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My name is Stuart Jessop and I am an experienced barrister who is a member of the prestigious London Chambers, 6 Pump Court.
Companies and members of the public can instruct a direct access barrister directly without the need for a solicitor but I, unlike most public access barristers, can offer the same legal services as a traditional litigation solicitor as well as acting as your barrister, giving advice and representing you in court, which means that you won't be passed around various people in a large law firm. I will be working with you on every aspect of your case, from the initial consultation and case preparation to representing you in court.
The main areas of law that I specialise in are:
By working with me directly, you will receive a cost effective service and benefit from a professional and personal service tailored to your needs, whilst being backed by a wealth of resources which are available to me as a member of 6 Pump Court Chambers.
As an experienced direct access barrister, I offer a range of legal services involving regulatory matters including health and safety law, noise nuisance and food law as well as licensing law and planning / environmental law.
For more information about the benefits of working with a public access barrister or to discuss your circumstances in more detail, please contact me today on 07771 541449 to or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BSC (1st), Dip.Law
"I specialise in three main practice areas: Licensing Law, Regulatory Law and Planning / Environmental Law"
I can offer a personal service tailored to your needs, whilst being supported by a wealth of resources and expertise as a member of the prestigious London Chambers, 6 Pump Court. Contact me today on 07771 541449.
23 January 2018
Stuart Jessop has recently represented a client who was successful in opposing an application for a sexual entertainment venue licence by the historic Windmill Strip Club based in Soho, with Westminster City Council taking the decision not to renew the licence.
27 October 2017
Stuart Jessop successfully represented the premises licence holder of a fast food establishment in the London Borough of Havering in his appeal against the decision of the Licensing Sub-Committee to revoke his licence after a review brought under the Prevention of Crime Objective.
I met Stuart when I was on the opposing side in a recent licensing appeal. Since that time Woods Whur have instructed him in matters, in the most recent of which he won and had costs awarded in our client's favour. I would have no hesitation in recommending him."
Mr. P Whur, London
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