Naomi Winston’s busy practice covers litigation, drafting and advisory work with a focus on partnership, Court of Protection and probate matters.
Naomi has a broad experience of property disputes, both real property and landlord and tenant, including proprietary estoppel and trusts of land, rights of way, restrictive covenants, manorial right disputes, adverse possession, business tenancies and possession actions.
Prior to joining the Bar, Naomi worked as a research assistant in the Law Commission’s Family, Property and Trust Team, largely focusing on the Easements, Covenants and Analogous Rights Consultation Paper.
- Malik v Fassenfelt  EWCA Civ 798;  3 EGLR 99 (CA): Acting for the landowner in possession claim against trespassers, concerning how proportionality under Article 8 of the ECHR should be applied in the case of a private land owner, the rule that trespassers must be dispossessed forthwith and s 89 of Housing Act 1980.
- Walker v Burton  EWCA Civ 1228;  3 EGLR 129 (CA): Case concerning rectification of the register to correct a mistake under Land Registration Act 2002, Sch 4, para 6(2) arising out of the registration of title of a lordship.
- Kahlon v Isherwood  EWCA Civ 602;  2 EGLR 23, (CA): Acting for the tenant on an appeal from a decision that a Tomlin order could amount to a prescribed form under the Housing Act 1988.
“Incredibly knowledgeable and full of energy.”
“She is fantastic on partnership and LLP work and her response time in fantastic.”
Chambers UK 2020
“At the top of the game for partnership and LLP work, and a pleasure to work with.”
Legal 500 2020
“Extremely bright with a deep and detailed knowledge of all things partnership and LLP, she brings huge enthusiasm and energy to all her cases.”
“Has displayed a very clear picture of her expertise in this area and is extremely client-friendly.”
Chambers UK 2019
“She has a commercial approach and provides great strategic advice.”
Legal 500 2018
‘A highly active and very well-regarded barrister with an established reputation as a junior counsel in key partnership cases, who continues to attract attention and admiration as a leading advocate and adviser in her own right.’
“Incredibly learned, very quick on the uptake and someone who gets up to speed in an incredibly short space of time.”
“Very bright and knowledgeable.”
Chambers UK 2018
“Extremely bright, with a deep and detailed knowledge of all things partnership and LLP, she brings huge enthusiasm and energy to all her cases.”
“Has an enthusiastic manner, is client-friendly and is clearly talented.”
Chambers UK 2017
“Has been attracting increasing acknowledgement from sources as a major figure on the partnership scene, having already made a name for herself supporting senior counsel in high-profile cases. Active in both contentious and advisory roles and an experienced drafter, she is also noted for the excellent relationships she establishes with clients and instructing solicitors.”
Chambers UK 2016
“Provides clear advice and is good with clients”
“She has impressive fingertip command of points of law and authorities”
“She is thorough and hardworking, and has a phenomenal brain. She keeps drilling down and drilling down until she gets the answer that she is looking for”
Chambers UK 2015
“Very easy to work with and a pleasure to instruct.”
Legal 500 2016
“She has enormous capability to turn work around quickly and is very capable in her field.”
The Legal 500 2015
- LLB (First), Leicester University
Associations & Memberships
- Association of Partnership Practitioners
- Chancery Bar Association
Naomi Winston is a self-employed, independent barrister whose practice is governed by the Code of Conduct of the Bar of England and Wales. She is regulated by The Bar Standards Board [Bar Ref 50785] and is fully insured with the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund [BMIF Ref 2360/061] to provide legal services, please refer to the BMIF website for full details of the world-wide cover provided. She is registered for VAT under the reference 938328691.