Myriam Stacey

year of call: 1998

Myriam Stacey was called to the Bar in 1998 and specialises in Property Litigation. She has a “classic” property law, litigation based practice covering all aspects of commercial and residential landlord and tenant and real property (including easements, restrictive covenants, landlord and tenant, mortgages, land registration, adverse possession, proprietary estoppel etc). Her practice also includes associated insolvency and professional negligence. Myriam also has experience of environmental law and recently acted as junior for a former landlord in a dilapidations / contamination of land claim against a well-known multi-national company which settled just before trial with the payment of over £5 million in damages.

Myriam joined Landmark in 2001 from a chancery/commercial chambers in Lincoln’s Inn and is recognised in the leading UK Legal directories. In Chambers & Partners 2012 Myriam is described as "efficient and personable" and “an innovator who has a lovely approach with clients and is very persuasive in court.” In the 2011 edition she is described as being a “very approachable and highly confident performer.”  The Legal 500 2012 describe her as being “persuasive in court” and she has been ranked as a leading Junior in property litigation in the Legal 500 2011, recommended for being "consistently excellent and very good on her feet". She is described in Chambers & Partners 2010 as "a serious contender" on account of her "rapid reactions and pragmatic approach. She always promotes her side of the case well to a judge" and in the Legal 500 2007 (“talented and approachable”, “a real prospect for the future”), 2008 ("succinct advice and excellent client management skills"), 2009 ("strongly recommended for complex property litigation") and 2010 (ranked as a leading junior).

Myriam has been nominated for Real Estate Junior of the Year at the Chambers & Partners Awards for 2013.

Examples of the type of property disputes in which Myriam has recently been involved include:

Commercial Landlord & Tenant/ Business Tenancies
Commercial Property Disputes
Proprietary estoppel/ Constructive trust
General Property Disputes
Professional Negligence

Myriam is an Editor of Hill & Redman, Co-editor of Bullen & Leake (Mortgages) and the RICS Guide to Lease Renewal. Click here for Myriam's LexisNexis profile.

She is also a member of the Chancery Bar Association, the Property Association and the Professional Negligence Bar Association.

Myriam can accept instructions under the Public Access scheme.


Myriam graduated with an LLB in Law and German from the University of Bristol. She also studied Law at Göttingen University, Germany.


01 Jan 2004

43 Crawford Street


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