Stephanie Jarron > Chambers of James Pickering QC > Newcastle upon Tyne, England > Lawyer Profile
Enterprise Chambers Offices
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
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Commercial litigation involving contracts, sale of goods, loans, consumer credit, construction; mortgages, including undue influence; landlord and tenant, commercial, residential and agricultural; property litigation, including disputes between co-owners, constructive and resulting trusts, boundary disputes, sale of land; general chancery, including partnership, contentious probate, Inheritance Act disputes, breach of trust and undue influence.
Called 1990; Lincoln’s Inn.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 2
Stephanie Jarron – Enterprise Chambers ‘Excellent with clients, particularly dealing with sensitive issues. Cuts to the chase in terms of her advice and gives clear and practical guidance to clients and solicitors.’
With ‘a good crop of juniors‘, Enterprise Chambers offers ‘a very good service and an array of counsel to assist with Chancery matters‘. Instructed by leading law firms, members are experienced in the traditional fields of trusts and probate and Inheritance Act claims, as well as specialist areas like insolvency, real property, and company law, which benefit from their Chancery expertise. Among the team, the ‘knowledgeable‘ Hugo Groves is a leading junior in this sector and has recently been involved claims arising out of tax avoidance/mitigation schemes. ‘Always in-demand for a reason‘, Duncan Heath is a ‘go-to junior‘for contentious trusts and probate, and property matters, and Stephanie Jarron has ‘an excellent reputation‘ in estate disputes. Christopher Buckingham appeared unled for the successful appellant in Lomax v Lomax in the Court of Appeal and is considered ‘without a shadow of doubt amongst the best of the best. You want him on your side‘.