Tina qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and became principal of Wheldon Law in 2014. She has extensive experience in criminal law, particularly serious crime including murder, drugs and sexual offences. However, she is probably best known for her expertise in dangerous dog cases, having acted in some of the most high profile cases in this field in the last 10 years. She also acts as a specialist legal adviser to Dogs Trust.
Alice joined Wheldon Law as practice manager in April 2019 having spent the previous 8 years at a leading criminal barrister’s chambers in London. Alongside Tina, Alice deals with all aspects of management and marketing and helps to ensure that Wheldon Law runs smoothly. Alice’s friendly, approachable manner, excellent organisational skills and her experience in dealing with a wide spectrum of criminal cases makes her indispensable to the firm.
Martin originally qualified as a barrister in 2002 and then worked as a legal adviser in the magistrates’ court before qualifying as a solicitor in 2004. Martin has a broad range of experience in all aspects of criminal law but is probably best known for his expertise in motoring law.
Aleksandra is experienced in all aspects of criminal defence work and provides advice and representation to clients from the investigation stage though to trial. She is a qualified duty solicitor and police station representative. She brings the same level of attention and enthusiasm to all her cases.
She previously worked in the extradition department of a busy London firm where she was responsible for the preparation of extradition proceedings and appeals.
Aleksandra is bi-lingual speaking both fluent English and Polish.
Tom joined Wheldon Law in 2021 as a paralegal following many years working in criminal law in Yorkshire and South London. He is a qualified police station representative and has vast experience of running cases from the police stage through magistrates and crown court and appeals. He has also dealt with a wide variety of criminal matters from low level shoplifting and drugs possession through to sexual offences and violent crimes including murder.
Tom runs the crown court department and is responsible for ensuring your case is handled thoroughly and professionally. He will make sure that any of your questions about the matter are answered and keep you up to date with your matter.
Ariella Joined Wheldon Law in 2021 as a paralegal following an internship last year. She provides legal help within our magistrates' court department. Ariella assists our solicitors with a broad range of legal help ranging from the supervision of legal aid for clients to instructing expert witnesses for trial.
Ariella is also responsible for all liaisons with police officers, being the well-disposed link between clients and constables.
A crucial member of our team, Ariella manages multiple caseloads, working from start to finish alongside the solicitors.
Sacha joined us in 2012 having previously worked for a large London firm of solicitors. Having lived most of her life in New Zealand she is a distinctive voice on the end of the telephone and is well known for her friendly and helpful manner.
Alice has been with Wheldon Law since the beginning. She is responsible for book-keeping and accounts.