Jane Glass - Partner
"Jane Glass 'fights ferociously for her clients'" (The Legal 500, 2013)
"A leading light in the fraud market, Jane Glass is praised as being 'fantastically hard-working, dedicated, down-to-earth and brilliant with clients'." "…Her handling of cases … has led to her being described as a 'standout lawyer, very classy'." (Chambers UK, 2013)
"Those seeking 'a first class' lawyer who 'cares about getting it right' would do well to retain the services of Jane Glass ... has built a sound reputation for her ability to 'brilliantly handle clients through very heightened emotional circumstances'." (Chambers UK, 2012)
"Jane Glass 'brings in one great result after another' ... is 'selfless, devoted and exceptional'." (The Legal 500, 2011)
"Jane Glass is commended for her commitment to client service and her ability to handle unusual fraud cases." (Chambers UK, 2011)
"Jane Glass is greatly respected for the committed approach she applies to her cases” (Chambers UK, 2010)
Jane Glass is "highly efficient with great judgement." (Chambers UK, 2009)
Jane qualified as a solicitor in 1996, having previously worked for the firm as a paralegal. She was admitted to partnership in 1997.
Over the past 10 years, Jane has been involved in advising and representing defendants under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office, the Financial Services Authority, HM Customs & Excise (now merged into HM Revenue & Customs), the Royal Military Police and various police forces around the country including the Metropolitan Police Service and the City of London Police. Her particular area of expertise is preparing large, complex and high profile cases, which often involves working with other professionals (e.g. solicitors instructed on other aspects of the case, such as libel; Public Relations specialists; accountants and other experts).
Notable cases which Jane has prepared include the CWS and the Versailles cases, both prosecuted by the SFO; the AIT case prosecuted by the FSA; the Court Martial of the highest ranking army officer to face Court Martial proceedings as a result of serving in Iraq; and the horse race fixing case prosecuted by the CPS and investigated by the City of London Police.
Jane is a member of the Law Society and London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association.