Peter is a civil practitioner with extensive experience of advocacy in High Court, County Court and ADR venues. He practises in all areas of matrimonial law, including Inheritance Act and TOLATA cases. He is a member of the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (“IFLA”).
Peter is also a member of our construction group and property/chancery group. Areas of expertise include professional negligence in the conveyancing context, banking and O’Brien type cases.
As a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, he was on the FIMBRA arbitration panel dealing with financial services until it was wound up. He has acted within construction arbitrations. He is now a member of IFLA: see below.
Having practised as a solicitor over 20 years ago, Peter still enjoys one-to-one interaction with clients. Experience make him especially alert to the need to be informative and frank about the costs of litigation, and to calm clients in what is often, to them, a very frightening experience.
Peter lives just outside Oxford, commuting by cycle. He plays Real Tennis and is an experienced skier. Married with two daughters. Speaks conversational French.