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Jeremy Cousins QC

Call: 1977 | Silk: 1999

Queen's Counsel

Jeremy Cousins QC specialises in substantial commercial, commercial chancery (including trusts), banking and professional negligence disputes.

He has appeared in numerous leading cases, including the very important and well-known banking and solicitors’ breach of trust case AIB v Redler in the Supreme Court, the major, and very high value, banking dispute in Rosserlane v Credit Suisse and, most recently, in Dreamvar v Mishcon de Reya, a landmark case on solicitors’ breach of trust and negligence in conveyancing transactions, which led to the rewriting of the Law Society’s Code for Completion by Post in 2019. Jeremy is consistently recommended by the leading legal directories across his core practice areas.

"He is statesmanlike and has a very nice manner about him. You just learn a lot from him."

Chancery: Commercial, Chambers UK Bar 2019