113 Chancery Lane (formerly known as The Law Society) is an integral player in the City of London’s history and its magnificent building has been at the very centre of the legal world since its completion in 1832. Hire 113 Chancery Lane for your event and the stunning Grade II listed neo-Georgian hall and graceful rooms within will impart style, gravitas, and a sense of heritage from the moment you pass through the grand portico. This adaptable venue offers both traditional and contemporary backdrops and its many rooms lend themselves equally well to corporate and private occasions. Every event space offers disabled access, air conditioning, natural daylight, a telephone, and free Wi-Fi.

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Weddings at 113 Chancery Lane

Licensed for Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships.

A sense of gravitas greets you at the vast portico of the prestigious 113 Chancery Lane. Built in 1832, this Georgian Grade II Listed building guarantees you the grandest of weddings.

Hold your ceremony in The Reading Room to the steady tick of the clock. Here marble columns deliver strength and proportion, while daylight from a large atrium illuminates detail. Sweep from the magnificent red carpet stairway, which is perfect for photographs, into the characterful space – The Common Room, for your wedding breakfast and dancing.

With rich, stained-glass windows depicting Arms of the nine Inns of Chancery; intriguing alcoves of antiquarian books; original candle chandeliers and two mahogany fireplaces, your wedding will be a journey of true discovery.

Christmas at 113 Chancery Lane

This traditional, elegant, and exceptionally adaptable venue is an integral part of the history of the City of London, and its striking neo-Georgian building lends itself perfectly to Christmas events of style and gravitas.
Guests will be enchanted by the sight of the showpiece staircase decorated with festive storm vases before tearing themselves away for a sparkling wine reception in the awe-inspiring – The Reading Room. The final stop of the night is the magnificent room – The Common Room, for a scrumptious meal before the lights are dimmed and invitees are invited to step on to the dance floor.

Rooms in the 113 Chancery Lane

The Common Room

Standing 300 Long Tables 64 Standing 300 Standing 180 Standing 144 Standing 54

Approached via a sweeping marble staircase, the largest and most prestigious room is named after English sculptor and potter Conrad Dressler, whose celebrated Persian enamel frieze depicting human and divine justice draws the eye upward beyond the glittering chandeliers. Graceful pillars of green marble draw the eye to Conrad Dressler’s celebrated Persian enamel frieze amid mahogany panelling, 17th century stained glass windows and a peacock-tiled fireplace. This grand room is wholly impressive for conferences and entertaining, with a built-in PA system, screen and staging adding versatility for corporate events. It is the perfect all-purpose event space.

The Strand/Fleet/Bell Suite

Standing 150 Long Tables 100 Standing 120 Standing 100 Standing 72 Standing 46

The Suite comprises of three light and airy, fully sound-proofed meeting rooms that open into one large conference area or work equally well set up as individual rooms used for smaller meetings, breakout space or catering areas. Featuring cherry wood panelling and furniture, each inviting first floor room is flooded with natural light and overlooks the Royal Courts of Justice. The Suite’s close proximity to The Common Room means that it works exceptionally well with duel hire.

The Reading Room

With its graceful fireplace frieze carved by British sculptor Gilbert Bayes, best known for the Queen of Time clock above Selfridges’ main doorway, and flanked by soaring marble columns, the spacious Bayes Room on the ground floor is exceptionally versatile. Ideal for receptions, seminars, exhibitions and break out space.

The Old Council Chamber

Standing 130 Long Tables 25 Standing 65 Standing 60 Standing 40 Standing 30

Flooded with daylight through the double height windows, this opulent space, adorned with grand chandeliers, silk curtains, oak panelling and an elegant gold and blue colour scheme, has the added benefit of an ante room with bar and catering area.

The Six Clerks Room

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The site of the original Six Clerks’ Office, where officers of the Court of Chancery plied their trade, this formal, yet charming room is resplendent with English oak panelling and heraldic crests and has a magnificent stained-glass window.

The Old Bookshop

Standing 35 Long Tables 22 Standing 35 Standing 30 Standing 24 Standing 24

Once the Law Society’s personal book store, today this bright and airy room is a lovely and unusual meeting space.

The Council Chamber

Standing 100

The Council Chamber offers audio visual facilities to rival any London venue. With its tiered ergonomic seating, each with access to power and data, this third-floor space is ideal for training sessions, screenings and video conferences.