Lindsey Whittle

Lindsey is a Trainee Solicitor in the Real Estate Litigation Team.

Lindsey deals with a variety of real estate matters for commercial and residential clients. In particular dealing with sales and purchases, lease renewals licences to assign and licences to alter.

Previously a paralegal in the Real Estate Litigation Department, Lindsey was part of the team that dealt with a high-profile case preventing Cavell House, a grade II listed building in central London, becoming occupied by “Occupy London” group on Christmas Eve (Greencap Limited v Persons Unknown), with defending proceedings issued by the Port of London Authority in relation to ancient moorings on the River Thames  and instructed in relation to a service charge claim against Westminster City Council for over £2million.


Browne Jacobson LLP – 2012 – 2013 – paralegal. Yianis Group: 2013 – 2014 – in-house paralegal. Hamlins LLP: 2014 – present.


Kings College London (2006 – 2009) – LLB Hons. University of Law – LPC (2017) – commendation.