to the public March 15
In light of the improving COVID-19 situation in Newfoundland and Labrador, our St. John’s office will reopen to the public beginning Monday, March 15. With lockdown restrictions beginning to loosen, we will be reopening at a reduced in-office capacity, as we continue to follow the provincial government guidelines and the advice of health officials. The majority of our lawyers and staff will continue to work remotely, and appreciate your patience and understanding while we help lower case numbers.
If you need to contact a lawyer or staff member, you can access contact information through the search function on the Our Team page of our website.
If you have a current matter or appointment, please contact your lawyer for updated instructions.
If you have a delivery, please contact the main contact number: (709) 722-4270
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