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Wills & Trusts Law Reports (Subscription)

Our Price: £399.00 
Subscription Type: Anniversary Renewal
Classification(s): Equity & trusts; Wills & probate / Succession;
Product Code: LEGA01
Frequency: 04 Part(s) per year
Publisher: Legalease Ltd
Binding / Product Type: Law Report
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Wills & Trusts Law Reports is the sister publication to Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal. It is the only set of law reports specifically for the trusts and probate practitioner, providing up-to-date judgments with case-notes and editors' comments. It includes key offshore decisions and reviews of important UK judgments which have not previously received the attention they deserved.

Wills & Trusts Law Reports' editorial board brings together some of the profession's leading practitioners: Emily Campbell is a barrister at Wilberforce Chambers, Lincoln’s Inn. Her practice includes the advisory and litigation sides of trusts, estates and pensions law and associated taxation; Martyn Frost FCIB is director of Trenfield Trust & Estate Consulting Ltd; Toby Graham is a partner and head of the specialist contentious trusts and estates group at Farrer & Co; The Hon David Hayton LLD is a Justice of the Caribbean Court of Justice; Suzana Popovic-Montag LLB, TEP is the managing partner of the law firm of Hull & Hull LLP in Toronto, Canada, and specialises in capacity, trust and estate litigation; John Ross Martyn is an academic associate of New Square Chambers and Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn; Geoffrey Shindler OBE, MA, LLM is director at Old Trafford Consulting. He is also president of STEP; Matthew Slater is a Chancery barrister at 3 Stone Buildings. He is one of the attorney-general’s Treasury Counsel; Shân Warnock-Smith QC of 5 Stone Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn, London, specialises in advice and litigation connected with trusts, estates, charities and associated taxation; Richard Wilson is a barrister at 3 Stone Buildings, specialising in trusts, estates and tax.

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