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GT Stewart file claim for judicial review challenging decision of the Law Society – Update

8 August, 2018

The Law Society has conceded that Rebecca Hill of this firm had undertaken the required amount of professional development which is required to be reaccredited on the Mental Health Scheme and GT Stewart Solicitors has therefore withdrawn its claim in the High Court for judicial review. Rebecca Hill has today received confirmation from the Law […]

Leeds Crime Team Nominated in the Yorkshire Legal Awards 2018

3 August, 2018

We’re delighted to announce that our Leeds crime team have been nominated in the criminal law category of the Yorkshire Legal Awards 2018. This is a fantastic achievement for the team and recognises the great results they have achieved for our clients over the past 12 months and our continued commitment to providing access to […]

Video Link Justice

17 April, 2018

Greg Stewart was a signatory to a letter printed in today’s Times newspaper following the sentencing of a 17-year-old boy to ten years’ imprisonment by video link. VIDEO-LINK JUSTICE Sir, Recently a 17-year-old boy was sentenced to ten years’ imprisonment by video link, without consultation with his youth offending team officer. The boy will have […]

Jane Pritchard joins GT Stewart Solicitors & Advocates as a management consultant

2 March, 2018

We are delighted to announce that Jane Pritchard has joined GT Stewart Solicitors & Advocates as a management consultant to assist with compliance, GDPR and our case management. Jane will brings her lengthy experience of legal aid practice as both practitioner and management to the role as well as her unrivalled knowledge of Tikit P4W. […]

Greg Stewart appears on the Victoria Derbyshire Show

21 February, 2018

Yesterday morning Greg Stewart contributed to a discussion on ‘upskirting’ on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show. The discussion focused on campaigners calling for a specific law to criminalise the act. Following his appearance he commented ‘Whilst taking photographs is not generally a criminal offence it is likely to become one if campaigners succeed in tidying up this […]

Sentence Quashed on Appeal

14 February, 2018

On Thursday 8 February, Thom Dyke, of 9 Gough Square Chambers successfully represented JO, a GT Stewart client, in an application for an appeal against sentence at the Court of Appeal. JO had pleaded guilty to breach of a ten year old restraining order and was sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment. JO’s trial solicitors and […]