Annual Conference – Best Non-Property Cases for Property Litigators



  1. These days the majority of legal professionals are very specialist in their area of practice. The better the quality their firm / chambers and work they do greater the likelihood and degree of specialism. Solicitors’ and Barristers’ familiarity with developments in the law are likely to be confined to those cases that impact most directly on their specialism. For most practitioners even their electronic alerts from the various legal know how providers operate by focusing on their identified specialist areas of interest.
  2. As a result the prospect of missing a case which is ostensibly related to another specialist area but which could be relevant to our own cases and area of practice keeps getting greater.
  3. This paper contains details of a number of relatively recent cases that fall into that category.

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Brie Stevens-Hoare QC