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Jamie Lester

Partner

T: 0207 842 1455 (DDI)
T: 0207 583 2222
M: 07787 291052 E: jamie.lester@roydswithyking.com

Jamie is a partner in our Dispute Resolution team based in London, specialising in complex high value matters across a broad spectrum of clients from entrepreneurs and corporates to private individuals and family offices.



About Jamie

Jamie specialises in complex high value matters in the areas of professional negligence, corporate & commercial, risk management, insolvency, insurance, intellectual property, group actions trusts, Wills and probate, property and employment law.

The Legal 500 UK describes Jamie as “very thorough, has creative legal mind and provides an excellent service to clients”

Memberships

  • Law Society – Civil Litigation Section
  • American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI)
  • RAIIDAR International (Recovering Assets, Insolvency, Investigations, Disputes and Restructing)

Interests

Jamie has a passion for sport – especially football (long-suffering supporter and season ticket holder for Tottenham), golf, tennis and squash. He also loves travelling and is an avid reader and film fan.

I love to add real commercial value for clients who sometimes find themselves so absorbed in a dispute that they can lose sight of the bigger picture.

Jamie Lester

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