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Robert read History at the London School of Economics.  He returned to his native Nottingham to complete the GDL and BPTC at Nottingham Law School.  He was awarded a Distinction on the GDL and graded Outstanding on the BPTC.

Robert joined Chambers in March 2022, following the successful completion of his pupillage under the principal supervision of John Campbell.  During pupillage he gained experience in disease, clinical negligence and personal injury work as well as commercial, property and contested probate cases.

He is developing a busy practice and welcomes instructions from claimants and defendants in all areas of Chambers’ expertise.

Robert is a Major Scholar of the Inner Temple, won the Taylor Prize for the Best Overall Performance on the BPTC, the Alastair Munt Memorial Advocacy Prize as best Advocate on the BPTC, and the Inner Temple BPTC Prize.

Before coming to the Bar, he worked as a Clerk to Her Majesty’s Justices, a County Court Advocate and as a Paralegal on the Infected Blood Inquiry.

Away from work Robert enjoys keeping fit, exploring the dustier reaches of a good wine merchant and poking about in antique shops.

  • Professional Membership

    • Personal Injuries Bar Association

  • Qualifications

    • BA (hons) in History from the London School of Economics
    • Graduate Diploma in Law from Nottingham Law School (Distinction)
    • BPTC from Nottingham Law School (Outstanding)


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