Ms Jennifer Moate


Jenny is a barrister specialising in landlord and tenant, social housing, real property, trusts of land, financial remedies and private children law, with particular expertise in the Equality Act 2010 and domestic abuse. Ranked as a leading individual, Jenny is highly regarded in the field of social housing, having worked in the sector since 2005. She is committed to excellent client care and gives realistic, practical advice at an early stage to ensure the best possible outcome. She offers an efficient, digital-based service. Jenny’s clear-sighted and tenacious approach is welcomed by all her clients, ranging from private individuals to local authorities. She is a skilled negotiator who frequently assists clients to reach successful settlement. Her incisive legal analysis, rigorous preparation and robust advocacy lead to repeatedly excellent results at court. Jenny recently appeared in the Court of Appeal in Rowe v Haringey [2022] EWCA Civ 1370, [2022] 10 WLUK 270 and as sole counsel in Molloy v BPHA [2021] EWCA Civ 1035 where she successfully defended an appeal against the use of CCTV and committal for racist abuse. An accomplished webinar/seminar speaker, Jenny regularly presents on upcoming legislation and topical issues. 


Housing Law, Inheritance Act claims, Human Rights

Directory Recommendations

Legal 500 Tier 4, Chambers & Partners Band 4


English, French

Qualifications, Appointments

Wadham College Oxford – English BA (Hons) (Oxon)

University of Westminster – Graduate Diploma in Law

BPP School of Law – BVC (Outstanding)