Current Practising Status
Dual Capacity
Date of Call
Jul 2004
Inn of Court
Inner Temple
Practising certificate valid
Primary practice address
Crown Prosecution Service, Black Horse House, 8-10 Leigh Road, EASTLEIGH, S050 9FH, United Kingdom
Primary practice switchboard number
There is no phone number available
Other practice addresses

3 PB Barristers, DX 6083 BIRMINGHAM FOUNTAIN COURT, The Colmore Building, 20 Colmore Circus, Queensway, BIRMINGHAM, B4 6AT, United Kingdom

  • 3 PB Barristers, 30 Christchurch Road, BOURNEMOUTH, Dorset, BH1 3PD, United Kingdom
  • 3 PB Barristers, 3 Paper Bldgs, Temple, LONDON, EC4Y 7EU, United Kingdom
  • 3 PB Barristers, 23 Beaumont Street, OXFORD, OX1 2NP, United Kingdom
  • 3 PB Barristers, 4 St Peter Street, WINCHESTER, SO23 8BW, United Kingdom
  • 3 PB Barristers, Royal Talbot House, 2 Victoria Street, BRISTOL, BS1 6BB, United Kingdom
Other addresses switchboard numbers

(+44) 0121 2894333

  • (+44) 01202 292102
  • (+44) 020 75838055
  • (+44) 01865 793736
  • (+44) 01962 868884
  • (+44) 0117 9281520
Rights of Audience
  • Full Rights of Audience
Public Access
Conduct of Litigation
Areas of practice
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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