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Stuart Sleeman, Retired Circuit Judge

Stuart Sleeman


Retired Circuit Judge


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Having read Jurisprudence at Oxford, Stuart started out as a Barrister and then a Circuit Judge (1993-2012) on the S.E. Circuit.  He then became Deputy Circuit Judge until August 2014 and then a Section 9 Judge for all 3 Divisions of the High Court, also sitting for a time in the Immigration Appeal Tribunal. Stuart was Designated Family Judge for Surrey (2003-2012) and on 1st April 2014 was appointed as The Chair of BTAS, the Bar's Disciplinary Tribunal, for an initial term of 4 years.


Introduced to Vik by his wife's accountant, Stuart was impressed by Vik's quiet, measured and discreet manner, and his desire to use his professional skills with great care and integrity to help clients plan for their future in a tax efficient way. As a shareholder in Client Centric Wealth Stuart is now consulting on the development of Vik's proposition dedicated to Judges; the Judicial Wealth Efficiency Service.


Stuart is married to Elisabeth and they have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. He has a love of sport, particularly hockey and spends most of their 'holiday time' with family skiing. Stuart worships at Emmanuel Church in Wimbledon, is on the Church Council and holds a number of other roles including being a member of the Merton Deanery and Southwark Diocesan Synods.

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