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Serle Court
6 NEW SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
LONDON
WC2A 3QS
England

Position

Barrister specialising in mediation across a wide range of chancery and commercial disputes. Recent examples include claims under Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975; breach of trust claims; shareholder dispute involving multi-million property company; landlord and tenant dispute relating to premier shopping complex; professional negligence claims against solicitors and accountants; employment dispute between public company and chief executive; breakdown in professional partnership. Experienced in multi-party and cross-cultural disputes.

Career

Qualified 1978; Middle Temple; in continuous practice at the Bar.

Memberships

Chancery Bar Association; Property Bar Association; Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS); PIM (senior mediators) and distinguished fellow of the International Academy of Mediators.

Education

London (LLB).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Mediators

(Hall of Fame)Ranked: Tier 1

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(Mediators)Ranked: Tier 1

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Beverly-Ann Rogers – Serle Court 

Beverly-Ann Rogers of Serle Courthas a clear understanding of the issues and is quick to grapple with them; she is also calm, non-patronising, efficient, commercial, personable and commanding‘. Rogers’ main areas of practice reflect her expertise as a Chancery barrister, notably trust and estates, property, partnership, company law and professional negligence; and she is additionally sought out to mediate commercial and employment disputes. Recent matters include commercial law cases, disputed wills, Inheritance Act issues, proprietary estoppel claims in relation to stately homes, and an employment dispute between a teacher and a school.

Beverly-Ann Rogers – Serle Court 

Beverly-Ann Rogers of Serle Courthas a clear understanding of the issues and is quick to grapple with them; she is also calm, non-patronising, efficient, commercial, personable and commanding‘. Rogers’ main areas of practice reflect her expertise as a Chancery barrister, notably trust and estates, property, partnership, company law and professional negligence; and she is additionally sought out to mediate commercial and employment disputes. Recent matters include commercial law cases, disputed wills, Inheritance Act issues, proprietary estoppel claims in relation to stately homes, and an employment dispute between a teacher and a school.