Call: 2016 (Inner Temple)
Education: LL.B (Hons), LL.M (Commercial)

Practice Areas: CivilFamilyImmigration – Consumer Credit

Jamie joined Chambers as a tenant after successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of Trevor Berriman.

Civil & Commercial

Prior to joining Chambers, Jamie built up a significant amount of experience as a County Court Advocate with a leading advocacy firm. As part of that role, he attended more than fifteen hundred hearings across the Civil and Commercial spectrum.

Jamie is regularly instructed in small claims and fast track matters involving contractual disputes, commercial debt recovery, road traffic and credit hire. He has extensive experience representing banks and financial institutions in consumer credit matters. Jamie also maintains a successful insolvency practice including applications for bankruptcy petitions, winding up orders and applications to annul.

He is regularly instructed to advise and represent clients at all stages of litigation including interim applications such as applications to set aside judgment and costs and case management hearings.

Jamie accepts instructions on all aspects of residential and commercial landlord and tenant claims, including those involving anti-social behaviour, disrepair and forfeiture.

Jamie maintains a busy paperwork practice, advising clients on a wide range of disputes pre-litigation and at all stages throughout the litigation process. He is adept at drafting statements of case.


Jamie accepts instructions in all aspects of private law matters including multi-day finding of fact hearings and final hearings. Jamie has extensive experience in cases involving allegations of domestic abuse, sexual abuse and parental alienation.

Jamie also represents clients in Family Law Act proceedings including those relating to non-molestation orders and occupation orders.

Jamie is instructed in financial remedy proceedings at all stages of the process and has experience dealing with cases involving significant assets and complex pension issues.


Jamie accepts instructions in a range of immigration matters including those involving issues of human rights, asylum and deportation.


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