Neil Cadwallader

Call 1984

Neil maintains a broad chancery and commercial practice and is particularly noted for his expertise in property-related work. He is “a superb advocate with exceptional gravitas and erudition”, and “extremely constructive and creative”. Clients highly rate Neil’s “forensic skills and skilful cross-examination style”, noting that he is “someone who gets to grip easily with the details of document-heavy litigation.”

He is a Chancery Recorder, and a Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (Land Registration).

  • What the directories say
    • Very hardworking, and will leave no stone unturnedLegal 500
    • A superb advocate with exceptional gravitas and erudition.Legal 500
    • A really, really effective barrister who is excellent on partnership issues. He has a way of distilling cases down to their component parts and getting those points across to a judge in a superior fashion.Chambers & Partners UK
    • An excellent advocate who is a very thorough and safe pair of hands.Chambers & Partners UK
    • Hugely personable and refreshingly unflamboyant advocate.” He maintains a broad chancery and commercial practice and is particularly noted for his expertise in property-related work
      • Clients highly rate Neil's "forensic skills and skilful cross-examination style", noting that he is "someone who gets to grip easily with the details of document-heavy litigation
      Chambers & Partners UK
  • Qualifications & appointments

    MA (Cantab.), Dip. Law, FSALS, Registered Mediator (CEDR), FCIArb

  • Professional memberships
    • Chancery Bar Association
    • Property Bar Association
    • Professional Negligence Bar Association
    • CIArb
    • Northern Chancery Bar Association
    • Northern Circuit Commercial Bar Association
  • Education
    • Downside School 1972-1976
    • Pembroke College, Cambridge: Philosophy 1976-1980
    • The City University: Diploma in Law 1983
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