Mr Gregor Hogan > Serle Court > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Serle Court

Work Department

Chancery, Commercial, Private Client, Trusts, Probate, Partnership & LLP, Property, Offshore, Civil Fraud and Charities.


Gregor joined Chambers in October 2017 and is developing a busy practice across Chambers’ areas of expertise.  He regularly appears in the High Court, where he is instructed in his own right on interlocutory matters, and in the County Court.  Gregor has a particular interest in contentious trusts and probate work (including offshore), commercial litigation, company and civil fraud.

Gregor has recently returned to Chambers from a seven-month secondment in the Contentious Trusts and Succession group at Withers LLP, during which he worked on a number of Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 claims involving dynastic and high net worth estates as well as advising offshore trustees and charities on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters.


Call 2016.


Merton College, University of Oxford: BA Law with Law Studies in Europe (First Class)
Merton College, University of Oxford: BCL (Distinction)
Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris II: Certificat Supérieur de Droit Français et Européen (mention assez bien)
University of Law: BPTC (Outstanding)

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Private client: trusts and probate

(Rising stars)Ranked: Tier 1

Gregor Hogan Serle Court ‘Gregor is excellent at cutting through complex matters to identify the key issues, and has an incredible memory for, and attention to, detail. He explains matters to lay-clients in a concise and understandable manner.’

Serle Court is ‘first rate set’ with a large number of ‘high-calibre advocates’, with a significant number of members of chambers, including Jonathan Adkin KC, involved in the Wang v Grand View saga in Bermuda. Other key contacts include rising stars Charlotte Beynon and Gregor Hogan. Elizabeth Jones KC is active in the “X Trusts” litigation in Bermuda, while John Machell KC ‘s recent work has included the Privy Council case Investec v Glenalla Properties, a matter from Guernsey stemming from the long-running Tchenguiz Discretionary Trust litigation.