Lucie Bryan

Lucie qualified in 2001 and joined the Housing Litigation and Management Team at Walker Morris in January 2017.

Lucie's dual qualification as a solicitor and environmental health officer provides her with a unique wealth of knowledge and experience in the housing arena.

Lucie has extensive housing litigation experience having represented both landlords and tenants in a wide range of matters including possession claims on grounds of rental arrears, housing conditions and prolific antisocial behaviour; injunctions; homelessness judicial review; hoarding, harassment, illegal eviction and disrepair claims and counterclaims. She has dealt with complex cases involving Human Rights and Equality Act issues and proceedings against tenants without capacity, requiring liaison with the official solicitor.
Contributed to


Assisting the homeless pre-3 April 2018 applications [Archived]
Practice notes

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. It sets out the main homelessness duties owed by local housing authorities (LHA) in England and Wales pre-implementation of the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 on 3 April 2018. It explains the different duties owed in England and Wales, together with the assistance offered in each jurisdiction and remains relevant for all English applications made prior to 3 April 2018. It is for background information only.

Practice areas


  • Solicitors Regulation Authority


  • Contributing Author


  • University of Salford BSc Environmental Sciences 2:1
  • CPE Leeds Metropolitan University 1993-1995
  • LPC 1995-1997

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