Julia Beer > Chambers of Mark Warwick QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Mark Warwick QC
Selborne Chambers


Julia deals mainly with contentious litigation in the Chancery Division, with particular expertise in contentious probate and administration; company and shareholder disputes. She regularly acts for trustees/executors and beneficiaries of high value Estates and has a particular interest in cross border succession disputes and domicile. She has appeared in the High Court in Cayman and Northern Ireland as well as regularly dealing with issues of construction; challenges to the validity of testamentary documents; the removal of executors and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act in the Chancery Division. She advises on P’s Property and Affairs in the Court of Protection and is an editor of the Court of Protection Law Reports. In the Family Division she is experienced at intervening on behalf of companies, trustees and creditors in Financial Remedy Proceedings and frequently advises directors and shareholders of family businesses caught up in matrimonial proceedings on share division; income and voting rights; minority shareholdings and the ownership of assets. Her expertise in this field is recognised by the fact that since 2012 Julia has written the Unfair Prejudice Chapter for the leading text Gore Browne on Companies.


Called 2003, Gray’s Inn; Chair of Young Barristers Committee 2008; Elected Member of the General Council of the Bar 2008 – 2013; Publications of note: Co-Author of Rossdale Probate and Administration of Estates Fifth Edition (2016) ; Author of Chapter 19 Unfair Prejudice for Gore Browne on Companies; an editor of the Court of Protection Law Reports




Member of STEP Central London; Chancery Bar Association; Family Law Bar Association


Ripon Grammar School; St Andrews University Modern History MA Hons