Year Of Call: 1994
Paul has a wide-ranging common law practice, acting for both claimants and defendants. With extensive experience of jury, tribunal and appellate advocacy in addition to cases tried by judges alone, he has a particular interest in civil claims against local authorities and the police, and in social security and community care law.
Paul is recommended as a leading junior in the latest editions of Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 which describe his as follows:-
"Incredibly hard-working and seriously bright. If you have a tough case, he's the person you want working for you."
"An excellent legal mind."
“He is extremely precise, robust and intelligent.”
“Instructed by the Met in challenging cases.”
"A very solid and sensible practitioner."
"He's clever and excellent in both his drafting and his advocacy."
Paul has written and lectured extensively in his areas of practice. He also has a long-standing commitment to pro bono work with the Bar Pro Bono Unit, FRU and Waterloo Legal Advice Service.
Paul is authorised to accept instructions under the Public Access Scheme.
R (McGrath) v Secretary of State for Work & Pensions
 EWHC 1042 (Admin)
The court was bound to find that the recovery of overpaid benefit by way of...
Ryan v Shropshire County Council
QBD (Birmingham) 11/01/2012
The claimants' claim for misfeasance in public office against the defendant...
Latest Publications Read more
- 'Facts and Figures' (Sweet and Maxwell)
- 'National Welfare Benefits Handbook' (Child Poverty Action Group - 2 annual editions)
- Administrative Law Bar Association
- Personal Injuries Bar Association
- Professional Negligence Bar Association
- Social Security Legal Practitioners’ Group