Peter was called to the Bar by Gray’s Inn in July 2018 and joined Chambers as a pupil in October 2018 becoming a tenant in October 2019.
As a First Six pupil, under the supervision of Huw Davies and James Rozier, Peter has had experience of Chambers’ core practice areas including personal injury, clinical negligence and employment. In his First Six, Peter experienced credit hire matters, fast track trials, cases involving fundamental dishonesty, procedural applications, CCMCs and appeals.
Peter welcomes instructions in all of Chambers’ areas of expertise.
Peter has been instructed in cases including both fast track and small claims trials, credit hire matters, Stage 3 hearings, infant approvals and a variety of applications. He is also developing a paperwork practice and welcomes instructions to draft pleadings, advices on liability, quantum, points of law, costs and procedure.
Peter was awarded a First in Law from the Open University and undertook the BPTC at BPP where he was assessed as outstanding in a number of modules, including Personal Injury and International Trade.
2018: Gray’s Inn Annual Moot 2017-18 – Winner
2017: The Times/2TG Moot – Winner
2017: Landmark Chambers Property Moot – Finalist
2017: Francis Taylor Building Kingsland Cup Moot – Finalist
2015: Herbert Smith Freehills / The Times Advocacy Competition – Finalist
2015: OUP/BPP National Moot Competition – Finalist
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Member of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn
Personal Injuries Bar Association
London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association
2018: BPTC, BPP University, assessed Very Competent
2017: Bachelor of Laws LLB, Open University, First
Peter has had an extensive career in commercial music specialising in large-scale touring projects. He has worked widely in Europe and Asia, and had considerable success opening up the new Chinese market. Latterly he was the Managing Director of one of London’s leading music agencies.
Away from the law Peter is a slow but persistent runner, having recently completed his first half marathon, and plays the trombone badly.