Ian Procter formed Green Solicitors having spent 15 years with one of the areas largest litigation practices. Ian felt it was time to offer his services to clients through a specialist practice and formed Green Solicitors.

Ian Procter is a solicitor advocate who has practiced Law since 1998 and specialises in Litigation.

Ian is regularly instructed in cases that involve land related disputes such as rights of way, boundary disputes and ownership / adverse possession. Ian’s other areas of practice include commercial disputes between people in business and harassment/neighbour disputes.

Ian is a grade ‘A’ solicitor as defined by representatives of the Supreme Courts Costs Office, The Association of District Judges and The Law Society. He has the extra Law Society accreditation of ‘High Court Advocate – all Courts’, which means that in common with barristers he is entitled and qualified to appear in the senior courts in England and Wales (unlike normal solicitors).

A serious advocate, Ian is frequently instructed to appear in Courts and Tribunals by clients directly and other firms, Ian has experience before The Court of Appeal – latterly the widely reported case of Davill v Pull & Anor [2009] EWCA Civ 1309 (10 December 2009)  – The Employment Appeal Tribunal, Mostyn v SP Casuals Ltd UKEAT/0158/17/JOJ. The High Court, The County Court, The Employment Tribunal, The Adjudicator to Her Majesty’s Land Registry, The Transport Commissioner and The Magistrates Court on matters of planning and regulation.

Ian’s practice in litigation is national and he is well known in Cumbria and the South Midlands, his office is in Lancashire.

Little known facts

Ian was a consultant engineer prior to joining the legal profession, he is a qualified electrician and former motorcycle race competitor; he also keeps sheep and hens!

References and legal background of Ian Procter