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Roger Mullis is a Chancery practitioner with an emphasis on property and trusts litigation, contentious probate, the administration of estates and family provision. Within the property field he has particular experience in landlord and tenant, both commercial and residential, including leasehold enfranchisement. In addition he undertakes a substantial amount of professional negligence work, particularly in relation to the above areas.
Called 1987; Lincoln’s Inn; member of 3 New Square (Chambers of Lord Goodhart QC) 1988-2001; member of 11 New Square 2001; trustee of Holy Cross Centre Trust. He is consistently recommended as a Chancery practitioner by ‘Chambers and Partners Guide to the Legal Profession’. Cases: Re Parsons Decd High Court (contested probate); Rees-Davies v Westminster City Council Court of Appeal (leasehold enfranchisement for the Council); Plant v Plant High Court (insolvency); Hurley v Hurley Court of Appeal (chancery intervention in divorce proceedings) and Fitzgerald v Keane Court of Appeal (contract).
Portsmouth GS; Christ Church, Oxford (1985 BA Jurisprudence; 1986 BCL).
Lay clerk at St Alban’s Cathedral.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 4
Roger Mullis – Radcliffe Chambers ‘ Roger has a brilliant mind. Combine this with his experience of trust and tax matters means that he is able to analyse and identify the practical solutions available. Roger can simplify very complicated matters. ’