Administrative Law or Judicial Review
Tim was called to the Bar in 2012, having previously worked as a solicitor at a leading criminal defence firm in the jurisdiction. Since then, Tim has developed a practice that includes judicial review, immigration, employment and personal injury. He has also been appointed to the Coroners Panel of Counsel (B panel).
2008: Postgraduate diploma in Professional Legal Studies
2006: LLB (Hons) Northumbria University, Newcastle
2004: BA(Hons) Economics, Queens University, Ontario, Canada
Tim acts on behalf of applicants in a wide range of issues, including:
Tim acts for appellants at the First and Upper Tier (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) in cases concerning:
Tim appears before both the High Court and the County Court in cases arising from:
Tim acts for both Claimants and Respondents at the Industrial Tribunal in cases concerning:
Tim continues to appear in criminal matters before both the Crown and Magistrates’ court dealing with alleged offences ranging from shoplifting to murder.
He is also developing a sports law practice and has acted for players who have been injured on the field of play, as well as acting for individuals with disputes against sporting governing bodies.