Tom Carter > Ropewalk Chambers > Nottingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Ropewalk Chambers
Ropewalk Chambers
24 THE ROPEWALK
NOTTINGHAM
NG1 5EF
England
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Work Department

Clinical negligence, commercial, counter-fraud, costs, criminal regulatory, disease, employment, housing, personal injury, planning and environmental, property and chancery, professional discipline and regulation and public sector and not-for-profit.

Position

Tom became a member of Chambers in October 2013 following successful completion of his pupillage. He was awarded a scholarship by Inner Temple and undertook the BPTC at Nottingham Law School. He is registered with the Bar Council to undertake public access work and is able to receive instructions from lay clients, as well as those on the traditional professional client basis. Tom has a general civil practice and is a member of all practice groups at Ropewalk Chambers. He appears regularly in the county courts and the High Court and is developing a strong paperwork practice. In addition, Tom is regularly instructed by the Home Office to deal with immigration appeals. Through this line of work he has experience in areas traditionally beyond the remit of peers at a similar call, such as cross-examining expert witnesses. He brings these skills to all areas of his practice.

Career

Called 2012.

Education

University of Nottingham (LLB).

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Midland Circuit > Property and construction

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1

Tom CarterRopewalk ChambersUndaunted by any task, he really goes the extra mile for his clients.

Members of Ropewalk Chambers appear in a wide range of property cases throughout the East Midlands, with recent work including boundary and easement disputes, as well as dilapidation and possession claims. Tom Carter is a particularly notable figure within the team for his specialism in cases relating to Japanese knotweed, having recently appeared in several agenda-setting nuisance, misrepresentation and professional negligence cases around infestations of the invasive species.