JOHN SPOONER

LL.B FCILEX ADv PSAr Fellow Duty Solicitor England and Wales 

Member of the International Bar Association

Law Is A Way Of Life

Overview And Experience

Chief Executive Officer And Foreign Affairs, Client Manager

The Chief Executive Officer and foreign affairs client manager, John, Is a British Lawyer and a Duty Solicitor for both Magistrates Court and Police stations in England and Wales authorised under the Duty Solicitor Scheme and a member of the Criminal Law Solicitors Association.

John is also a member of the International Bar Association.

His Rights of Audience extends from the Lower to the Senior Courts in England and Wales where he regularly appeared as defending Advocate in hearings and trials.

He completed his bachelor’s degree in Law (LL.B) in England where he received a First with Honors and went on to gain a Fellowship with distinction in both Family and Criminal practice (FCILEx Adv)

Formerly John has served within the Armed Forces and the Police Service in uniformed and specialist roles.

John is no stranger to Thailand having arrived in 2000 and having spent up to six months here per year until his permanent relocation here with his Thai wife and children.

John has been advising on law since 1989 and has  represented clients domestically and Internationally since 2007. John plays a vital role within the firm and as the foreign affairs client manager he conveys the advice provided by our Thai Lawyers to clients in respect of their case so that parties to proceedings understand the position clearly.

Johns wealth of worldwide  knowledge, experience and hands on expertise drives the firm in new directions and standards of professionalism, diversity, opportunity and breadth of legal services. Clients find John approachable, knowledgeable, understanding and passionate about their case or problem allowing the team to explore the best way to assist and represent our clients.

Contact John, or our team to arrange a conference to discuss your needs.

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084-471-5775

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