My practice includes a wide range of property-related subject-matter, including property investment and development, finance and valuation. I have acted both as expert, and as legal assessor, in substantial matters, and have undertaken a range of instructions in relation to substantial arbitrations.
I am the co-author of a book, “Distress for Rent” (Jordans 2000), and regularly give lectures and write articles on a range of property matters.
I am a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
- B.A., with First Class Honours in Law; M. Jur
- Called to the Bar by Lincolns Inn, 1994
- Member of Falcon Chambers since 1995
- Sometime Lecturer in Land Law, University of Durham.
My hobbies include playing and coaching tennis (I am a LTA registered tennis coaching assistant), and playing badminton. I have a developing interest in brewing my own beer, and am an obsessive cryptic crossworder.