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Iain Miller

Tel:
Work 020 7814 1200
Email:
Web:
www.kingsleynapley.co.uk/
Kingsley Napley LLP

Work Department

Regulatory

Position

Partner

Career

Articled Clerk, Stephenson Harwood. Qualified 1988.  Previously a partner in Wright Son & Pepper and Bevan Brittan LLP. 

Joined Kingsley Napley in 2016.  Specialises in professional regulation and public law particularly in Legal Services Regulation.  General Editor, Cordery on Legal Services, Co-author of Butterworths’ Guide to the Legal Services Act 2007. 

Member of the Editorial Board of the Law Society’s Practice Compliance Bulletin and Member of the Consulting Editorial Board of LexisPSL Practice Compliance.

Member

Vice-Chair, Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers, Member International Bar Association, Law Society of England and Wales

Education

LLB(Hons) London School of Economics and Political Sciences


London: Corporate and commercial

Partnership

Within: Partnership

Kingsley Napley LLP's department acts for professional firms and LLPs, as well as their individual members and partners, mainly in the financial services and professional sectors. The group draws on the firm's wider expertise in employment law, regulatory and professional discipline, white-collar crime and business immigration to provide clients with a full partnership disputes service. The team is jointly headed by regulatory expert Iain Miller and Adrian Crawford, whose practice spans contentious partnership and employment law.

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London: Dispute resolution

Professional discipline

Within: Leading individuals

Iain Miller  - Kingsley Napley LLP

Within: Professional discipline

Kingsley Napley LLP's 'highly respected team combines enormous experience with a forward-thinking and creative approach'. Its matters span the healthcare, finance, education, professional and legal service sectors, and the department’s work is complemented by the firm's criminal, dispute resolution and public law departments. In recent work, Melinka Berridge led the representation for Education Workforce Council (EWC) in conducting an unacceptable professional conduct case before the EWC's Fitness to Practise Committee. Nicola Hill heads the regulatory team and has advised many of the statutory healthcare, professional service and education sector regulators. Iain Miller's specialist area is advising law firms and legal regulators. Other key advisers are Julie Norris, Julie Matheson and legal counsels Lucy Williams and Laura Ryan; the senior associates to note are Jenny Higgins, Shannett Thompson and Hannah Eales. Sarah Harris was promoted to partner and Jessica Clay joined in July 2019 from the SRA.

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