Oliver Wise > Chambers of Tim Amos QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) Offices
Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB)
QUEEN ELIZABETH BUILDING, TEMPLE
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Oliver’s main areas of work are financial remedies and professional negligence, especially in relation to family law; but he has extensive experience of a broad range of common law work. He has a particular interest in cases that involve more than one area of the law. He is recommended as a leading junior in family work in ‘Legal Experts’. Interesting cases: Johnson v Unisys  1 AC 518 (HL); R v LSC ex p. W  1 WLR 2502 (Court of Appeal); Behzadi v Behzadi  2 FLR 640 (Court of Appeal); Williams v Thompson Leatherdale and Francis  2 FLR 730; Robson v Robson  1 FLR (751) (Court of Appeal); Davies v Welch  1 FLR (1241) (Divisional Court); and Prest v Petrodel Resources  2 AC 415 (Supreme Court).
Qualified 1981; Lincoln’s Inn; legal assessor to the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Has lectured to firms of solicitors on professional negligence issues and pitfalls.
Family Law Bar Association; Professional Negligence Bar Association.
Magdalene College, Cambridge (Law); a Greenland scholar of Lincoln’s Inn.
Plays cricket and real tennis.