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

Teacher Stern receives additional recommendations in the 2016 Legal 500 rankings

September 21st, 2016|Comments Off on Teacher Stern receives additional recommendations in the 2016 Legal 500 rankings

Teacher Stern is delighted to announce being recommended in seven practice areas in this year's edition of the Legal 500, the leading guide to law firms in the UK. This [...]

Teacher Stern Welcomes New Dispute Resolution Partner

September 12th, 2016|Comments Off on Teacher Stern Welcomes New Dispute Resolution Partner

Philip Rubens has joined Teacher Stern as a Partner in our Dispute Resolution department. He moved from the respected financial services litigation boutique firm, Cooke, Young & Keidan. Philip has [...]

Barclays and Bank of Scotland could face legal action over shared appreciation mortgage scandal

September 7th, 2016|Comments Off on Barclays and Bank of Scotland could face legal action over shared appreciation mortgage scandal

Banking giants Barclays and Bank of Scotland are facing potential court action over allegations they misled customers taking shared appreciation mortgages in the 1990s. Christopher Philpot, a solicitor at Teacher [...]

IHT to be Charged on UK Residential Property Owned by an Offshore Company or Trust

August 31st, 2016|Comments Off on IHT to be Charged on UK Residential Property Owned by an Offshore Company or Trust

What are the changes? The Government is consulting on changes which will mean that non-domiciles can no longer escape a UK IHT charge on UK residential property by owning it [...]