Bio

Jeremy Wilding was educated at Hereford Cathedral School. He then read Law at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he was a choral scholar in the college’s famous choir, before entering private practice. He qualified as a solicitor in 1987 and has over 30 years’ experience. Most of his work (approx. 75%) relates to civil litigation/dispute resolution, but he advises on a wide range of legal matters including:-

  • Ecclesiastical Law
  • Contentious Probate/Wills/Trust cases
  • Contract claims
  • Land/Property disputes (including the Court of Appeal)
  • Business/Partnership litigation
  • Landlord and Tenant law and procedure
  • Company and Partnership law
  • Negligence Claims (including the Court of Appeal)
  • Charity/trust law

Appointments include:

  • Under Sheriff for Herefordshire
  • Past President of the Herefordshire, Breconshire and Radnorshire Law Society
  • Sometime Visiting Tutor in Law, Magdalen College, Oxford
  • Current Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Three Choirs Festival Society
  • Member of the Ecclesiastical Law Society
  • Member of the Selden Society

He is due to take up the additional position of Hereford Diocesan Registrar in the summer of 2020. The Diocesan Registrar is the Bishop of Hereford’s legal adviser as well as registrar of the diocesan synod – the governing council of the diocese. The role also involves giving legal advice on any decisions or issues including works to churches and churchyards across the diocese.  He will also be responsible for providing advice to parishes and church officers on the variety of legal matters which arise from time to time in parish life-supporting hundreds of churchwardens, clergy and PCC members about their various roles and duties.

In 2016 he was awarded an MBE by Her Majesty The Queen.

Contact

e-mail:- jwilding@gabbs.biz

Feedback

"Very professional" - Mr W, Ledbury

"Mr Wilding's help and advice were invaluable" - XYZ Trust, Herefordshire.

"We were very pleased with the satisfactory conclusion to the case and appreciated Mr Wilding's patience and efficiency" - Mrs H, Surrey.

 
 

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