Tamar Halevy > Marriott Harrison LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Marriott Harrison LLP
80 Cheapside

Work Department

Dispute resolution


Partner, and head of the dispute resolution team at Marriott Harrison. Specialising in complex and high value commercial disputes, both litigation and arbitration. Commercial disputes of all kinds including director and shareholder disputes, breach of contract, breach of trust, fraud and professional negligence as well as commercial aspects arising from matrimonial proceedings. Acts for corporate and individual shareholders/directors, high net worth individuals, corporate trustees, professional services firms, media and marketing services companies, technology companies, retailers, partnerships and others.


Joined Marriott Harrison, Partner since 2015.

Trained Nabarro Nathanson; qualified 1996. Joined Lewis Silkin 2000; partner 2007. Contributor to legal and trade press including ‘The Lawyer’, ‘Law Society Gazette’, ‘In-House Lawyer’, and ‘New Law Journal’. Contributor to published books ‘Distress for Rent’ (1999); ‘Employment, Partnership and Discrimination Law for Professional Partnerships’ (2005); and ‘ADR Client Strategies in the UK’ (2008). Contributor to two Legal Network Television programmes on conflicts of interest and solicitors’ professional rules.




Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; British-Russian Law Association; Citywealth Women in Wealth Club


Bristol University (LLB); Cambridge University (MPhil); King’s College, London (LLM); College of Law (Law Society Finals)


Skiing, salsa dancing

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market

Regularly acting in disputes with international dimensions, Marriott Harrison LLP‘s recent track record includes major High Court trials. The practice of disputes head Tamar Halevy covers breach of contracts, trust-related claims, director/shareholder disputes, fraud and professional negligence; and fellow partner Jim Mackiedeploys superb litigation and dispute resolution strategies‘.