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Ian joined Ellisons in January 2018 as an Associate in the Dispute Resolution team, specialising in construction and regulatory law. He was promoted to Partner in 2020.
Ian graduated from the University of Nottingham and completed his LPC at the College of Law in London. He was a trainee solicitor at the Crown Prosecution Service, before working in the public sector, for local authorities and a police force, for 11 years. Ian entered the private sector in 2007, joining a Suffolk-based firm specialising in construction, regulatory, licensing and general commercial litigation.
Ian is a keen cyclist, particularly mountain biking. Ian has organised various bike-related sponsored events, often involving unwilling colleagues on the back of his tandem. Ian is a former contributor to two legal publications, namely Paterson’s Licensing Acts (2005) and Stone’s Justices’ Manual (2007).
We were impressed by the professionalism demonstrated by Mr Seeley and by his presence at the hearing. We felt we had achieved as good a judgment as was possible in the circumstances and that Mr Seeley had obtained a very satisfactory result for us.
Licensing Law Client
Ian was super, super helpful, concise and knowledgeable. Although he didn’t give us the outcome we hoped for, he did help us out and we are thankful for the contact.
Ian provided us with clear and timely advice and put our whole family at ease. His advice was accurate and simply explained and ultimately the outcome achieved was as good as it was possible to obtain.
Regulatory Law Client
Ian reacted quickly to our assignment…he provided us with succinct advice [and] continued to support us as we entered negotiations, steering us through a number of potential problems and checking at regular intervals that we had everything we needed. With his expert advice and guidance, the matter was concluded to the satisfaction of all parties. The Directors of Brennan Limited have no hesitation in recommending Ian Seeley.