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GT Stewart Limited

FLEET HOUSE, 10-12 NEW BRIDGE STREET, LONDON, EC4V 6AL, ENGLAND
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Work 020 8299 6000
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http://www.gtstewart.co.uk

London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general
Crime: general - ranked: tier 3

GT Stewart Limited

GT Stewart Limited specialises in dealing with vulnerable clients, those with mental health problems and young people. The firm deals with a high volume of publicly funded work across England. It is adept at handling cases of murder, assault, robbery and terrorism, and has strong experience in appeals. Greg Stewart heads the practice.

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London: Private client

Court of protection
Court of protection - ranked: tier 3

GT Stewart Limited

The ‚Äėcalm‚Äô Amy Butler¬†at GT Stewart Limited¬†can ‚Äėhandle anything that is thrown at her really well, has a good knowledge of mental health and social welfare issues and is realistic in assessing a case'. Butler does a substantial amount of work for the Official Solicitor and ‚Äėis a confident litigator who works well with counsel and develops an excellent rapport with her clients‚Äô. Assistant solicitor Warwick Norris¬†‚Äėcombines both a strategic application of the law with also being able to work with the most traumatised and vulnerable clients with empathy and compassion‚Äô. Areas of expertise include advising clients who are deprived of their liberty and the human rights issues that flow from this in particular under Article 5 and 8 of the ECHR.

Next generation lawyers

Amy Butler - GT Stewart Limited

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Family
Family - ranked: tier 6

GT Stewart Limited

Geoffrey Castello  heads the team at GT Stewart Limited  that does a lot of public law care proceedings as well as public and privately funded private law Children Act cases, divorce, financial claims in addition to advising on other matrimonial cohabitation issues.

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London: Public sector

Civil liberties and human rights
Civil liberties and human rights - ranked: tier 4

GT Stewart Limited

GT Stewart Limited¬†has a legal aid practice that handles criminal defence work and is praised for being ‚Äėvery hands-on in protecting its clients‚Äô interests‚Äô.¬†Andrew Frederick¬† represents clients in civil claims against the police. Lisa Verro left the firm.

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London: Real estate

Social housing: tenant
Social housing: tenant - ranked: tier 4

GT Stewart Limited

GT Stewart Limited has maintained 'a commendable commitment to publicly funded work' and is 'very well-versed in housing litigation'. Jointly headed by Denise Phillips and Dirghayu Patel, the team is instructed in possession, eviction and nuisance claims and has also handled statutory appeals concerning issues such as housing benefit payments. Claire Wiles is 'incredibly hard-working' and recently defended a disabled individual in a possession claim, in which she invoked an Equality Act defence. Additional contacts include Simeon Wilmore and Jane Pritchard, the latter of whom joined from TV Edwards LLP.

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London

Offices in London EC4V and London SE5

South East

Offices in Croydon, Dartford, Crawley, and Ashford

Yorkshire and the Humber

Offices in Leeds

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