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Tees Law

Work Department

Litigation and Dispute Resolution.


Senior Associate

Focussed on commercial and proactive advice on law and strategy so as to achieve client objectives whilst minimising risks and cost.
Areas of specialism:
Contested Trust and Probate disputes
TLATA disputes
Business disputes (partnerships, shareholders, directors)
Complex contract disputes
Construction/building disputes 
Property disputes
Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution     

Reported and cases of note:
Wimramatnar v Cambridge University Chemistry Department (Advocate for Defendant in CA)
Donaldson v Smith(2007) WTLR421
Deans Foods Ltd – (1)Roche Products Ltd (2) Hoffman – La Roche AG (3) Aventis SA (CAT)


Nockolds (Trainee)
Whiskers (Assistant Solicitor)
Taylor Vinters (Associate)
Howes Percival (Associate)
Ashtons Legal (Associate)
Setfords (Consultant)
Tees (Senior Associate)


High Court Advocate (All Higher Courts)
Member of Association of Contested Trust and Probate Specialist (ACTAPS) 
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LLB(Hons) Manchester
College of Law, London

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Cambridge

Tees Law has become a prominent presence in the Cambridge market since its local litigation practice was founded in 2012. Senior associate and Higher Court advocate Sara Stabler leads the practice, about which counsel remarks that ‘their conduct is always highly professional and measured‘. Though the ‘truly excellent‘ Stabler predominantly handles contentious trusts and probate matters, her commercial litigation work also includes complex contractual disputes.

East Anglia > Private client > Contentious trusts and probate

(Leading individuals)

Sara StablerTees Law

Established in 2012, the Cambridge contentious trusts and probate practice at Tees Law is led by ACTAPS member and highly respected litigator Sara Stabler , who has 20 years’ experience in this field and is a Higher Court Advocate who regularly progresses claims without input from counsel. Her caseload frequently includes multi-party actions and claims involving several different disciplines, including a recent inheritance claim against an estate where one of the parties is a company, which involved issues relating to trusts, contentious probate claims, company law, constitution issues and tax.