Adam has an excellent legal brain and is extremely personable and very good to work with. He is very accessible. His advice is detailed and accessible to the lay client and he prioritises things very well.”
Adam is a specialist Commercial and Chancery barrister. His practice covers a wide range of areas including real estate work, court of protection matters, wills, trusts & probate cases, commercial disputes and agricultural law.
At the beginning of his career at the Bar, Adam spent a large proportion of his time advising and assisting a hub of Welsh Authorities in relation to public procurement contracts worth circa £300,000,000, this gave him early exposure to large-scale commercial work.
More recently he has been involved in numerous complicated property law cases, shareholder litigation, Companies Act applications, international will disputes and various other types of Chancery and Commercial work, including a variety of involved contractual and construction disputes. Adam is regularly instructed in cases which raise difficult or esoteric points of law. For example, earlier this year he acted in a week-long trial in a farm-centric case which raised numerous complex and involved property and agricultural law issues, and in which the facts were hotly contested too.
Adam is also an experienced mediator having trained with the London School of Mediation in 2015, worked pro bono as a mediator for a charity for a number of years, and carried out numerous commercial mediations (both in person and remote) over the last few years. For further details in relation to his mediation practice please see his dedicated mediation webpage which can be accessed here. In addition, Adam has substantial experience representing clients in mediations as counsel.
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- Chancery Bar Association
- Property Bar Association
- Western Circuit
Qualifications & awards:
- MA (Cantab) Cambridge University (Philosophy)
- Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction)
- Bar Professional Training Course (Outstanding)
- Buchanan Prize
- New Court Chambers Prize
- Lord Denning Scholarship
- Lord Brougham Scholarship
- Hardwicke Entrance Award