Chris is a conveyancing executive working within the residential conveyancing team here at EHL Solicitors.
Having a postgraduate diploma in law from London Metropolitan University and the Legal Practice Course certificate from Nottingham Law School, along with his many years of experience working in the industry and conveyancing firms, this has given Chris the essential skills and knowledge to be able to deal with any type of property transaction.
Before joining EHL, Chris became a finalist in two mooting competitions and reached the final of the London Metropolitan CPE mooting competition and has had his arguments upheld by Lord Walker of Gesingthorpe in the final of the Lady Olivier Mooting Cup.
Chris is dedicated to providing a high quality of customer service and goes above and beyond to achieve his client's goals and targets. If you would like to get in touch his email address and contact phone number are to the left of the page (under his profile picture).
Chris Barber is based at our Market Harborough solicitors branch.
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Simmons & Simmons Mentorship Scheme (11/2004 – 06/2005)
Law Postgraduate Diploma - London Metropolitan University
LPC - Nottingham Law School