Stephen is an experienced, specialist civil practitioner who has extensive knowledge of credit hire arguments gained over many years representing both Claimants and Defendants in multi-track trials. He has extensive knowledge of the different issues, including impecuniosity, taxi hire and application of BHR evidence.
Stephen is noted for his persuasive advocacy skills and his comprehensive knowledge of the civil procedure rules.
"He's very analytical and looks at things with a very considered approach."
Chambers UK 2019
‘A very approachable barrister.’
Legal 500 2019
"Absolutely excellent with clients and very knowledgeable on the law. A skilled litigator who gets the ear of the judge on thorny legal issues." "Experienced, sound in judgement and excellent with clients."
Chambers UK 2018
"Stephen's big strength is the way he develops a report with clients" "He 's very approachable and has a good bedside manner with clients" "He has a good reputation for attention to detail, he is very thorough."
Chambers UK 2017
"He is very approachable and has a good demeanour about him. He is good on his feet." "His charm and willingness to spend time on matters mark him out as someone clients warm to."
Chambers UK, 2016
Boyce v Wyatt Engineering  EWCA Civ 692;  CP Rep 87;  CPLR 343; Times
June 14 2001
Salfrad Hussain v Birmingham City Council  EWCA Civ 1570
Deputy Coroner for Birmingham
Recorder - Crown Court and County Court
Personal Injuries Bar Association
Midland Commercial and Chancery Association
LLB (Hons) (Liverpool)
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