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Barrister whose practice covers all areas of traditional Chancery work, with an emphasis on contentious trust and estate disputes, related professional negligence and the property and affairs jurisdiction of the Court of Protection. His cases include: Cotton v Earl of Cardigan (blessing application); Fielden v Christie-Miller (rectification of a deed of appointment and proprietary estoppel); RNLI v Headley  1948 (Ch) (claim for an account and disclosure of trust documents); Bullard v Bullard  EWHC 3 (Ch) (rectification of a settlement); ADS v DSM  EWCOP 8 (statutory will application); and Re AR  EWCOP 8 (authority and remuneration of deputies).
Called 2011, Middle Temple. Writes and lectures widely within his areas of expertise.
Chancery Bar Association, Court of Protection Bar Association and Ecclesiastical Law Society.
University of Birmingham (BA First Class Hons); GDL Nottingham Law School (Commendation); BPTC City Law School (Outstanding). Middle Temple scholar.