Jonathan represents tenants in a wide range of tenancy and housing matters, including housing disrepair, anti-social behaviour injunctions, committal proceedings for contempt of court and possession proceedings. He represents homeless clients in all aspects of homelessness law.
His case load consists entirely of housing matters and he is proud to only act for tenants or homeowners (with expertise in mortgage possession proceedings). He has secured hundreds of thousands of pounds in many claims over the years.
Jonathan joined what is now Broudie Jackson Canter, under the Jackson Lees Group, in 2006. He has first-hand experience of working with people living in unsatisfactory housing conditions and has developed a huge passion for standing up for tenants’ rights.
Before training as a solicitor, Jonathan worked at the Whitechapel Centre for nine years, working his way up to manager in the floating support team, helping people with drug and alcohol issues.
Jonathan has delivered training courses in a variety of aspects of Landlord and Tenant Law for Liverpool Law Society and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
He acts as a mentor to students from the University of Liverpool and LJMU.
Jonathan is a member of the North West Housing Law Practitioners Association.