James Normington is an established chancery and commercial practitioner. He brings together insightful understanding of the legal and factual aspects and makes complex matters easy to understand for the lay client. He enjoys teaching and lecturing on all aspects of his practice with a passion for wills, trusts, ecclesiastical law, conveyancing, land law and laws relating to burial grounds.
James Normington has lectured on a range of subjects including Costs, Easements, Chancel Repair Liability, Trusts of Land & Chancery Procedure & Protocol. He is also available to give seminars and training upon request.
James is also a non-executive director of England’s largest Credit Union. He also served 11 years as an officer in the Royal Air Force Reserves.
James is the published author of Digital Assets and Probate: A Practitioner’s Guide
"He has a niche interest in the law relating to burial grounds."
Legal 500 2017 (Commercial, Banking, Insolvency & Chancery)
"Recommended for cross-border litigation and matters concerning carriage of goods by land and sea."
Legal 500 2016 (Commercial, Banking, Insolvency & Chancery)
"Recommended for regularly dealing with commercial, contractual, insolvency and partnership disputes."
Legal 500 2015 (Commercial, Banking & Insolvency)
"Effective chancery and commercial counsel."
Legal 500 2014 (Commercial, Banking & Insolvency)