Naomi Moore | Solicitor

I am a Solicitor-Advocate and I will be responsible for the conduct of your matter.


I practise as a Freelance Solicitor which is defined by the SRA as a self-employed Solicitor who practices in their own name. 

I have over eleven years experience (9 yrs PQE) working in housing and property law acting for charities and within the private and public sector acting for landlords and tenants.

I am the author of the Tenant's Rights Manual: The Essential Guide to Renting (1st Edition) and the Tenant's Rights Manual: The Essential Guide to the Law (2nd Edition) which advises tenant's on the law governing their tenancies. A copy is available to purchase here.

I am available to provide legal advice in connection with civil litigation, commercial and residential property law including advice to business start-ups. In addition I provide housing law seminars and training courses for housing professionals.

If you require litigation services and/or representation at Court I am currently unable to assist, however I am happy to make appropriate referrals to external Solicitors and Barristers.

I am authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) number:548869 and I am bound by the Solicitors Regulation Authority Code of Conduct 2011 which is available on the Solicitors Regulation Authority Website (

Contact details


07539 300 480

 Career and qualifications

  • London Metropolitan University

  • Middle Temple Queen Mother Scholarship

  • Admitted as a Solicitor in England & Wales 2012

  • Higher Rights of Audience (Civ)​ 2016

  • Previous experience working for charities and within the private and public sector

  • Author of "The Tenant's Rights Manual: The Essential Guide to Renting" (First Edition) and The "Tenant's Rights Manual:The Essential Guide to the Law" (Second Edition).


My vision is to provide excellent legal advice at affordable prices so that the law is accessible to all. I aim to do this by observing the following terms and conditions of business:

 What I will do:

  • I will respond to emails and letters within seven days of receipt. If I am not able to give a substantive reply within seven days, I will acknowledge your correspondence and give you a date by which you will receive a substantive reply.

  • If will return telephone calls within 24 hours or by the following Monday if your call is received on a Friday.

  • I will explain to you by telephone, email or in writing the legal work required as your case progresses.

  • I will explain to you at the outset how much your case will cost and I will update you on the cost of your case every three months.

  • I will update you on whether the likely outcomes still justify the likely costs and risks associated with your case whenever there is a material change in circumstances.

  • I will update you on the likely timescales for each stage of your. case  and any important changes in those timescales.

  • I will continue to review whether there are alternative methods by which your case can be funded.

  • I will review your case regularly and keep you updated via an agreed communication method as your case progresses.

  • I will advise you of any changes in the law that might affect your case and your  prospects of success.

  • I will advise you of any circumstances and risks of which I am aware or consider reasonably foreseeable that could affect the outcome of your matter.


 What you will do:

  • You will provide me with evidence of your identity and of the source of your funds, on request.

  • You will provide me with clear, timely and accurate instructions.

  • You will provide all documentation required to complete your case in a timely manner.


 Evidence of identity

The law requires solicitors to get satisfactory evidence of the identity of their clients and sometimes people associated with them.  This is because solicitors who deal with money and property on behalf of their client can be used by criminals wanting to launder  money.

To comply with the law, I need to get evidence of your identity as soon as possible. I will request either a copy of  your passport or  photo-card driving licence. 

The Tenant's Rights Manual: The Essential Guide to the Law (2nd Edition) is available to purchase now

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