Chloe Carpenter QC

Chloe Carpenter QC

Call 2001 | Silk 2020

"Her advocacy is absolutely brilliant, clients have a huge amount of trust in her and she is incredibly dedicated to what she does. She is just unflustered in every way and approaches things impeccably."


Chambers & Partners

For enquiries please contact

Sian Huckett

Sian Huckett
Deputy Senior Clerk
+44 (0)20 7842 3764
Click here to email

George Hack
Team Leader
+44 (0)207 842 3762
Click here to email

Expertise

Reported Administrative & Public Law Cases


SRA v James, SRA v MacGregor & SRA v Naylor [2018] 4 WLR 163

Acting for the SRA on three appeals to the Divisional Court against decisions by the SDT not to strike solicitors off the Roll for dishonest conduct.


SRA v Main [2018] EWHC 3666 (Admin)

Acting for the SRA on the appeal to the Divisional Court.


SRA v Malins [2018] EWCA Civ 366

Acting for the SRA (with Richard Coleman QC) on the appeal to the Court of Appeal concerning the meaning of the concept of integrity/lack of integrity in the regulatory context.


Beety & Others v NMC [2017] EWHC 3232 (Admin)

Acting for the Nursing and Midwifery Council (‘NMC’) (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) in the successful defence of a judicial review. The Registrar of the NMC had made a decision that the indemnity arrangement held by members of Independent Midwives UK Ltd did not provide appropriate cover for attending women in childbirth. The claimants’ case (that the decision had been made in error of law and/or breached their rights under EU law and/or breached their Article 1 Protocol 1 rights under the Human Rights Act) was rejected.


SRA v Blavo [2017] 1 W.L.R. 4514 (High Court) & [2018] EWCA Civ 2250 (Court of Appeal)

Acting for the SRA in a claim for intervention costs.


Moosavi v Law Society [2016] EWHC 1821 (Admin)

Acting for the SRA in opposing an appeal against conditions on a solicitor’s practicing certificate.


Lumsdon v Legal Services Board, BSB & SRA [2014] EWHC 28 (Admin)

Acting for the SRA in the QASA judicial review.


Ogunniyi & Adhikari v SRA [2014] EWHC 3861 (Ch) & [2014] EWHC 1835 (Ch)

Acting for the SRA in Chancery proceedings arising from an intervention.


Al Sulaiman v Credit Suisse & Plurimi [2013] EWHC 400 (Comm)

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) for the second defendant in the defence of a claim for alleged mis-selling of structured notes and alleged mismanagement of an advisory portfolio, which included defending claims of alleged breaches of COBs rules.


SRA v Thaker

Acting for the SRA in disciplinary proceedings in 2012 (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC). Also acting for the SRA in a judicial review application brought by Mr Thaker during the course of those proceedings (Thaker v SRA [2012] EWHC 432 (Admin)).


SRA v Yildiz

Acting for the SRA on a solicitor’s claim for withdrawal of an intervention and for the SRA in the subsequent disciplinary proceedings.


Law Society v Baxendale-Walker & Auden

Acting (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) for the Law Society on Mr Baxendale-Walker’s appeal from phase 1 of the SDT disciplinary findings and on the Law Society’s successful cross-appeal on costs (Divisional Court [2006] 3 All ER 675, Court of Appeal [2007] 3 All ER 330). Acting (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) for the Law Society on Mr Baxendale-Walker’s appeal to the Master of the Rolls against conditions on his practising certificate (2005) and responding to an application for judicial review of a decision of the SDT (2005 -2006). Also acting (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) in the phase 2 disciplinary proceedings (against Mr Baxendale-Walker and Mr Auden).

Notable Administrative & Public Law Cases


Regularly advising on issues of regulatory compliance.


Acting for various law firms and individual solicitors in respect of SRA investigations.


Acting for insolvency practitioners in respect of investigations by the Insolvency Practitioners Association.


Anpa Forward v FCA

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) for the FCA in a judicial review brought against the FCA regarding the Payment Services Regulations.


Acting for the SRA in respect of an appeal to the Court of Appeal in respect of a claim for breach of Article 1 Protocol 1.


Acting (with Richard Coleman QC) for the SRA in relation to injunction proceedings arising out of interventions into two law firms.


Acting for the Law Society on two judicial review claims brought by a solicitor who challenged IPS awards.


Law Society v Farrell

Acting for the Law Society in obtaining summary judgment against the defendant on a claim for breach of trust and a subrogated claim brought by the Law Society in its capacity as trustee of the Compensation Fund (2011).


Law Society v Guyster (2007)

Acting (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) for the Law Society in an application for an injunction against a solicitor who was the subject of an intervention compelling him to hand over documents to the Law Society.

Notable Aviation & Travel Cases


Advising as to the effect of section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 in the event of tour operator failure.


Acting (with Akhil Shah QC) in a claim arising out of an air accident.


Acting in various claims for loss of baggage and delay raising Warsaw Convention issues.

Reported Banking & Finance Cases


Newham v Barclays Bank [2021] 2 WLR 1180

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) for Newham Council in a LIBOR manipulation claim.


Al Khorafi & Others v Bank Sarasin-Alpen & Another

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) for the first appellant in in its appeal to the DIFC Court of Appeal in Dubai and in respect of a quantum determination. The case concerned the alleged mis-selling of structured notes.


Alexander (as representative of the Property 118 Action Group) v West Bromwich Mortgage Company Limited [2015] EWHC 135 (Comm); [2016] EWCA Civ 496

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) for a mortgage provider regarding a representative claim for breach of contract brought by a borrower representing several hundred others in an action group in respect of the increase of the margin payable over Bank of England Base Rate on buy-to-let mortgages.


Al Sulaiman v Credit Suisse & Plurimi [2013] EWHC 400 (Comm)

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) for the second defendant in the successful defence of a claim for alleged mis-selling of structured notes and alleged mismanagement of an advisory portfolio.


Awal Bank BSC (In Administration) v Al-Sanea [2011] EWHC 1354 (Comm)

Acting for Awal Bank BSC (with Marcus Smith QC) in relation to a claim under a put option agreement.

Notable Banking & Finance Cases


Basalt & Palazzo v RBS & Thamesview v RBS

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) in swaps cases regarding alleged LIBOR misrepresentations and/or swaps mis-selling.


McEneaney & Others v Ulster Bank & Another

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) for a bank in the defence of group litigation for alleged mis-selling of investments in a company which held an indirect interest in commercial property.


Acting in claims relating to finance leases raising various issues including of capacity and authority.


Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) in an insurance dispute arising out of mortgage endowment mis-selling.


Box Clever Securitisation litigation

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC and John Taylor QC) in this matter concerning duties of arranger and joint lead manager in the context of a securitisation.


Acting (with Michael Brindle QC and Craig Orr) for Close Brothers Corporate Finance in defending a claim for £180 million by UGC.

Notable Civil Fraud Cases


Newham v Barclays

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) in a LIBOR manipulation claim.


Diorite & Miller v Tiku

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) for claimants in a multi-million dollar deceit claim.


Acting (with David Railton QC and Marcus Smith QC) for the insured in a three-week arbitration concerning an insurance dispute with Lloyd’s insurers regarding viatical policies.


Acting for a High Street bank in obtaining freezing injunctions against customers.

Reported Commercial Disputes Cases


Newham v Barclays Bank [2021] 2 WLR 1180

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) for Newham Council in a LIBOR manipulation claim.


Al Khorafi & Others v Bank Sarasin-Alpen & Another

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) for a financial services provider in its appeal to the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Court of Appeal and in a quantum determination. The claim concerned the alleged mis-selling of structured notes on a leveraged basis, following the non-payment by the investors of margin calls in 2008 leading to the liquidation of their account.


Alexander (as representative of the Property 118 Action Group) v West Bromwich Mortgage Company Limited [2015] EWHC 135 (Comm); [2016] EWCA Civ 496

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) for a mortgage provider regarding a representative claim brought in the Commercial Court for breach of contract brought by a borrower representing several hundred others in an action group in respect of the increase of the margin payable over Bank of England Base Rate on buy-to-let mortgages.


Al Sulaiman v Credit Suisse & Plurimi [2013] EWHC 400 (Comm)

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) for investment advisers in defending a claim in the Commercial Court for alleged mis-selling of structured notes on a leveraged basis and alleged mismanagement of an advisory portfolio, following the investor’s failure to pay margin calls in 2008 leading to the liquidation of her account.


Awal Bank BSC (In Administration) v Al-Sanea [2011] EWHC 1354 (Comm)

Acting for the administrators of Awal Bank BSC (with Marcus Smith QC) in relation to a claim in the Commercial Court under a put option agreement.


7E v Vertex [2007] 1 WLR 2175 (Court of Appeal)

Acting (with Guy Philipps QC) in a jurisdictional dispute.

Notable Commercial Disputes Cases


Acting for Bupa defending a claim brought by a broker for commissions alleged to be due.


Acting for perfume manufacturers defending a claim for breach of contract brought by a former distributor.


China Development Bank v Angel Shipping

Acting for a Chinese bank in relation to claims under a loan agreement / guarantees.


McEneaney & Others v Ulster Bank & Another

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) in the defence of group litigation in the Commercial Court for alleged mis-selling of investments in a company which held an indirect interest in commercial property, the company having been liquidated following the credit crunch.


Diorite & Miller v Tiku

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) for claimants in a multi-million dollar deceit claim listed for trial in the Commercial Court in 2013.


Acting for a firm of solicitors on a claim for its professional fees.


Acting in claims relating to finance leases raising various issues including of capacity and authority.


Acting (with Jeffrey Chapman QC) in a claim for a declaration that a contract had pursuant to one of its terms been extended. The claim settled shortly before the preliminary issue was due to be heard.


Law Society v Farrell

Acting for the Law Society in obtaining summary judgment against the defendant on a claim for breach of trust and a subrogated claim brought by the Law Society in its capacity as trustee of the Compensation Fund.


Acting (with Mark Simpson QC) for solicitors facing a claim arising out of tax advice given on a Management Buy Out.


Acting for the claimant in a High Court claim for breach of an archiving contract, including various contested applications heard at a CMC. The case settled before trial.


Box Clever Securitisation litigation

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC and John Taylor QC) in the Commercial Court in this case concerning duties of arranger and joint lead manager in the context of a securitisation.


Acting (with Michael Brindle QC and Craig Orr) for Close Brothers Corporate Finance in defending a claim for £180 million by UGC.


Advising on credit card issuer liability under section 75 Consumer Credit Act 1974.


Consumer Law

Experience of other aspects of the Consumer Credit Act, e.g. issue of whether an agreement which exceeded the statutory ceiling fell within the Act as a multiple agreement.


Consumer Law

Experience of cases raising issues under the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contract Regulations 1999 and the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977.

Reported Company, Restructuring & Insolvency Cases


SRA v Blavo [2017] 1 W.L.R. 4514 (High Court) & [2018] EWCA Civ 2250 (Court of Appeal)

Acting for the SRA in a matter which raised the issue of whether intervention costs owed by a solicitor were a liquidated debt that could be the subject of a statutory demand.


Sterling Hay Corporate Risks Limited v Mr Wasu [2003] EWHC 748 (Ch)

Acting for a company on an application to restrain advertisement of a winding up petition.

Notable Company, Restructuring & Insolvency Cases


Acting for insolvency practitioners in respect of investigations by the Insolvency Practitioners Association.


Experience of advising on various partnership issues e.g. whether a salaried partner liable for partnership debts under the “holding out” principle.

Notable Insurance Cases


Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) in an insurance dispute arising out of mortgage endowment mis-selling.


Acting (with David Railton QC and Marcus Smith QC) for the insured in a three-week arbitration concerning an insurance dispute with Lloyd’s insurers regarding viatical policies.


Acting (with Michael Brindle QC and Craig Orr QC) for insurers in connection with claims arising out of the collapse of Enron.


Advising on insurance coverage issues relating to professional indemnity insurance.

Chloe accepts appointments to act as an arbitrator. Given her experience in both commercial work and regulatory / disciplinary work, she is particularly well placed to act as arbitrator in cases which raise both commercial and regulatory isssues.

Notable International Arbitration Cases


Acting in an arbitration regarding a dispute arising under Cayman Islands law.


Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) in an insurance dispute arising out of mortgage endowment mis-selling.


Acting (with David Railton QC and Marcus Smith QC) for the insured in a three-week arbitration concerning an insurance dispute with Lloyd’s insurers regarding viatical policies.

Chloe regularly advises clients, including law firms, on questions of privilege. She is a specialist in professional discipline and regulatory work and, in that context, regularly advises on issue of conflicts of interest and confidentiality. She is also a co-author of The Law of Privilege, OUP, third edition (edited by Bankim Thanki QC).

Reported Privilege, Confidentiality & Conflicts of Interest Cases


Lumsdon v Legal Services Board, BSB and SRA [2014] EWHC 28 (Admin)

Acting for the  SRA in the successful defence of the judicial review of the QASA scheme. Chloe took the lead, on behalf of those representing the regulators, in arguing the privilege point that arose.


Acting in a number of cases for the SRA in which the allegations included allegations of a solicitor acting in conflict of interest.  E.g. Law Society v Baxendale-Walker and Auden (2006).


Hilton v Barker Booth and Eastwood [2005] UKHL 8

Acting for the successful appellant (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) in the House of Lords (duty of confidentiality to one client is no answer, in defence of a professional negligence claim, to duty to disclose to the claimant client. The solicitor who takes on two instructions with conflicting duties has only him/herself to blame and will inevitably breach his/her duty to one client).

Reported Professional Discipline Cases


SRA v Mishcon de Reya [2021]

Acting for the firm in respect of allegations brought by the SRA that the firm had acted as a banking facility.


SRA v Senior, Baker McKenzie & Others [2020]

Acting for the firm in respect of allegations brought by the SRA in relation to an internal investigation conducted by the firm.


SRA v Kabir & Anderson

Acting for the SRA (leading Alexandra Whelan).


SRA v James, SRA v MacGregor & SRA v Naylor [2018] 4 WLR 163

Acting for the SRA on three appeals to the Divisional Court against decisions by the SDT not to strike solicitors off the Roll for dishonest conduct.


SRA v Main [2018] EWHC 3666 (Admin)

Acting for the SRA on the appeal to the Divisional Court.


SRA v Malins [2018] EWCA Civ 366

Acting for the SRA (with Richard Coleman QC) on the appeal to the Court of Appeal concerning the meaning of the concept of integrity/lack of integrity in the regulatory context.


Acting for the SRA in disciplinary proceedings brought against Clifford Chance and a partner, Mr Panayides.


Acting for the SRA in various cases brought before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, including SRA v Obatolu and Kola and SRA v Obatolu and Scott-Emuakpor, SRA v Mohammed, SRA v Lee, SRA v Goldberg, SRA v Ford, SRA v Wheeler.


Broomhead v SRA [2014] EWHC 2772 (Admin)

Acting for the SRA in respect of the disciplinary proceedings and appeal.


SRA v Thaker

Acting for the SRA in disciplinary proceedings in 2012 (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC). Also acting for the SRA in a judicial review application brought by Mr Thaker during the course of those proceedings (Thaker v SRA [2012] EWHC 432 (Admin)).


SRA v Yildiz

Acting for the SRA on a solicitor’s claim for withdrawal of an intervention and for the SRA in the subsequent disciplinary proceedings.


SRA v Higgott

Acting for the SRA (heard by the Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal in October 2011).


SRA v Baptist, Benz, Taylor & Wild (2010-2011)

Acting for the SRA (with Nicholas Peacock QC).


Acting for the SRA (with Richard Coleman QC) in the disciplinary proceedings brought against certain former partners of Rowe Cohen regarding their work in connection with the TAG Scheme (2009).


Acting at the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal for a solicitor charged with dishonest, alternatively reckless, breaches of the Solicitors Accounts Rules and dishonest, alternatively culpable, overcharging (October 2009). The solicitor was acquitted of dishonesty.


Law Society v Baxendale-Walker & Auden

Acting (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) for the Law Society on Mr Baxendale-Walker’s appeal from phase 1 of the SDT disciplinary findings and on the Law Society’s successful cross-appeal on costs (Divisional Court [2006] 3 All ER 675, Court of Appeal [2007] 3 All ER 330). Acting (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) for the Law Society on Mr Baxendale-Walker’s appeal to the Master of the Rolls against conditions on his practising certificate (2005) and responding to an application for judicial review of a decision of the SDT (2005 -2006). Also acting (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) in the phase 2 disciplinary proceedings (against Mr Baxendale-Walker and Mr Auden).


Miners Compensation cases (2006 onwards)

Acting for the Law Society/SRA on disciplinary/regulatory issues including SRA v Raleys, SRA v Nulty and Trotter and SRA v Robinson (with Katrina Wingfield).

Notable Professional Discipline Cases


Regularly advising on issues of regulatory compliance.


Acting for various law firms and individual solicitors in respect of SRA investigations.


Acting for insolvency practitioners in respect of investigations by the Insolvency Practitioners Association.


Acting (with Bankim Thanki QC) in respect of a commodities investigation.

Reported Professional Negligence Cases


Al Khorafi & Others v Bank Sarasin Alpen & Another

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC) for a financial services provider in its appeal to the DIFC Court of Appeal. The case concerns alleged mis-selling of structured notes, raising issues as to compliance with the regulatory regime in Dubai.


Al Sulaiman v Credit Suisse & Plurimi [2013] EWHC 400 (Comm)

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) for investment advisers in successfully defending a claim for alleged mis-selling of structured notes and alleged mismanagement of an advisory portfolio.


Hilton v Barker Booth & Eastwood [2005] UKHL 8

Acting for the appellant (with Timothy Dutton CBE QC) in the House of Lords.

Notable Professional Negligence Cases


Basalt v RBS

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC) for claimants on a swaps mis-selling claim.


Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) for a barrister facing a claim of professional negligence.


McEneaney & Others v Ulster Bank & Another

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) in the defence of group litigation for alleged mis-selling of investments in a company which held an indirect interest in commercial property.


Acting for a solicitor defending a claim for professional negligence.


Acting (with Mark Simpson QC) for solicitors facing a claim arising out of tax advice given on a Management Buy Out.


Box Clever Securitisation litigation

Acting (with Michael Brindle QC and John Taylor QC) in this matter concerning duties of arranger and joint lead manager in the context of a securitisation.


Acting (with Mark Simpson QC) for a firm of valuers in a £1.8 million claim arising out of a valuation of a development site and two HMOs.


Acting (with Michael Brindle QC and Craig Orr) for Close Brothers Corporate Finance in defending a claim for £180 million by UGC.

"Chloe is an incredibly impressive barrister. She leaves no stone unturned and is very knowledgeable."


The Legal 500

"Chloe knows exactly how to approach a case tactically and strategically. She is very responsive and user-friendly."


The Legal 500

"Confident and forceful with good powers of analysis."


The Legal 500

"She has a fantastic forensic mind and is able to drill down and find holes in the other side’s evidence."


The Legal 500

"Brilliant to work with, incredibly focused, knows the law well and prepares thoroughly." "She knows her stuff inside and out."


Chambers & Partners

"An excellent advocate. She is forensic in her approach and quick at getting back to you. Her drafting is excellent."


Chambers & Partners

"She has for many years been the go-to person for difficult cases by the SRA. Strong analytical skills, high levels of intellect and commercial acumen. She demonstrates a particular tenacity in dealing with complex contractual issues."


Chambers & Partners

"Absolutely forensic in her examination of the evidence, she knows exactly where the issues lie."


The Legal 500

"Extremely bright but commercial and is always accessible."


The Legal 500

Chambers & Partners
  • Professional Discipline
The Legal 500
  • Administrative & Public Law
  • Professional Disciplinary & Regulatory Law
  • Professional Negligence

  • BVC (Very Competent), Inns of Court School of Law (2001)
  • BCL (Distinction), Brasenose College, Oxford (2000)
  • LLB (First Class) (top First in the University), King’s College London (1999)

  • CEDR accredited mediator
  • Member of COMBAR
  • Member of ARDL (The Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers)
  • Mansfield Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (2000)
  • Hardwicke Entrance Award, Lincoln’s Inn (2000)
  • Joint proxime accessit of the Vinerian Scholar (i.e. second highest mark on the BCL)
  • Restitution Prize, Oxford University (2000) (highest mark in the university for law of Restitution on the BCL)
  • Arts and Humanities Research Board Award for Postgraduate Study (1999)
  • Sweet and Maxwell Prize, King’s College London (1999) (highest Honours in the LLB)
  • Strand Trust Prize, King’s College London (1998 and 1999) (highest overall marks in Parts I and II of the LLB)
  • Taught law of Restitution at King’s College London, September-December 2000

  • “Interest under a loan linked to a base rate: issues to consider” Butterworths Journal of International Banking & Financial Law (June 2022).
  • Joint author of The Law of Privilege, edited by Bankim Thanki QC, third edition (2018, Oxford University Press).
  • Joint author of Law of Bank Payments, 5th edition, edited by Michael Brindle QC and Raymond Cox QC (2017, Sweet & Maxwell).
  • Contributor to Disciplinary and Regulatory Proceedings, 10th edition, edited by Dame Alison Foster DBE, Greg Treverton-Jones QC and Saima Hanif (2019, 10th edition, Lexis Nexis).
  • The Scope of Legal Professional Privilege, R (on the application of Prudential Plc) v Special Commissioner of Income Tax [2013] UKSC 1; [2013] 2 W.L.R. 325 SC” P.N. 2013, 29(2), 132-135.
  • “Do they bear comparison?” S.J. 2013, 157(24), 17.
  • Review of “Enrichment and Restitution in New Zealand” L.I. 2001, 15(4), 246-254.

For enquiries please contact

Sian Huckett

Sian Huckett
Deputy Senior Clerk
+44 (0)20 7842 3764
Click here to email

George Hack
Team Leader
+44 (0)207 842 3762
Click here to email

"Chloe is an incredibly impressive barrister. She leaves no stone unturned and is very knowledgeable."


The Legal 500

"Chloe knows exactly how to approach a case tactically and strategically. She is very responsive and user-friendly."


The Legal 500

"Confident and forceful with good powers of analysis."


The Legal 500

"She has a fantastic forensic mind and is able to drill down and find holes in the other side’s evidence."


The Legal 500

"Brilliant to work with, incredibly focused, knows the law well and prepares thoroughly." "She knows her stuff inside and out."


Chambers & Partners

"An excellent advocate. She is forensic in her approach and quick at getting back to you. Her drafting is excellent."


Chambers & Partners

"She has for many years been the go-to person for difficult cases by the SRA. Strong analytical skills, high levels of intellect and commercial acumen. She demonstrates a particular tenacity in dealing with complex contractual issues."


Chambers & Partners

"Absolutely forensic in her examination of the evidence, she knows exactly where the issues lie."


The Legal 500

"Extremely bright but commercial and is always accessible."


The Legal 500

Chambers & Partners
  • Professional Discipline
The Legal 500
  • Administrative & Public Law
  • Professional Disciplinary & Regulatory Law
  • Professional Negligence

  • BVC (Very Competent), Inns of Court School of Law (2001)
  • BCL (Distinction), Brasenose College, Oxford (2000)
  • LLB (First Class) (top First in the University), King’s College London (1999)

  • CEDR accredited mediator
  • Member of COMBAR
  • Member of ARDL (The Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers)
  • Mansfield Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (2000)
  • Hardwicke Entrance Award, Lincoln’s Inn (2000)
  • Joint proxime accessit of the Vinerian Scholar (i.e. second highest mark on the BCL)
  • Restitution Prize, Oxford University (2000) (highest mark in the university for law of Restitution on the BCL)
  • Arts and Humanities Research Board Award for Postgraduate Study (1999)
  • Sweet and Maxwell Prize, King’s College London (1999) (highest Honours in the LLB)
  • Strand Trust Prize, King’s College London (1998 and 1999) (highest overall marks in Parts I and II of the LLB)
  • Taught law of Restitution at King’s College London, September-December 2000

  • “Interest under a loan linked to a base rate: issues to consider” Butterworths Journal of International Banking & Financial Law (June 2022).
  • Joint author of The Law of Privilege, edited by Bankim Thanki QC, third edition (2018, Oxford University Press).
  • Joint author of Law of Bank Payments, 5th edition, edited by Michael Brindle QC and Raymond Cox QC (2017, Sweet & Maxwell).
  • Contributor to Disciplinary and Regulatory Proceedings, 10th edition, edited by Dame Alison Foster DBE, Greg Treverton-Jones QC and Saima Hanif (2019, 10th edition, Lexis Nexis).
  • The Scope of Legal Professional Privilege, R (on the application of Prudential Plc) v Special Commissioner of Income Tax [2013] UKSC 1; [2013] 2 W.L.R. 325 SC” P.N. 2013, 29(2), 132-135.
  • “Do they bear comparison?” S.J. 2013, 157(24), 17.
  • Review of “Enrichment and Restitution in New Zealand” L.I. 2001, 15(4), 246-254.

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