At Which? Legal, we pride ourselves on offering a truly personalised service, providing you with step-by-step advice to help you resolve your problem. Our team consists of qualified solicitors, non practising barristers and employment law specialists. They come from a variety of professional backgrounds and are among the UK's leading lawyers in consumer and employment law with over 200 practising years' experience between them. Our lawyers are regularly asked to give their legal opinion on TV, radio and in the press.
Espe joined Which? Legal in July 2006. She advises on all aspects of consumer law as well as holiday and travel law, tenancy advice, parking violations and neighbour disputes. In addition, she advises on employment law. Her previous experience is varied and spans from commercial law to criminal law.
Espe enjoys clarifying legal points for our members and advising them on the legal issues that affect everyday life.
Espe deals with media requests for Which? Legal, providing comment to journalists and interviews for local radio.
Dean read at Keele University. He is a fully qualified barrister and was called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of Inner Temple in 1999. He currently practices as a solicitor having cross-qualified in 2004.
Dean has always worked in the consumer law field, specialising in litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He has previously worked as a Legal Services Manager at Thomson Holidays and has a specialist knowledge and interest in holiday and travel law.
He is an experienced adjudicator having worked for many years as both an adjudicator and decision writer to the ombudsmen at the Financial Ombudsman Service. Dean is also a CEDR accredited mediator.
Louise is an experienced employment specialist. She trained and qualified as a solicitor in private practice. Shortly after qualifying, she became an in-house solicitor with a large public sector organisation, and within a couple of years she specialised in contentious and non-contentious employment law.
Louise joined Which? Legal in 2007 and brought with her the benefit of over ten years' experience of representing and advising both employers and employees. She has a breadth of experience and knowledge that enables her to provide members with both legal and practical advice on a broad spectrum of employment issues and disputes.
Maureen is one of the longest serving members of staff at Which? Legal.
Maureen is a qualified Barrister and was called to the Bar in 1996. She practised as a barrister specialising in civil litigation and crime before joining Which? Legal.
Now a specialist consumer lawyer, she provides telephone advice to members on a wide range of issues including insurance claims, mobile and telephone disputes, and parking matters. Maureen also advises on complaints arising from holiday and travel disputes, neighbour disputes and landlord law. Maureen is committed to helping consumers obtain justice and looks forward to speaking to and helping members with their queries.
Maureen is an avid reader, including legal reports and journals. Her hobbies include playing bridge, and watching horse racing and football.
Peter is one of our employment law specialists and deals solely with employment calls. He handles many different cases on a range of employment issues, from discrimination to dismissal.
Peter worked previously for the Fire Brigade as a retained firefighter and as a consumer rights advisor.
Peter qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and joined Which? Legal as a telephone advisor in January 2007. He advises on all aspects of consumer law, as well as giving advice on tenancy disputes and neighbour disputes.
Before joining Which? Legal, he worked for a number of years in a variety of legal roles within the insurance sector. For Peter, the most satisfying part of working for Which? is in helping a member resolve their dispute quickly and successfully.
Peter lives near the coast and enjoys walks by the sea with his family.
Richard started work with Which? Legal in August 2009. He provides advice to members by telephone and email on a wide variety of consumer law issues, as well as landlord and tenant problems.
Before joining Which? Legal, he worked for a number of years as a lawyer in private practice dealing with a range of civil and commercial litigation, as well as divorce, employment and criminal work. He also worked for the Magistrates Court.
Richard enjoys the opportunity to help members understand their legal rights. He finds feedback from members who have been able to resolve their problems following the advice very rewarding.
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