Leslie Blohm QC

Year of Call: 1982

Year of Silk: 2006

Inn: Lincoln’s Inn

Judicial Office: Recorder 2003, Deputy High Court Judge (Chancery) 2008

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Leading chancery and commercial silk with an excellent reputation for his extensive experience at the Bar. ‘He is a first-class academic lawyer and an excellent court advocate.’ ‘He’s the go-to silk in this region, if not nationally, for proprietary estoppel matters.’ “

Chambers UK,  2020
Chancery

Leslie qualified as a mediator in January 2016. His background is predominantly commercial disputes and problems, and in particular those with a real property element including contracts for the sale of land, development and overage agreements, commercial landlord and tenant disputes and Town and Village Green applications. Leslie also acts in probate disputes, Inheritance Act claims and trust litigation, but is happy to mediate in any field.

Leslie acts as an independent party in the dispute resolution process to facilitate open discussion and reach consensus between the parties, without the need to go to court with all the added expense and aggravation.

Leslie is described by his peers as “a brilliant advocate and an exceptionally clever man. He is easy to get along with, supportive and practical.”

Appointments:

  • Member of the Editorial Board of The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer

Professional memberships:

  • Chancery Bar Association
  • PEBA
  • Property Bar Association

Qualifications & awards:

  • MA (Oxon), Hardwicke and Jenkins Scholar of Lincolns Inn (1982)