Stuart Wright has a dedicated civil practice, with particular expertise in Property Law.
Stuart appears in a wide variety of housing related actions, with a particular emphasis on sensitive cases, often relating to anti-social behaviour. He is often ‘Counsel of choice’ to act in cases involving vulnerable tenants including those with mental health problems or other forms of disability in light of his particular expertise working with vulnerable people. Prior to joining Chambers Stuart spent 1½ years helping to develop advocacy support services in London to empower adults with learning disabilities and mental health problems. His sensible and compassionate approach is supported by his first-rate client care.
Complementing and extending from his substantial housing law experience Stuart is instructed in a number of wider Property Law matters in both the County Courts and Leasehold Valuation Tribunals (LVT), including cases involving Business Tenancies, Leasehold enfranchisement, Service Charge disputes, Management issues and so on.
Stuart is also often instructed in relation to Insolvency (both Personal & Corporate) and general Contract disputes.
Stuart is a member of the Housing Law Practitioners Association and Personal Injuries Bar Association. In his spare time Stuart particularly enjoys travel, diving, jet skiing and is a member of his local gym.
Deals with commercial and contract disputes and also has strong expertise in property law and personal injury work. “He handles all cases very efficiently and well.” (Chambers and Partners 2014)
“Personal injury specialist Stuart Wright ‘is clear and concise in his advice.” (The Legal 500 2013)
Stuart Wright also wins praise from solicitors who need a commercial litigator that knows the region well. “Confident and reliable,” he is sought out by clients faced with commercial and contractual disputes of many different types. (Chambers and Partners 2013)