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22nd June, 2015

James Fryer-Spedding qualifies as a CEDR accredited mediator

Chambers is pleased to announce that James Fryer-Spedding has attained CEDR accreditation as a mediator.

James Fryer-Spedding has practised at the Bar for nearly 20 years as a chancery/commercial litigator. He aims to develop a mediation practice in the same area of work.

Chambers & Partners 2015 (Northern Bar, Commercial Dispute Resolution) described James Fryer-Spedding as “…very good with clients, and is able to offer practical solutions which are well received by both clients and solicitors… He’s very highly regarded”.

The same directory (Northern Bar, Chancery) reads “He is an extremely sound lawyer. He deeply immerses himself in the cases that he is instructed in, and has a very client-friendly manner.”

Click here to view James Fryer Spedding's profile.



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