Jacqueline Lean > Chambers of David Holland KC and Reuben Taylor KC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of David Holland KC and Reuben Taylor KC
Landmark Chambers
180 FLEET STREET
LONDON
EC4A 2HG
England

Position

Jacqueline has the classic “Landmark USP” practice, encompassing all matters concerning the use and development of land.

She has significant experience of planning and infrastructure projects, and is particularly well placed to advise on the real property, and landlord and tenant issues, which may need to be addressed when promoting, or implementing, proposed development.  Similarly, she regularly advises on property matters, which include an interface with planning, environmental, regulatory or ratings issues.

Her cross-discipline practice is illustrated most clearly by her involvement in the HS2 project, which has including promoting both the Phase 1 and Phase 2A Bills through Parliament; the legal challenges to the decision to proceed with the project and application of land acquisition policies, non-statutory compensation schemes and the Compensation Code.

Jacqueline has acted as sole, or junior, counsel in Courts and tribunals at all levels, including the Supreme Court, the Aarhus Compliance Committee, and Parliamentary Select Committees.

Career

Called 2007, Gray’s Inn.

Memberships

PBA

PEBA

UKELA

Parliamentary Bar Mess

Education

Clare College, Cambridge (BA(Hon) Law 2005 (MA 2009), University of Chicago Law School (LL.M 2006).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Planning

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3

Jacqueline Lean Landmark Chambers

London Bar > Local government (including rating law)

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 2

Jacqueline LeanLandmark Chambers ‘Jacqueline impresses with her ability to digest information on complex issues and provide clear, concise advice in a tight timeframe.’