I advise a diverse range of clients concerning their housing rights, both under private and legal aid funding. I provide friendly, practical and clear advice, and am committed to ensuring my clients achieve the best possible result in their cases.
Jodie advises a broad range of clients with housing and property disputes. She also undertakes legal aid work for individuals including defending possession proceedings, judicial review, homelessness appeals, suitability reviews of accommodation and disrepair claims.
Jodie is also advising and representing some of those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in the ongoing Inquiry.
Jodie joined Russell-Cooke LLP in September 2015, upon her qualification as a solicitor.
Jodie has a keen interest in social justice and volunteers at the Citizens’ Advice Bureau.
Jodie listened to me, was very proactive and always made sure I was aware of what she planned to do.
- Evictions: advising tenants of the West Hendon estate regarding threatened evictions due to the regeneration of the area
- Applications for housing: assisting homeless clients to make applications for housing to their local authority
- Local authority appeals: helping clients to appeal local authority decisions with regard to their eligibility for housing
- Housing suitability: advising disabled and vulnerable clients with regard to the suitability of their housing
- Possession proceedings: assisting landlords and tenants regarding possession proceedings
- Breaches of covenant: advising and representing lessors and lessees regarding breaches of covenant
She is all about finding solutions, resolving matters and delivering a positive outcome.
- Obtained a degree in English literature from Warwick University
- Achieved distinctions in both her GDL and LPC
Jodie Green explained the process of legal aid with great care and attention to detail, and in so doing, managed expectations. This practice has many areas of expertise and is therefore an excellent one stop destination for most legal issues.
- Member of the Housing Law Practitioners’ Association
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Cladding scandal: as the Grenfell inquiry resumes, what did government ministers know? - The Sunday Times
Grenfell survivor tells of disgust at bosses' evidence - The Sun