A Jersey advocate, Jonathan Speck specialises in commercial litigation, principally involving contentious and non-contentious trust cases, about which he has written and lectured around the world.
Speck was called to the English Bar in 1990 (currently non-practising) and, after returning to Jersey, was sworn in as a Jersey advocate in 1994.
He is a member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists and of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.
‘Jonathan Speck is a “top-notch litigator who is sensible and results-orientated”.’ — Chambers Global, 2014.
‘A first-rate lawyer: very good in court, commercially minded and a hugely charismatic figure, well liked by clients.’ — Chambers UK, 2014. Speck is also ranked in Chambers UK as the only Star Individual for Dispute Resolution in Jersey.
Speck is named as one of only 10 ‘Most Highly Regarded Individuals’ in the world and as ‘pre-eminent’ in the International Who’s Who of Private Client Lawyers, 2013.
‘Jonathan Speck is “in a class of his own”.’ — Legal 500, 2013.
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This material was sourced from the Mourant Ozannes website.
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