Alison qualified as a solicitor in 1988. After a period of time working in private practice, undertaking housing law, general litigation work and family work, she joined the not for profit sector in 2005, as a Housing Solicitor and Supervising Solicitor for a Legal Aid Franchise. At this stage she began specialising in Housing Law with a particular interest in Homeless Law. She has dealt with cases covering all aspects of Housing Law for both Landlords and tenants, and continues this important work at LFL, where she is the Head of Housing and Debt Litigation.
Tanya is a Specialist Litigation Supervising Solicitor within the LFL’s highly successful litigation team. During the three years in which she has worked at at the company, she has built up extensive experience practicing Housing, Debt and Welfare Benefits law, but now focuses primarily on undertaking Housing Law casework and representation, with a particular speciality in assisting with serious disrepair issues.
Tom Bradley is a Specialist Litigation Solicitor at Law for Landlords.
He specialises predominantly in Housing Law and has assisted with hundreds of possession cases. He has represented clients from all over the UK and also has experience in training staff in Housing Law.
Tom has studied law in both the UK and France and is a confident French speaker.
Charlotte is a Specialist Litigation Supervisor working in the LFL Litigation Team. She has been with the company for more than 5 years, working in the social welfare law teams, having graduated from Swansea University in 2009 with a law degree (LLB). Charlotte has worked on a variety of Housing cases with an emphasis on possession matters, specialising in cases where Anti Social Behaviour is a factor.
Senior Solicitor & Director of Litigation Services
Lisa is a Solicitor and a Director at Law for Landlords. She has a background in Social Welfare Law and has worked in both public and private sectors.
Lisa qualified as a solicitor in 1998 working in a social welfare law practice, specialising in debt & welfare benefit matters. 2002 saw her become an adviser and trainer for the Community Specialist Advice Line service.
During late 2008 Lisa, along with two other women directors, started Ty Arian – a social welfare law firm. During 2009 Lisa was appointed Head of the Welfare Benefits team, which at its peak employed over thirty specialist staff alone. 2014 saw an appointment as Head of Litigation Services at Ty Arian, her present role.
Lisa was appointed as a fee paid Tribunal Judge in 2013 and currently sits on a part-time basis.
Senior Solicitor & Managing Director
Helen Williams is the firm’s Managing Director. She has an impressive track record of award winning legal advice delivery in Private Practice and a commitment to delivering high quality, cost effective services to landlords. Having qualified in 1996, Helen went on to head a social welfare law department in 1999. Her committment to excellence was recognised in 2004 when she won the prestigious Solicitor of the Year in Private Practice award at the Welsh Law Awards in Cardiff. The following year Helen went on the win the prized Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year award at the National Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards in London. During 2006 Helen was appointed Business Development Manager at a large legal aid practice. 2008 saw a move to the not-for-profit sector with an appointment as Director of a Women’s Aid charity.
2009 was an exciting year when Helen, along with two other women directors, founded Ty Arian Ltd. (Solicitors), a social welfare law practice focusing primarily on public sector contracts.
Helen was appointed as a fee paid Tribunal Judge in 2013 and currently sits on a part-time basis.
Recognising the need for high quality landlord advice in this area, Helen was instrumental in the formation of Law for Landlords and firmly believes that each and every landlord, whether they have one or a hundred properties, should be able to access high quality, affordable legal advice when they need it.
Hannah is a Specialist Litigation Caseworker and a part of the LFL litigation team.
She has worked at the company for three years where she has practiced Debt and Housing Law and general Litigation. She now specialises predominantly in Housing Law, assisting in particular with possession matters, and assisting landlords to recover possession of their property and helping landlords comply with the lawful process to recover possession. She usually appears in County Court and has assisted clients across the UK.