Nicole Langlois > Chambers of Alan Steinfeld QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Alan Steinfeld QC
XXIV Old Buildings
24 OLD BUILDINGS, LINCOLN'S INN
LONDON
WC2A 3UP
England
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Position

Main areas of specialisation are trust and company disputes; commercial contractual disputes; recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments; freezing orders and asset tracing.

Career

Legal assistant to Attorney General of Jersey 1990; trainee solicitor Herbert Smith 1992-94; Carey Olsen 1995-2007 (partner 2002); called to the Jersey Bar 1998; called to the Bar and joined XXIV Old Buildings 2008; publications: ‘Hypothecs but no guarantee’ (Jersey and Guernsey Law Review 2001); case summaries editor for the ‘Jersey and Guernsey Law Review’ 2000-02; ‘The test for administrative appeals: unreasonable or just plain wrong’ (Jersey and Guernsey Law Review 2008); “Playing the “get out of jail free card”: mistake in the law of trusts” [2010] Jersey and Guernsey Law Review. CEDR accredited mediator. 

Languages

French (Conversational)

Memberships

STEP

Education

Exeter University (1990 LLB European); Solicitors’ Final Examinations (1992 with Honours).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Offshore

Within: Leading Juniors -

Nicole Langlois



XXIV Old Buildings



Extremely effective on her feet, and practical and pragmatic for strategic matters.

A top set for trusts matters’, XXIV Old Buildings has members involved in ‘elite cases‘. Alan Steinfeld QC and Edward Cumming QC were successful in assisting the defendant Carlyle companies in the Carlyle Capital Corporation v Conway litigation in Guernsey. Robert Levy QC  is instructed in numerous Cayman Islands section 238 cases. Also of note, the highly regarded Nicole Langlois, a former Carey Olsen partner, is a Jersey advocate.

London Bar > Commercial litigation

Within: Leading Juniors -

Nicole Langlois



XXIV Old Buildings



Very bright and perfect for anyone dealing with issues that straddles English and Jersey law.