A powerful advocate.”
Commercial, banking, insolvency and Chancery
Guy is an experienced chancery practitioner with a thorough understanding of trust principles, and acts and advises in connection with the administration of trusts and estates. He has a particular expertise in derivative actions.
He is a member of STEP and has had a number of reported trusts, estates, estoppel and undue influence cases. He also appeared in the first trust/estate case to be heard by the Supreme Court: Roberts v Gill  1 AC 240, which is the leading case on derivative actions.
In the last year he has appeared in a reported trusts case, and appeared at a 5-day trial involving a claim by way proprietary estoppel.
- Junior Counsel to the Crown (2003-2007)
- Chancery Bar Association
- Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association
- Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
Qualifications & awards:
- MA (Cantab)
Guy won entrance scholarships to Stowe School and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he read Natural Sciences and Law. He did his pupillage in London in Chancery and Administrative Law chambers.