Current Practising Status
Self Employed
Date of Call
Oct 1991
Inn of Court
Middle Temple
Practising certificate valid
Primary practice address
Kings Chambers, 36 Young Street, MANCHESTER, M3 3FT, United Kingdom
Primary practice switchboard number
(+44) 0345 034 3444
Other practice addresses

Kings Chambers, 5 Park Square East, LEEDS, LS1 2NE, United Kingdom

  • Kings Chambers, Embassy House, 60 Church Street, BIRMINGHAM, B3 2DJ, United Kingdom
  • Serle Court, 6 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, LONDON, WC2A 3QS, United Kingdom
Other addresses switchboard numbers

(+44) 0345 034 3444

  • (+44) 0345 034 3444
  • (+44) 020 72426105
Rights of Audience
  • Full Rights of Audience
Public Access
Conduct of Litigation
Areas of practice
Chancery contentious ,  Chancery non-contentious ,  Commercial and Financial Services ,  Insolvency ,  Professional negligence
Other Entitlements
  • Administration Of Oaths
  • Immigration Work
  • Probate Activities
  • Reserved Instrument Activities
Disciplinary Findings

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