Areas of Practice: Regulatory and disciplinary matters; Financial remedy cases; TOLATA; Inheritance Act claims; Private law children cases.
From having a mixed law practice over the years, Chris has increasingly specialised in regulatory and disciplinary work over the past 5 years. He is ideally placed to deal with the demands of regulatory and disciplinary work across diverse areas and has a national practice in such matters.
When he is available he is pleased to receive instructions in financial remedy cases, TOLATA applications, Inheritance Act claims and private law children cases.
Chris is qualified under the Bar Council Public Access Scheme to receive instructions direct from the public in appropriate cases.
Legal Assessor to the Nursing and Midwifery Council since 1994.
Deputy District Judge (Civil) since 1996.
Legal Adviser to the General Dental Council since 2010
Legally qualified chair to Mayor of London Office for Policing and Crime since Sept 2015
Bar Final Examinations, The College of Law (1976) LLB, London School of Economics (1975)
Thomas v Blaenau Gwent CBC (2004) The case concerned the liability of a Local Authority for personal injuries caused to a tenant by defective premises.
Jamieson v Thomas (1985) reported in Kemp & Kemp on quantum or damages under “serious arm injury”.
Lecture on Schedule 1 to the Children Act 1998 (summer 2006)
Wales and Chester Circuit
Family Law Bar Association