Covid 19 – Update

Our office is currently closed and due to reopen on the 1st September 2020.


If you have a new enquiry, please contact us using the enquiries email address (


We are conducting meetings and first consultations via zoom to ensure the safety of our staff and our clients.


Thank you for your understanding in these challenging and unprecedented times.


17 March 2020

Dear (prospective) Client,

Given the COVID 19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, we have had to modify our service to you.

Our priority remains to protect our staff, as far as we can, and to provide our clients with continuity of advice and service.

In light of this, please note that:

  • We will not conduct face to face and external meetings over the coming weeks (unless there is no alternative) – using telephone calls or email instead.
  • We have robust agile working systems and are currently exercising widespread remote home-working across the firm.

Our aim is to be on hand to help, advise and support you, just as we were before, but remotely and not in person.

However, this will probably mean that phone calls will go to answer phone and then be picked up remotely later in the day or the following day. Hence, our response time will definitely be slower.

We are grateful for your patience at this time while we navigate the logistics of staff working remotely.

Like you – we will continue to review the evolving situation on a daily basis.

Please do not hesitate to contact us by email if you have any questions or concerns.

Best wishes,

Lawrence Davies


Equal Justice takes the fight to film industry with the #MeToo campaign

Equal Justice is working with Boudica films on their #NoPredators campaign. This is feeding into the #MeToo campaign which started as a response to the Harvey Weinstein allegations, as reported in the Hollywood Reporter. To read the article online click here.

Equal Justice has opened a dedicated telephone helpline for victims of sexual harassment in the film industry. Please do get in touch if you are in need of free legal advice on 0207-603 3881

Boudica Films Launches ‘No Predators’ Campaign


UK, London: Boudica Films, the finance and production company that supports female-centric films, has today launched a series of measures to combat the “overt sexism that is deeply ingrained in the film industry”.

Boudica, which has co-financed several female-led features including Carol Morley’s The Falling, and has upcoming films Kat and the Band and Rosalind Franklin: The Forgotten Woman of DNA in pre-production, has introduced three measures in response to the claims of sexual harassment by thousands of women in the #metoo twitter campaign.

“We wanted to do something positive which may reduce the number of these instances. It’s completely unacceptable that women should be in this position and it’s been deeply disturbing to hear how widespread and common sexual harassment, bullying and sexual assault actually is in the film industry,” said Boudica Director Rebecca Long.

Boudica has launched a “No Predators” badge, a code of conduct and a free initial legal advice service for any film professional who has experienced sexual harassment, abuse or assault.Continue reading