Current Practising Status
Dual Capacity
Date of Call
Jul 2005
Inn of Court
Gray's Inn
Practising certificate valid
01/04/2021-30/04/2022
Primary practice address
Pump Court Chambers, 31 Southgate Street, WINCHESTER, Hampshire, SO23 9EB, United Kingdom
Primary practice switchboard number
(+44) 01962 868161
Other practice addresses

Crown Prosecution Service, Millmead House, Millmead, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 4BB, United Kingdom

  • Pump Court Chambers, 5 Temple Chambers, Temple Street, SWINDON, SN1 1SQ, United Kingdom
  • Pump Court Chambers, Upper Ground Floor, 3 Pump Court, Temple, LONDON, EC4Y 7AJ, United Kingdom
Other addresses switchboard numbers

(+44) 01793 539899

  • (+44) 020 73530711
Rights of Audience
  • Full Rights of Audience
Public Access
No
Conduct of Litigation
No
Areas of practice
Crime ,  Professional discipline ,  Public Law
Other Entitlements
  • Administration Of Oaths
  • Immigration Work
  • Probate Activities
  • Reserved Instrument Activities
Disciplinary Findings

There are no findings on our website in relation to this barrister.

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Please contact our Legal and Enforcement Department on 020 7611 1444 to check whether there are any historical findings in relation to this barrister.

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* This Register entry records only whether a barrister has been authorised to conduct litigation as an individual by the Bar Standards Board. Employed government barristers also have separate rights under statute to conduct litigation as part of their employment by Treasury Solicitors, any government department, or any public body which performs functions on behalf of the Crown.