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Overview

After completing his LLB at the University of Nottingham, Martin worked in strategic litigation and advocacy for an international human rights NGO in Budapest. On returning to the UK in 2014 he qualified as an Independent Mental Health Advocate and represented people sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

Martin was graded Outstanding on the BPTC, ranking in the top 5 in his year. He received Hardwicke and Buchanan Awards, as well as an Overseas Internship Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn.

He hopes to develop a broad civil practice.

Away from the Bar, Martin retains directorship of an Educational Company he founded which delivers training on ethics to medical students. His passions include cars and sport.

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