ABOUT STUART

Stuart Stevens
Barrister at Law

​​​In Brief

  • Called to the Bar in 2014

  • Member of Lincoln's Inn

  • Member of Erimus Chambers

  • Fully Insured with Bar Mutual

  • Full Data Protection Licence

  • Regulated by the Bar Standards Board

  • Public Access Qualified

Stuart was called to the Bar in early 2014 and has practised as a Barrister predominantly specialising in civil and contract disputes, personal injury and family matters since that time.

 

Based in Northampton, Stuart currently practises from Erimus Chambers in Luton and attends Court nationally throughout England and Wales.

Stuart works on a 'fixed fee' basis with all of his fees are agreed upfront before work is undertaken.  His fees are competitive with his peers across the Bar and are contingent upon the complexity and length of your case.

If you are a member of the public, you may consider instructing Stuart directly on a Public Access basis.

After completing his BA Hons history degree, Stuart completed his legal studies at the University of Law in London before undertaking pupillage at Holborn Chambers. 

 

Stuart completed a predominantly criminal pupillage under two pupil masters, Jon Mitchell and later Maria Gonzalez-Merello, before accepting tenancy at Holborn Chambers and remaining with them for two years.

Stuart has since and widened his practice having accepted tenancy with Erimus Chambers and now specialises in civil and contractual disputes, credit hire, personal injury and family work.

Stuart also sits as a trustee and board member of the Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Service which helps to support victims and survivors of domestic abuse.  Information about this service can be found here.

Stuart now accepts instructions from both solicitors and members of the public directly through the Public Access scheme.  He is known for his practical approach and has been commended for his attention to detail.

CONTACT STUART

 

Contact Stuart and his clerking team here.

Simply fill in your details and leave a brief message about your case.  Please try to include when your next hearing is.

 

Your message will be reviewed and we will aim to contact you within 48 hours.

If your case is suitable for Public Access instructions, Stuart provides a free 30 minute consultation to discuss the issues and merits of your case.