Oliver Wooding > Chambers of Susan Hunter > Bristol, England > Lawyer Profile
St John's Chambers Offices
St John's Chambers
101 VICTORIA STREET
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Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Court of Protection, Mediation, Professional Negligence, Real Estate, Wills & Trusts
Chancery practitioner and mediator focussing on contentious and non-contentious probate and inheritance disputes, private client, property and real estate, and associated professional negligence matters.
Called 2009, Middle Temple.
Chancery Bar Association; Property Bar Association; Court of Protection Bar Association; Agricultural Law Association; ACTAPS; Western Circuit.
Taunton School; Lincoln College, Oxford (2005 BA Hons Modern History, 2006 MSt Modern History (History of the United States of America)); Princeton University; City University (2008 GDL, 2009 BVC).
History, rugby, cricket.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 2 (Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1
Members at St John’s Chambers have worked on a number of interesting cases with patients affected by a range of issues, including vascular dementia, paranoid schizophrenia, and brain injuries caused either through personal injury or medical negligence. The ‘approachable‘ Alex Troup, who ‘has a strong presence which asserts itself when needed‘, predominantly focuses on property and affairs disputes. Abigail Bond represents parties in health and welfare cases and is a fee-paid judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Mental Health jurisdiction). A ‘good advocate‘ with a ‘very sound understanding of law‘, Oliver Wooding is also recommended.