Ian Beeby

Call: 2008

Practice areas

Public Access : Yes

Education

  • BSc (Honours) Physics with Electronics, University of Southampton, 1984
  • LLB (Honours) Law, The Open University, 2005
  • Bar Vocational Course, City Law School, 2008
  • Admitted to the Roll of Solicitors on 1st August 2012
  • Higher Rights of Audience (Criminal, 2013, Civil 2014)
  • Full waiver from pupillage granted in 2014

Background

Civil practitioner with a highly technical background, having previously worked in the defence electronics and telecommunications sectors as a technologist and management consultant.

Ian specialises in data protection and information privacy (GDPR) and has been advising several clients in relation to compliance with this legislation.

His general civil work includes commercial and contractual disputes, property disputes, insolvency and general debt recovery work. He has experience in landlord and tenant matters.

Ian is particularly suited to matters with a technical background. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, a Chartered Engineer and a Registered European Engineer and is a member of the Institute of Physics Chartered Engineer accreditation panel.

Civil

Specialist in Data Protection and Information Privacy Law

Civil common-law practitioner; Contract, Property, Insolvency (Corporate and Individual), Commercial, Housing

Crime

Defence work in Magistrates’ Court and appeals and sentencing in Crown Court

Magistrates’ Court prosecution, Crown Court appeals (CPS Level 1 Prosecutor)

Reported Cases

Elleray v Bourne & Hanning [2018] UKUUT 3 (LC) – dispute regarding the purchase of a park home and the calculation of site owners’ commission.

Memberships

  • The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
  • South Eastern Circuit
  • Public Access Bar Association
  • BACFI

Languages

French (conversational)

Interests

Audiophile, wine, amateur radio, classic cars, motor boating

Ian Beeby
10 King's Bench Walk
Temple
London EC4Y 7EB
(t) +44 (0)20 7353 7742
(f) +44 (0)20 7583 0579
(DX) 24 LDE

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