Thomas Beasley

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Thomas is a member of the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury groups.
Thomas joined chambers following the successful completion of his pupillage
Thomas has a developing clinical negligence practice. He has experience advising in respect of both liability and quantum, drafting pleadings and representing parties at inquests that concern clinical negligence.
Thomas accepts instructions from both Claimants and Defendants.
Thomas is happy to provide seminars for the purposes of continuing professional education on a range of topics.
Prior to joining No5, Thomas worked as a paralegal, where he primarily worked on enforcing a Judgment of the High Court in relation to offshore assets in the context of a trust dispute.
Student of the Year, University of Law (awarded for the highest overall mark on the BPTC). [2021]
Opinion Writing Prize, University of Law (awarded for the highest mark in the opinion writing module on the BPTC). [2021]
Certificate of Honour, The Honourable Society of The Middle Temple [2020]
Queen Mother Scholarship, The Honourable Society of The Middle Temple [2019]
Blackstone Entrance Exhibition, The Honourable Society of The Middle Temple [2019]
The Honourable Society of The Middle Temple
Bar Professional Training Course with LLM, University of Law [2019-2020]: Outstanding (Distinction in LLM)
Graduate Diploma in Law, University of Law [2018]: Distinction
MA (hons) Theology, University of St Andrews [2012-2016]
Published Articles
‘Trust the State: the relevance of principles of public law in trust law and practice’ (Trusts and Trustees, Volume 25, Issue 8, October 2019, pages 841-848, Oxford University Press). Co-authored with Toby Graham.

Latest News & Publications

Woe betide the Defendant who takes great efforts to amicably settle a fixed costs case and then finds themselves having to pay costs on the standard basis. Thomas Beasley highlights that is the effect of what the Court of Appeal decided in Doyle v M&D Foundations & Building Services Ltd [2022] EWCA Civ 927....

Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2022
In addition to raising questions about the reactiveness of the CPRC to issues when they arise (covered by Alex Mellis here [link to his article]), Ho v Adelekun raises important issues in relation to QOCS which are further considered by Thomas Beasley in this article....

Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2021
In Seabrook v Adam [2021] EWCA Civ 382 the Court of Appeal considered the interpretation and effect of two Part 36 offers in the context of applying the costs consequences of CPR Pt. 36.17....

Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2021