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Greg Leckey

Call: 2022

Greg is a member of the Business & Property group at No5 Chambers.

He has been described as “excellent” and “brilliant” by instructing solicitors and lay clients, and has been praised for his quality of advocacy, attention to detail, ability to understand complex issues quickly and for the thoroughness of advice that he offers clients.

Greg regularly takes instructions for small claim and fast track trials, as well as interlocutory applications, CCMCs, possession hearings and winding up & bankruptcy petitions. He also has experience in successfully conducting multi-track trials over several days, and frequently appears in the High Court.

He has experience in conducting appeals within the County Court, both as an advocate at appeal hearings and in drafting the necessary written submissions prior to appeal.

Greg also has a busy paper practice, regularly drafting proceedings and producing written advice for professional and lay clients. He has drafted proceedings in a wide variety of matters, ranging from small claim disputes to multi-track proceedings in the High Court. Greg has also advised on multi-million pound disputes and has a busy mediation practice.

Prior to joining No5, Greg worked for the Office of the Public Guardian, where he assessed applications for Lasting Powers of Attorney.

Expertise

Business & Property

Greg takes instructions in the following areas:

  • Contract
  • Claims under the Consumer Credit Act 1974
  • Real Estate
  • Landlord & Tenant
  • Nuisance & Property Damage
  • Partnership
  • Trusts
  • TOLATA claims
  • Proprietary Estoppel
  • Claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
  • Will validity claims and probate actions
  • Construction of wills/contracts/leases
  • Shareholder actions and claims against liquidators
  • Personal and Corporate Insolvency
  • Insurance
  • Credit Hire

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  • Certificate of Honour, Middle Temple
  • City Law School, Bar Vocational Studies Scholarship
  • The Chartered Institute of Taxation Prize for the Law of Taxation
  • The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
  • Chancery Bar Association
  • Midland Chancery and Commercial Bar Asssociation
  • LLB, University College London – First Class Honours (2020)
  • LLM (Corporate & Commercial Law), The London School of Economics – Distinction (2021)
  • BVS, City Law School – Distinction (2022)
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Four pupils join No5 as full tenants

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Silence can be dangerous: Barton v Morris on Implied Terms

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Clerk Team

Danny Griffiths

Director of Clerking (Birmingham)

danielg@no5.com

07960 831815

Dan Woodbridge

Practice Director, Business & Property

danw@no5.com

07904 334814

Jordan Zaza

Business & Property Clerk

jordanz@no5.com

Daniel Birch

Business & Property Clerk

danielbirch@no5.com

Olivia McIntyre

Business & Property Clerk

oliviam@no5.com

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