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3RD FLOOR LE GALLAIS BUILDING, 6 MINDEN PLACE, ST HELIER, JE2 4WQ, JERSEY
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Dickinson Gleeson, Robert Christie, St Helier, JERSEY

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Robert Christie

Tel:
Work +44 (0)1534 737757
Email:
Dickinson Gleeson

Position

Robert joined the firm as a Senior Associate in September 2015 and specialises in trust, company, commercial and insolvency litigation. 

Career

Languages

Has a working knowledge of French.

Member

ARIES, The Middle Temple, an Overseas Member of the Chancery Bar Association, and an Honorary Member of Radcliffe Chambers.

Education

BA (Hons) - University of Oxford; GDL - City University; BVC - Inns of Court School of Law.

Leisure

Books, theatre, squash, skiing


Jersey

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Dickinson Gleeson is ‘an excellent litigation boutique firm with a real strength in depth and outstanding commercial awareness’; clients praise the ‘extremely clever and hard-workingJames Gleeson as ‘an excellent lawyer to have on your side’. The highly recommended James Dickinson and ‘responsive, considered and pragmatic’ senior associate Guillaume Staal continue to act for an entrepreneur in multi-jurisdictional asset recovery proceedings following the Royal Court’s decision that the client’s claims to half of substantial loans and interests thereon were entirely vindicated. The group – supported by senior associate Robert Christie – is also representing the estate of a deceased individual involved in a longstanding and complex multi-party fraud case pertaining to allegations of embezzlement by the directors of a foreign company. High-profile and high-value trust disputes are also among the firm’s particular strengths.

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