Nick became a tenant at Kings Chambers in September 2020 after completing pupillage under the supervision of Andrew Latimer and Eleanor Temple. Nick has quickly developed a busy practice across all areas practised by the Business and Property team with a particular interest in insolvency, commercial and corporate disputes.
During pupillage, under the supervision of Andrew Latimer, Nick gained experience in all aspects of commercial and chancery work, with an emphasis on commercial dispute resolution, company and property matters. In his second six and under the supervision of Eleanor Temple he gained particular experience in insolvency, banking and finance.
Prior to coming to the bar Nick qualified as a chartered accountant in the corporate tax team at one of the ‘Big 4’ firms, which provides a useful background when dealing with matters with an accounting, financial or tax aspect.”
Year of Call: 2019
During pupillage Nick observed a remitted arbitration under FA Rule K. Nick has an ongoing interest in sports disputes.
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