I am a qualified barrister having completed pupillage and practised at the Bar. I am therefore someone with practical experience and knowledge of the law at the highest level. This complements my academic background, which can be summarised as follows. I studied Philosophy as an undergraduate before completing a Graduate Entry Law degree, graduating with First Class Honours. I then completed an LLM in International Trade and Corporate insolvency Law before commencing the Bar Vocational Course at the Inns of Court School of Law. During this time I was awarded four scholarships from Lincoln’s Inn. Thereafter I was offered pupillage at a prominent and highly respected commercial and insolvency chambers. I accepted and upon completion of pupillage developed a busy and well-regarded practice, concentrating on chancery and commercial law. I have recently left the Bar to return to academia – in the autumn I will commence an MPhil with a view to completing a PhD thereafter. Both my academic and professional training/experience has been rigorous and intensive. I look forward to drawing on it to help you achieve success in your studies.
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