Chambers is delighted to announce that Kester Lees has been awarded the rank of King’s Counsel
Chambers is delighted to announce that Kester Lees has been awarded the rank of King's Counsel and will formally be sworn in at a ceremony at Westminster Hall on 18th March 2024.
Kester was called to the Bar 2010 and is a property litigation specialist, with vast trial experience and a burgeoning appellate practice including appearing twice in the Supreme Court. His practice encompasses all areas of commercial and residential property law with particular expertise in development disputes, rights to light, dilapidations, the Telecommunications Code, covenant disputes, landlord and tenant, professional negligence,insolvency, mortgages, title rectification and property related tax work.
Kester has been Co-Editor for Casenotes for The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, the leading property law journal. He is a Contributing Editor to the Woodfall Bulletin and also regularly contributes to the Landlord and Tenant Review.
He is a sought-after advocate and popular with clients and he is recognised by the legal directories for his property litigation and telecommunications work.
In the latest Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2024 it says "Kester Lees is pretty much unparalleled at his level of call. He has a voracious appetite for unlocking knotty problems and almost always finds new ways of looking at things that make a difference."
In the Legal 500 2024 UK Bar Guide Kester is commended for his cross examination and commercial advice: “Kester is superb on his feet – a highly effective cross-examiner and all round advocate. He is equally as impressive on papers and always gives solid commercial advice.”
You can see Kester’s profile here.
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