Administrative Law or Judicial Review
Thomas was called to the Bar in 2018.
Thomas is regularly instructed for both plaintiffs and defendants in all tiers of the County Court, the Masters’ Courts, and the High Court across the full spectrum of civil proceedings including personal injury, medical negligence, breach of contract, credit hire, and debt proceedings.
Thomas is also regularly instructed in criminal matters before the Magistrates’ Court, the County Court (Criminal Appeals), the Crown Court, and in High Court bail applications, dealing with offences including serious assaults, drugs, fraud, and dishonesty.
Thomas appears in matters before various tribunals including the Nursing and Midwifery Council, The Lands Tribunal, the Irish Football Association Disciplinary Committee, and the Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel.
2016; LLB Law with Politics, Ulster University
2018; Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies, Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queen’s University
Prior to being called to the Bar, Thomas worked as an Employment Law paralegal in the Belfast office of an English firm. In particular, he gained experience in unfair dismissal, discrimination, equal pay, compromise agreements/settlements, wage claims and whistleblowing.