Guy Linley-Adams is qualified both in England & Wales and in Scotland, specialising in environmental law, conservation, water, fisheries and freedom of information.
Guy studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge and holds a Masters in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London. Guy has worked for many environment and wildlife NGOs since 1989, including Friends of the Earth, as a consultant to WWF-UK and Wildlife and Countryside Link, and as Director of Conservation at the Marine Conservation Society.
He has considerable media experience as editor of the Good Beach Guide, writer and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Costing the Earth and presenter on BBC TV’s Country Tracks programmes.
Guy became a solicitor in 2003 and Head of Legal at the Anglers’ Conservation Association (now Fish Legal) from 2006. Now in private practice, he is a member of the UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA) and the Environmental Law Foundation (ELF) and Sustainable Inshore Fisheries Trust (SIFT).
Contact Guy on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07837 881219.
“I am absolutely certain that the brilliant legal help from Guy Linley-Adams was the key that finally opened the lock” – client with abstraction issue, England
“He is a formidable operator with a reputation for taking no prisoners” – Trout and Salmon Magazine, Comment
“..all credit to Guy Linley-Adams for exposing the shocking reality that the industry has sought to conceal…” – Trout and Salmon Magazine, Comment
“I could not have done this with any other solicitor…the research would just not have been possible and I am eternally grateful….” – owner of private fishing rights, Scotland
“May I say a big ‘thank you’ to you for all the hard work which you have done on my behalf” – owner of private fishing rights, access dispute, England
“I also have an long over-due comment to make about the quality of the submission produced on your behalf by Guy – that reads incredibly well – powerful and succinct. He’s clearly very, very good at what he does and I think he presented your case very well” – public authority, England
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