Chancery Law, both advisory work and litigation (including Land Registry Adjudications). Also member of Chambers' Business, Agriculture and Mental Health Groups. Jacqueline has a specialist interest in the following:-
- Land law including restrictive covenants, easements, rights of way, sale of land
- Equity and trusts including constructive trusts and proprietary estoppel
- Wills, succession, administration of estates and family provision claims
- Landlord and tenant
- Professional negligence in chancery related matters
Deputy District Judge 2002
- Chancery Bar Association
- Northern Chancery Bar Association
- Bar Pro Bono Unit
- Middle Temple
LECTURES & SEMINARS
- 2011 "Contentious Probate" - Solicitors For the Elderly (Teesside).
- 2009 “Proprietary Estoppel – There is a Limit” (as part of the Chancery and Commercial Seminar at Sunderland, Teesside, Carlisle and Newcastle),
- 2008 Tees Valley Law Society Seminar “A Trust In The Family – Practical And Conveyancing Implications” (Constructive Trusts in the context of cohabitees and family members).
- 2004 “Securing Provision from an Estate – Aiming at the Right Target”, topics “The Substantial Validity of Wills, and “Family Provision” (Teesside and Newcastle).
- 2001 “Benefit Of Land Covenants - Contracts (Rights Of Third Parties Acts) 1999” and “Lands Tribunal Applications“ as part of Seminar on Restrictive Covenants (Carlisle and Whitehaven).
LLB King’s College London
Between 2000 - 2012 Member of Legal Services Commission Funding Review Panel (adjudicating on appeals from refusal of public funding).
Teaching part-time on the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at Northumbria University including Chancery option.