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Georgia Whiting

Year of call: 2011

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Georgia Whiting is a forward thinking and dynamic barrister and mediator with breadth of experience in civil law. Clients have described her as: ‘down to earth, a great communicator and highly professional.’

Areas of Practice

• Property
• Construction
• Commercial


Georgia accepts instructions in a wide range of property matters and her experience in construction law allows her to deal with linked issues relating to property rights arising in the course of planning and construction. In addition, she also represents both landlords and tenants in housing matters, often involving issues of disrepair.

Recent instructions have included

• Representing both landlords and tenants in various matters before the First-tier Tribunal (Property) Chamber.
• Obtaining an interim injunction for the removal of an unauthorised building on Council property.
• Advising in numerous leasehold enfranchisement matters.
• Drafting and advising in respect of claims pursuant to the Party Wall Act 1996, nuisance and trespass.
• Representing a large property developer in relation to the eviction of trespassers.
• Representing a pharmaceutical company in proceedings pursuant to the LTA 1954.

Georgia also writes for the LexisNexis Property Q & A Panel.


Georgia frequently advises and acts in relation to issues arising out of construction, property development and refurbishment. Additionally, she deals with related property matters, for example, claims in trespass, nuisance, and party wall act claims. She is also interested in all aspects of alternative dispute resolution and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Recent instructions have included

• Representing a large developer in an adjudication pursuant to the Scheme for Construction Contracts (England and Wales) Regulations 1998.
• Advising and drafting pleadings in an arbitration.
• Representing numerous clients in mediations arising from construction disputes.
• Obtaining a final charging order in the TCC in respect of a multi-million-pound construction dispute.
• Appearing in the High Court on behalf of a building company in a dispute relating to a statutory demand served pursuant to a personal guarantee.


Prior to her career as a barrister, Georgia Whiting worked in a City law firm where she gained experience in a number of areas of commercial law including:

• Representing SMEs that had been mis-sold complex interest rate hedges.
• Representing a client in proceedings relating to off-shore tax avoidance.
• Providing a legal auditing service to an insurance provider, most frequently in relation to the assessment of high-profile commercial litigation.
Georgia accepts instructions in relation to contractual and commercial disputes including insolvency, bankruptcy, partnership disputes, and professional negligence.
Recent instructions include:

• Representing the Defendant in respect of injunctive proceedings relating to intellectual property rights.
• Representing numerous clients in respect of insolvency and other company matters.
• Representing the claimant in a professional negligence claim against their former solicitor.
• Representing airlines in contractual and regulatory claims brought by passengers.
• Advising in respect of fraudulent deeds and other documents.


Georgia is a CEDR Accredited Mediator. As a barrister, she has amassed significant experience representing parties at mediations and other forms of dispute resolution, as well as having studied the benefits of ADR whilst undertaking a part-time MSc in Construction and Dispute Resolution at King’s College London. Against that background and industry specific experience, she brings with her enthusiasm, warmth, and creativity.

Georgia undertakes public access work. For further information please contact


2015-2017 King’s College London, MSc in Construction and Dispute Resolution- Merit
2010-2011 College of Law, Bloomsbury, BPTC- Very Competent
2017-2010 University of Exeter, LLB Law- 2:1

Cooking, attending the theatre, and socialising. Georgia has also begun to accrue the requisite number of hours to become a qualified glider pilot.


• Numerous articles published by LexisNexis can be found at
• The perennial problem of pure economic loss (co-authored), Construction Law, December 2019.
• Fracking case law and its relevance to construction (co-authored), Construction Law, June 2019.
• Safe as houses: fire safety and the legislative regime (two-part article co-authored), Construction Law, May 2019.

Professional Memberships
• CEDR, Fellow of CIArb, Society of Construction Law, King’s College Construction Law Alumni, Property Bar Association, Bar Pro Bono Unit

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