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Dickinson Gleeson
3RD FLOOR LE GALLAIS BUILDING
6 MINDEN PLACE
ST HELIER
JE2 4WQ
Jersey

Work Department

Litigation Department

Position

Career

Trained Morgan Cole; qualified 1997 as an English solicitor; admitted as an advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey 2004; admitted as a solicitor of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court 2008 (non-practising); Morgan Cole 1995-99; Sinels Advocates 1999-2002; Bedell Cristin 2002-08; James Dickinson and Co 2009-10; partner Dickinson Gleeson 2010 to date.

Languages

Basic French.

Memberships

Overseas member of the Chancery Bar Association.

Education

Harrow School; University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (1993 LLB (Hons)); College of Law, York (1994 LPC).

Leisure

Shooting, golf, tennis, surfing, reading and film.

Lawyer Rankings

Jersey > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution

(Hall of Fame)

James DickinsonDickinson Gleeson

An independent firm with a track record of representing key names in the island’s financial services economy, Dickinson Gleeson is active in a range of Chancery litigation representing various different stakeholders. James Dickinson‘s work includes complex cases with issues of legal professional privilege among others, as well as commercial disputes and asset recovery matters. James Gleeson represents leading trust companies in high-profile trusts cases including the Z Trusts and Crociani cases (in the latter, he represents the new trustees, Ocorian). Senior associate Guillaume Staal is a key name below partner level, and in 2019 well-regarded senior associate Pierre Ali-Noor joined from Mourant.