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Paul Skinner

A barrister “with excellent judgement”, who “thinks outside the box and is fearless in his imagination”, as well as “good at getting to grips with technical points and all round a great team player”, Paul specialises in the full range of public, commercial, employment and international law areas.

(Legal 500)
Called: 2010

Paul’s practice spans public lawhuman rights, commercial and international law as well as allied areas, including competition and regulationemploymentEU, tax and  environmental law.

Paul is regularly instructed in high-profile and complex cases, including one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases in each of the past two years. He has appeared unled on numerous occasions before the Court of Appeal. He also has a busy practice as a junior as part of a counsel team. Paul is a member of the Attorney General’s panel of counsel.

Paul has particular expertise in:

Paul is ranked in the legal directories as a leading junior in administrative and public law and immigration law.

Notable and recent cases in these areas include:

  • R (Bell) v The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (Court of Appeal – whether children with gender dysphoria can consent to puberty blocking treatment)
  • Demirtaş and others v Turkey (ECtHR Grand Chamber – Representing Article 19 and Human Rights Watch in their successful intervention in this important case relating to the removal of Turkish MPs’ Parliamentary immunity and their arrest and detention for politically motivated reasons.
  • R (Vincent) v SSWP (Court of Appeal – whether the conversion of Support for Mortgage Interest into a loan repayable on sale of a recipient’s home is unlawfully discriminatory against disabled people who are forced to remain in unsuitable accommodation)
  • Various challenges to Covid-19 lockdown regulations (High Court – challenges by various individuals including in respect of PPE provided to doctors, the prohibition on marrying, the prohibitions on gatherings, the requirements for lawful protest)
  • PF v Disclosure and Barring Service (Upper Tribunal – test case on the scope of the Tribunal’s jurisdiction in error of fact cases, led by Ben Jaffey QC)
  • R (Ryle) v Secretary of State for Justice (Administrative Court – challenge to prisoner’s recategorisation)
  • R (SS) v SSHD (Administrative Court – Unlawful immigration detention claim – whether and how earlier periods of detention should be factored into the reasonable period of time after which it is unlawful to detain someone)
  • R(Gina Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU [2017] UKSC 5 – Represented the ‘Expat Interveners’ in the successful challenge to the Government’s proposed notification of the UK’s intention to leave the EU without statutory authority (led by Patrick Green QC)
  • Department for Transport v Information Commissioner (Upper Tribunal – ongoing appeal in relation to decision that civil service staff surveys be released pursuant to freedom of information request
  • R (Parkin) v SSWP (Administrative Court – Judicial review on discrimination grounds of the minimum income floor at which self-employed people are deemed to earn for the purpose of calculating their Universal Credit entitlement)
  • R (B) v Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education (Administrative Court – Successfully acted for the OIA in the lead case on decisions relating to the eligibility of complaints and the appropriate standard of review
  • Bytyqi v Republic of Serbia (ECtHR) – Advised the family of three American-Kosovan Albanians killed by Serbian police in proposed claim to the European Court of Human Rights for breach of the investigative duty under Article 2 ECHR

Paul’s public law practice in areas affecting business spans:

Examples of Paul’s recent work in these areas include:

  • R (Heathrow Airport and others) v HM Treasury (Administrative Court – one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2021 – whether the government’s consultation on and decision removing the VAT Retail Export Scheme was unlawful and in breach of WTO Rules, led by Eleni Mitrophanous QC)
  • Churchill Gowns Ltd v Ede & Ravenscroft Ltd (Competition Appeal Tribunal – challenge to the Defendant’s arrangements with universities for the provision of academic dress to students at graduation ceremonies on grounds they restrict competition and constitute an abuse of dominant position
  • FCA competition investigation into asset management firms (led by Rhodri Thompson QC)
  • Advice on judicial review on human rights and competition grounds to the introduction of new conditions by the Phone-paid Services Authority
  • Advice on vires of Environment Agency to enter and damage commercial property under the Water Resources Act 1991
  • EU Commission Investigation into the dumping of Vinyl Acetate (European Commission – successfully represented a manufacturer of vinyl acetate in the USA in European Commission investigation into its alleged dumping of the plastic on to the EU market (led by Philip Bentley QC)
  • Payday lending investigations: Represented a ‘payday lender’ in respect of the FSA, Competition Commission and FCA’s respective investigations into the market for high-cost short-term credit
  • Advice in relation to the vires of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme
  • Advice to major debt collector in respect of extensive regulatory failings
  • Advice to a University on the acquisition of various broadcasting licenses

Paul has considerable experience of a wide variety of commercial disputes and regularly appears in the Commercial Court, the Technology and Construction Court and the Chancery Division. As well as the full range of commercial contractual and tortious disputes (including conspiracy and other economic torts), Paul has particular expertise in banking, EU law related and multi-party commercial disputes, as well as conflicts of laws issues and directors’ duties and other commercial employment issues.

Paul is currently writing the practitioners’ text on Abuse of Process for Oxford University Press and is a contributor to the leading loose-leaf text on consumer credit, Goode, Consumer Credit: Law and Practice.

Paul has experience of obtaining freezing orders and other injunctions at short notice to recover, secure and trace at-risk assets and to unwind fraudulent transactions.

Recent and notable cases include:

  • Vadim Don Benyatov v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd [2020] EWHC 85 (QB) (No 1); [2020] EWHC 313 (QB) (No 2); [2020] EWHC 682 (QB), [2020] 1 WLR 2913 (No 3; [2020] EWHC 3213 (QB) (No 4); [2020] EWHC 139 (QB) (No 5)) – One of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases of 2020 this multi-million pound claim for breach of the employer’s implied duty of indemnity and duty of care for pure economic losses arises out of the Claimant’s conviction in Romania while working there on privatisations of Romanian state utilities for the Defendant.
  • Acted in complex asset tracing claim, including to reverse gift of property to defraud creditors under section 423 of the Insolvency Act 1981, associated freezing order applications
  • Geared Traded Endowment Policies Litigation – Multi-party multimillion-pound claim in relation to loans entered into to gear investments in Traded Endowment Policies
  • Burrell v Helical (Bramshott Place) Ltd  [2017] ECC 3 – leading claim in respect of the meaning of “credit” in the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and whether exit fees in leases of properties in retirement villages were unfair terms
  • The Bomu-Bonny Oil Pipeline Litigation (TCC): Part of the counsel team for the Defendant in this group litigation relating to oil spills in the Niger Delta, involving a variety of private international law issues
  • The PIP Breast Implant Litigation (QB): Instructed to defend contractual claims against a clinic in respect of breast implants used which were of unsatisfactory quality.
  • Waterland v Bank of Scotland plc (High Court – sole counsel in claim in respect of wrongful conversion of various secured lending facilities from Sterling into Swiss Francs (settled at mediation)
  • Injunctive proceedings in support of an arbitration relating to the breakdown of a dental practice
  • Interest Rate Hedging Products: Advice to a major retail bank in respect of a number of missold interest rate hedging products and in particular the extent of recoverable losses and applicable principles of causation
  • Advising on claim for breach of copyright by song-writer in respect of well-known number 1 hit

Paul has a significant practice in matters with a public and private international law element. He has undertaken a number of cases before the European Court of Human Rights and his domestic cases frequently involve questions of jurisdiction, choice of law and the interpretation of international law.

Recent and notable cases include:

  • Vadim Don Benyatov v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd (High Court – One of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases of 2020 this multi-million pound claim for breach of the employer’s implied duty of indemnity and duty of care for pure economic losses arises out of the Claimant’s conviction in Romania while working there on privatisations of Romanian state utilities for the Defendant.
  • R (Heathrow Airport and others) v HM Treasury (Administrative Court – one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2021 – whether the British government’s consultation on and decision removing the VAT Retail Export Scheme was unlawful and in breach of WTO Rules, led by Eleni Mitrophanous QC)
  • Bravo v Amerisur plc – Representing hundreds of individuals in proceedings concerning extensive environmental damage caused by oil spills in Colombia
  • Demirtaş and others v Turkey (ECtHR Grand Chamber – Representing Article 19 and Human Rights Watch in their successful intervention in this important case relating to the removal of Turkish MPs’ Parliamentary immunity and their arrest and detention for politically motivated reasons.
  • Bodo Community v Shell Petroleum Development Co of Nigeria – Representing Shell in claim by 15,000 claimants in proceedings concerning extensive pollution in Rivers State, Nigeria
  • Bytyqi v Republic of Serbia (ECtHR) – Advised the family of three American-Kosovan Albanians killed by Serbian police in proposed claim to the European Court of Human Rights for breach of the investigative duty under Article 2 ECHR

Paul is ranked as a leading employment law junior by Legal 500 and practices across the full range of employment law matters in both the High Court and Tribunal. He is also regularly instructed in public law discrimination challenges or which involve trade unions.

Recent and notable cases include:

  • Benyatov v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd – On-going High Court claim for for $86million for breach of contract and negligence brought by former investment banker against his employer in respect of the consequences of his prosecution and conviction while working for the bank in Romania (Led by Tom Linden QC and Paul Goulding QC)
  • Hopkins v Secretary of State for Justice – Successfully defended high-profile whistleblowing claim by analyst whose research indicated that the Sex Offender Treatment Programme in prisons may increase the likelihood of reoffending
  • R (Vincent) v SSWP (Court of Appeal – whether the conversion of Support for Mortgage Interest into a loan repayable on sale of a recipient’s home is unlawfully discriminatory against disabled people who are forced to remain in unsuitable accommodation)
  • R (Parkin) v SSWP (Administrative Court – Judicial review on discrimination grounds of the minimum income floor at which self-employed people are deemed to earn for the purpose of calculating their Universal Credit entitlement)
  • R (FDA, PCSU and Prospect) v Minister for the Cabinet Office – Challenge to lack of consultation with trade unions in relation to civil service pay awards

Deputy Judge of the Upper Tribunal (2020)

Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel (C Panel) (2018)

Paul had a first career as a professional musician. He holds a first class music degree and licentiate diploma from the Royal Academy of Music, London, and was Woodwind finalist in BBC Young Musician of the Year.

Paul subsequently studied for an accelerated 2-year law degree at Cambridge and undertook the Bar Vocational Course at BPP Law School.

In 2011/12, Paul spent a year as Judicial Assistant to Lord Dyson and Lord Walker at the UK Supreme Court. Prior to this he worked at the European Court of Human Rights.

Paul was a lecturer in law at the Open University from 2010-2012.

Abuse of Process (forthcoming, Oxford University Press)

‘Caveat creditor: difficulties in unfair relationship claims’ (2016) 30 Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 555

‘Retrospective Invalidation of Administrative Decisions – The Reverse Second Actor’ (2014) 130 Law Quarterly Review 382

‘Freedom of expression, subsidiarity and “no win no fee” agreements’ [2011] EHRLR 329

‘Trigger Happy’ (2010) 154(42) SJ 16

ALBA

Freebar

South Eastern Circuit

Paul is regulated by the Bar Standards Board and accepts instructions under Standard Contractual Terms. To find out more information on this and the way we work at Matrix, including our fee transparency statement, please see our see our service standards

DIRECTORY RECOMMENDATIONS

"He is a very good lawyer, good at getting to grips with technical points and all round a great team player."

Legal 500, Administrative and Public Law

"He is empathetic and attuned to his client’s needs."

Legal 500, Immigration (including business immigration

"Has creative ideas, thinks outside the box and is fearless in his imagination."

Legal 500, Employment

"A careful and thoughtful barrister, who eases the most emotional and vulnerable clients."

Legal 500, Property Litigation
Matrix Chambers
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+44 (0)20 7404 3447
Called: 2010

A barrister “with excellent judgement”, who “thinks outside the box and is fearless in his imagination”, as well as “good at getting to grips with technical points and all round a great team player”, Paul specialises in the full range of public, commercial, employment and international law areas.

(Legal 500)

MAIN AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • International arbitration
  • Commercial Law
  • Mediation
  • Competition
  • Discrimination and Equality
  • Employment Law
  • Environmental Law and Natural Resources
  • EU Law
  • Healthcare, Mental Health and Mental Capacity
  • Civil Liberties and Human Rights
  • Immigration, Asylum and Free Movement
  • Injunctions
  • Local Government Law
  • Media and Information Law
  • Data Protection
  • Public International Law
  • Community Care Law
  • Public Law
  • Sports Law
  • Police, Inquests and Prison
  • Commercial Public Law

Paul Skinner

Contact Paul: paulskinner@matrixlaw.co.uk | +44 (0)20 7404 3447

Contact Paul's Practice Team (Team X): TeamX@matrixlaw.co.uk


Paul’s practice spans public lawhuman rights, commercial and international law as well as allied areas, including competition and regulationemploymentEU, tax and  environmental law.

Paul is regularly instructed in high-profile and complex cases, including one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases in each of the past two years. He has appeared unled on numerous occasions before the Court of Appeal. He also has a busy practice as a junior as part of a counsel team. Paul is a member of the Attorney General’s panel of counsel.

HUMAN RIGHTS AND PUBLIC LAW INVOLVING INDIVIDUALS

Paul has particular expertise in: Community care Discrimination and equality Education Immigration, immigration detention, asylum and nationality Information, data protection, privacy and freedom of expression Healthcare Human rights Local government National security and terrorism Prison law Police law Public international law Social security and welfare benefits Paul is ranked in the legal directories as a leading junior in administrative and public law and immigration law. Notable and recent cases in these areas include: R (Bell) v The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (Court of Appeal – whether children with gender dysphoria can consent to puberty blocking treatment) Demirtaş and others v Turkey (ECtHR Grand Chamber – Representing Article 19 and Human Rights Watch in their successful intervention in this important case relating to the removal of Turkish MPs’ Parliamentary immunity and their arrest and detention for politically motivated reasons. R (Vincent) v SSWP (Court of Appeal – whether the conversion of Support for Mortgage Interest into a loan repayable on sale of a recipient’s home is unlawfully discriminatory against disabled people who are forced to remain in unsuitable accommodation) Various challenges to Covid-19 lockdown regulations (High Court – challenges by various individuals including in respect of PPE provided to doctors, the prohibition on marrying, the prohibitions on gatherings, the requirements for lawful protest) PF v Disclosure and Barring Service (Upper Tribunal – test case on the scope of the Tribunal’s jurisdiction in error of fact cases, led by Ben Jaffey QC) R (Ryle) v Secretary of State for Justice (Administrative Court – challenge to prisoner’s recategorisation) R (SS) v SSHD (Administrative Court – Unlawful immigration detention claim – whether and how earlier periods of detention should be factored into the reasonable period of time after which it is unlawful to detain someone) R(Gina Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU [2017] UKSC 5 – Represented the ‘Expat Interveners’ in the successful challenge to the Government’s proposed notification of the UK’s intention to leave the EU without statutory authority (led by Patrick Green QC) Department for Transport v Information Commissioner (Upper Tribunal – ongoing appeal in relation to decision that civil service staff surveys be released pursuant to freedom of information request R (Parkin) v SSWP (Administrative Court – Judicial review on discrimination grounds of the minimum income floor at which self-employed people are deemed to earn for the purpose of calculating their Universal Credit entitlement) R (B) v Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education (Administrative Court – Successfully acted for the OIA in the lead case on decisions relating to the eligibility of complaints and the appropriate standard of review Bytyqi v Republic of Serbia (ECtHR) – Advised the family of three American-Kosovan Albanians killed by Serbian police in proposed claim to the European Court of Human Rights for breach of the investigative duty under Article 2 ECHR

COMMERCIAL PUBLIC LAW

Paul’s public law practice in areas affecting business spans: Broadcasting regulation Competition Consumer protection regulation (including product safety, medicines and consumer credit) Data protection Environmental regulation Financial services regulation International trade regulation (anti-dumping, the EU four freedoms) Public procurement State aid Examples of Paul’s recent work in these areas include: R (Heathrow Airport and others) v HM Treasury (Administrative Court – one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2021 – whether the government’s consultation on and decision removing the VAT Retail Export Scheme was unlawful and in breach of WTO Rules, led by Eleni Mitrophanous QC) Churchill Gowns Ltd v Ede & Ravenscroft Ltd (Competition Appeal Tribunal – challenge to the Defendant’s arrangements with universities for the provision of academic dress to students at graduation ceremonies on grounds they restrict competition and constitute an abuse of dominant position FCA competition investigation into asset management firms (led by Rhodri Thompson QC) Advice on judicial review on human rights and competition grounds to the introduction of new conditions by the Phone-paid Services Authority Advice on vires of Environment Agency to enter and damage commercial property under the Water Resources Act 1991 EU Commission Investigation into the dumping of Vinyl Acetate (European Commission – successfully represented a manufacturer of vinyl acetate in the USA in European Commission investigation into its alleged dumping of the plastic on to the EU market (led by Philip Bentley QC) Payday lending investigations: Represented a ‘payday lender’ in respect of the FSA, Competition Commission and FCA’s respective investigations into the market for high-cost short-term credit Advice in relation to the vires of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme Advice to major debt collector in respect of extensive regulatory failings Advice to a University on the acquisition of various broadcasting licenses

COMMERCIAL LITIGATION AND ARBITRATION

Paul has considerable experience of a wide variety of commercial disputes and regularly appears in the Commercial Court, the Technology and Construction Court and the Chancery Division. As well as the full range of commercial contractual and tortious disputes (including conspiracy and other economic torts), Paul has particular expertise in banking, EU law related and multi-party commercial disputes, as well as conflicts of laws issues and directors’ duties and other commercial employment issues. Paul is currently writing the practitioners’ text on Abuse of Process for Oxford University Press and is a contributor to the leading loose-leaf text on consumer credit, Goode, Consumer Credit: Law and Practice. Paul has experience of obtaining freezing orders and other injunctions at short notice to recover, secure and trace at-risk assets and to unwind fraudulent transactions. Recent and notable cases include: Vadim Don Benyatov v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd [2020] EWHC 85 (QB) (No 1); [2020] EWHC 313 (QB) (No 2); [2020] EWHC 682 (QB), [2020] 1 WLR 2913 (No 3; [2020] EWHC 3213 (QB) (No 4); [2020] EWHC 139 (QB) (No 5)) – One of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases of 2020 this multi-million pound claim for breach of the employer’s implied duty of indemnity and duty of care for pure economic losses arises out of the Claimant’s conviction in Romania while working there on privatisations of Romanian state utilities for the Defendant. Acted in complex asset tracing claim, including to reverse gift of property to defraud creditors under section 423 of the Insolvency Act 1981, associated freezing order applications Geared Traded Endowment Policies Litigation – Multi-party multimillion-pound claim in relation to loans entered into to gear investments in Traded Endowment Policies Burrell v Helical (Bramshott Place) Ltd  [2017] ECC 3 – leading claim in respect of the meaning of “credit” in the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and whether exit fees in leases of properties in retirement villages were unfair terms The Bomu-Bonny Oil Pipeline Litigation (TCC): Part of the counsel team for the Defendant in this group litigation relating to oil spills in the Niger Delta, involving a variety of private international law issues The PIP Breast Implant Litigation (QB): Instructed to defend contractual claims against a clinic in respect of breast implants used which were of unsatisfactory quality. Waterland v Bank of Scotland plc (High Court – sole counsel in claim in respect of wrongful conversion of various secured lending facilities from Sterling into Swiss Francs (settled at mediation) Injunctive proceedings in support of an arbitration relating to the breakdown of a dental practice Interest Rate Hedging Products: Advice to a major retail bank in respect of a number of missold interest rate hedging products and in particular the extent of recoverable losses and applicable principles of causation Advising on claim for breach of copyright by song-writer in respect of well-known number 1 hit

INTERNATIONAL LAW

Paul has a significant practice in matters with a public and private international law element. He has undertaken a number of cases before the European Court of Human Rights and his domestic cases frequently involve questions of jurisdiction, choice of law and the interpretation of international law. Recent and notable cases include: Vadim Don Benyatov v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd (High Court – One of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases of 2020 this multi-million pound claim for breach of the employer’s implied duty of indemnity and duty of care for pure economic losses arises out of the Claimant’s conviction in Romania while working there on privatisations of Romanian state utilities for the Defendant. R (Heathrow Airport and others) v HM Treasury (Administrative Court – one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2021 – whether the British government’s consultation on and decision removing the VAT Retail Export Scheme was unlawful and in breach of WTO Rules, led by Eleni Mitrophanous QC) Bravo v Amerisur plc – Representing hundreds of individuals in proceedings concerning extensive environmental damage caused by oil spills in Colombia Demirtaş and others v Turkey (ECtHR Grand Chamber – Representing Article 19 and Human Rights Watch in their successful intervention in this important case relating to the removal of Turkish MPs’ Parliamentary immunity and their arrest and detention for politically motivated reasons. Bodo Community v Shell Petroleum Development Co of Nigeria – Representing Shell in claim by 15,000 claimants in proceedings concerning extensive pollution in Rivers State, Nigeria Bytyqi v Republic of Serbia (ECtHR) – Advised the family of three American-Kosovan Albanians killed by Serbian police in proposed claim to the European Court of Human Rights for breach of the investigative duty under Article 2 ECHR

EMPLOYMENT AND DISCRIMINATION

Paul is ranked as a leading employment law junior by Legal 500 and practices across the full range of employment law matters in both the High Court and Tribunal. He is also regularly instructed in public law discrimination challenges or which involve trade unions. Recent and notable cases include: Benyatov v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd – On-going High Court claim for for $86million for breach of contract and negligence brought by former investment banker against his employer in respect of the consequences of his prosecution and conviction while working for the bank in Romania (Led by Tom Linden QC and Paul Goulding QC) Hopkins v Secretary of State for Justice – Successfully defended high-profile whistleblowing claim by analyst whose research indicated that the Sex Offender Treatment Programme in prisons may increase the likelihood of reoffending R (Vincent) v SSWP (Court of Appeal – whether the conversion of Support for Mortgage Interest into a loan repayable on sale of a recipient’s home is unlawfully discriminatory against disabled people who are forced to remain in unsuitable accommodation) R (Parkin) v SSWP (Administrative Court – Judicial review on discrimination grounds of the minimum income floor at which self-employed people are deemed to earn for the purpose of calculating their Universal Credit entitlement) R (FDA, PCSU and Prospect) v Minister for the Cabinet Office – Challenge to lack of consultation with trade unions in relation to civil service pay awards

APPOINTMENTS

Deputy Judge of the Upper Tribunal (2020) Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel (C Panel) (2018)

EDUCATION AND PRIOR EXPERIENCE

Paul had a first career as a professional musician. He holds a first class music degree and licentiate diploma from the Royal Academy of Music, London, and was Woodwind finalist in BBC Young Musician of the Year. Paul subsequently studied for an accelerated 2-year law degree at Cambridge and undertook the Bar Vocational Course at BPP Law School. In 2011/12, Paul spent a year as Judicial Assistant to Lord Dyson and Lord Walker at the UK Supreme Court. Prior to this he worked at the European Court of Human Rights. Paul was a lecturer in law at the Open University from 2010-2012.

PUBLICATIONS

Abuse of Process (forthcoming, Oxford University Press) ‘Caveat creditor: difficulties in unfair relationship claims’ (2016) 30 Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 555 ‘Retrospective Invalidation of Administrative Decisions – The Reverse Second Actor’ (2014) 130 Law Quarterly Review 382 ‘Freedom of expression, subsidiarity and “no win no fee” agreements’ [2011] EHRLR 329 ‘Trigger Happy’ (2010) 154(42) SJ 16

MEMBERSHIPS

ALBA Freebar South Eastern Circuit

DIRECTORY RECOMMENDATIONS

"He is a very good lawyer, good at getting to grips with technical points and all round a great team player."

Legal 500, Administrative and Public Law

"He is empathetic and attuned to his client’s needs."

Legal 500, Immigration (including business immigration

"Has creative ideas, thinks outside the box and is fearless in his imagination."

Legal 500, Employment

"A careful and thoughtful barrister, who eases the most emotional and vulnerable clients."

Legal 500, Property Litigation