06 July 2015 - Blog
Assisted drafting Paul Hewitt’s successful written submissions for the first defendant in In re Goodman decd, where Master Bragge agreed that an executor may be removed prior to his or her obtaining a grant of probate (subsequently affirmed on appeal to Newey J. and reported at  3 WLR 1551).
Assisted Alison Paines and Roger Waite with the restructuring of a number of NHS Charities.
England and Wales, 2016
‘International enforcement issues relating to trusts’, Chapter 9 of International Trust and Divorce Litigation, co-author
Me in a minute
I think deep down it is the sense of justice that motivates me in my work
I was always very creative as a child and had aspirations to be an author, recording artist, or the number 10 that the England football team still crave. However, my friends and family would willingly testify that my tenacity for playing Devil’s Advocate in almost any debate probably means I’m well-suited to life as a dispute resolution lawyer.
I specialise in disputes about trusts and wills. I enjoy how technical it is practising in this field and am lucky to also have the privilege of teaching my specialism to undergraduates at University College London. I am able to draw upon my academic knowledge of trusts to my clients’ advantage.
I also have fond memories of graduate life at UCL, where a group of friends and I set up a student-led human rights group which appraised the then Government’s record on human rights, receiving national press coverage in the process. I think deep down it is this sense of justice that motivates me in my work.
I’m not sure my wife would always agree, but I’m told I also have a good sense of humour and tend to have a smile on my face.