Welcome to Teacher Stern

Teacher Stern is a leading full service commercial law firm based in Holborn, London. We are focused on meeting our clients’ objectives and expectations in each area of our practice. We take the time to gain a thorough understanding of our clients’ businesses and their goals; and by adopting this approach, we provide our clients with clear and pragmatic solutions that go beyond legal advice.

Our lawyers aren’t just experts in their respective fields and sectors. They are accomplished, considered lawyers with well-rounded commercial experience who have the ability and determination to add value to our clients’ businesses. It’s often this added value that our clients cherish most.

News & Insight from our Blog

New Partners at Teacher Stern

May 1st, 2019|Comments Off on New Partners at Teacher Stern

We are delighted to announce that Nazia Hussain and Michael Reiner will become partners today. Nazia Hussain joined the firm in 2008 and throughout that time has strengthened her technical [...]

More Rules About Documents

April 8th, 2019|Comments Off on More Rules About Documents

No doubt you have heard enough about the new GDPR rules to abide by, as well as the updates you need to make to your internal policies and procedures to [...]

Teacher Stern Partner Appointed as Deputy District Judge

March 21st, 2019|Comments Off on Teacher Stern Partner Appointed as Deputy District Judge

Partner Samuel Rippon has been appointed as a Deputy District Judge by the Lord Chief Justice. The role involves a wide jurisdiction which is the same as that of a [...]

The importance for construction professionals maintaining accurate records and the losses which can flow, according to new Technology & Construction Court judgment

March 19th, 2019|Comments Off on The importance for construction professionals maintaining accurate records and the losses which can flow, according to new Technology & Construction Court judgment

A recent judgment handed down by the Technology & Construction Court in Freeborn & Goldie v Dan Marcal Architects [2019] EWHC 454 (TCC) is significant in a number of respects, [...]

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