Professional negligence in relation to clinical negligence and solicitors’ negligence in the conduct of personal injury claims and clinical negligence claims.
“He’s very meticulous, very thorough and really prepares well for conferences. His drafting skills are excellent, and his note-taking is very concise. He’s very easy to work with and very strong in court.”
Chambers UK 2019
“Great on his feet with first-class technical skills.”
Legal 500 2019
“He has a fantastic eye for detail and is brilliant with clients, he really puts them at ease. He is the fount of all knowledge. He is quite terrier-like, he fights fairly hard.”
Chambers UK 2018
“His attention to detail is second to none. For academic detail, you go to him. He’s just got a lovely, methodical way of dealing with a case. His exceptional analytical skill translates into real results for clients. He is the barrister you want on your side in the most technically challenging cases. Quick-thinking, tactically astute, careful and good with clients. Thorough and forensic. Great on his feet with first-class technical skills.”
Chambers UK 2017
“A very analytical mind.”
Legal 500 2017
“A real specialist with a keen eye for detail.”
Legal 500 2016
Lawrence v Chief Constable of Staffordshire  PIQR Q349; Times, July 25 2000.
Re T – damages of GBP 2.26 million spinal abscess leading to quadriplegia.
Re C – damages of GBP 1 million for wrongful birth.
Re Maddison (Deceased) – death in Iraq by friendly fire.
Re Cosby (Deceased) – death in Iraq by friendly fire.
Personal Injury Bar Association
St Andrews University – Economics: 2:1
City University - Diploma in Law: Commendation
Inns of Court School of Law
Gray’s Inn Scholarship - Uthwatt Award
Junior Counsel to the Crown (Regional Panel)