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Chris Holt

SOLICITOR

Chris has over twenty years’ experience in the areas of Criminal Law , Mental Health and Family Law.

Prior to joining THB  Solicitors , Chris was a partner at a High Street Legal aid practice in East London, for a period of 10 years, where he was a Duty Solicitor and the partner responsible for the Criminal Department. During this period, Chris was able to build up a large and loyal own client following in East London and the Essex borders.

Chris also practised regularly in the areas of Mental Health and Family Law. Chris was a member of the Law Society’s Mental Health Panel, and has represented both civil and forensic clients for over ten years.

In the area of Family Law, Chris has had varied experience, representing clients in both Public law and Private law matters.

Where at all possible, Chris regularly conducts  his own advocacy.

Chris now practises in Crime. Chris has a passion for advocacy and enjoys representing clients whatever the tribunal may be.

Chris is able to draw on his wide experience gained from his many years practising in East London, and his clients can be assured of the highest quality of advice and representation from the commencement of a case to its conclusion.

Aside from his casework  Chris has been a member of a number of committees which are connected to the area of Criminal Law , and a past CLAS assessor and Peer reviewer for the Legal Services Commission.

Through  his past membership of these committees, and his past Supervisory Roles, Chris has shown his commitment to access to Justice and the provision of legal aid.

Chris Holt

Address

81a High Road
Benfleet
Essex
SS7 5LN

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