Samuel Waritay

Samuel Waritay is a property and housing law barrister. He was called to the Bar in 1993 and initially had a wide ranging common law practice. In 1999 Samuel became a member of Arden Chambers, the leading social housing law chambers. Samuel subsequently joined Clerksroom Chambers, Barristers and Mediators which provides legal services nationally with a particular emphasis on direct access to the public.

Samuel also practices from Magdalen Chambers in Exeter.

Samuel is instructed by private individuals, local authorities, housing associations and commercial entities.

Publications

  • Housing Law contributor to Local Government Precedents and Procedures (Sweet & Maxwell/Thomson Reuters) 2001 to 2016
  • Co-author of Housing Law Update for New Law Journal (Butterworths) 2001 – 2005
  • Author of numerous articles for New Law Journal
  • Housing Law Update – Journal of Legal Executives 2005-2007
  • Other articles include “EPA and Contingency Fees’ Justice of the Peace No.11, Vat.164 March 15, 1999

Title: Barrister. Chair of the East Herts Black Parents Assembly
Company: Clerksroom Barristers and Mediators