Edward is developing a thriving advocacy and advisory practice across all of Chambers’ areas of work, including in particular commercial disputes of all kinds, insolvency matters, company and partnership disputes, civil fraud, as well as disputes involving trusts and real property. Edward is instructed as sole counsel and as part of a team, and regularly appears unled in the High Court and County Court.
Edward is a member of the Attorney General’s Junior Juniors Scheme.
Before coming to the Bar, Edward was a Lecturer in Law at Balliol College, Oxford, and taught Trusts at Balliol and Oriel colleges.
Edward read law at Magdalen College, Oxford. He graduated ranked second in the university, with first class marks in all nine papers, and took several prizes. Edward then completed the BPTC as a Lord Justice Holker scholar of Gray’s Inn, receiving an ‘Outstanding’ grade. Edward also holds a Bachelor of Arts with first class honours from the University of Sydney, and speaks German to a workable standard.
Terms of Business
Edward’s clerks are happy to discuss the basis on which he will act in any given matter. In the absence of express written agreement to the contrary, the terms on which Edward accepts instructions are the 'Standard Contractual Terms for the Supply of Legal Services By Barristers to Authorised Persons 2020’ (as updated from time to time) referred to in the BSB Handbook.