My employer clients range from sole traders and start-ups through to multinationals, including retailers, manufacturers and professional services providers. I will understand your particular needs and help you to resolve disputes in a way that minimises costs and the impact on your business.
I recognise that being involved in a legal dispute can be a stressful experience. You can expect straightforward practical advice from me to help make the process as clear as possible.
Unlike a solicitor, I do not manage clients’ cases on their behalf: you will still need to gather documents and correspond with the other side yourself. I will instead offer my services where you most need them – which may take the form of advice, drafting or representation in court. This way of working enables you to keep legal costs under control.
Litigation can also be expensive, but I aim to be cost-effective and transparent about fees. I will always discuss fees with you before undertaking work, and wherever possible I will try to agree a fixed fee with you in advance.
I have extensive experience in the areas of employment, property and housing law. I have been practising in these fields for over four years since I qualified as a barrister.
I work as a self-employed barrister at 42 Bedford Row Chambers. I can help you at all stages of a legal dispute, including by:
- Advising you on the strength of your case and what outcomes you can expect from it
- Helping you to negotiate a favourable settlement
- Drafting formal documents for use in litigation
- Representing you in court or tribunal if your dispute cannot be resolved informally
What my clients say
“Within my twenty years of dealing with a variety of lawyers, very few have come across the way that Stefan presents himself and his client, putting their interests and welfare first”.
Professional & academic
I studied Law at Cambridge University and took the Bar Professional Training Course at Kaplan Law School. I am a member of the Employment Law Bar Association and the Social Housing Law Association.