Will has a broad and growing practice spanning all areas of Chambers’ work including:
He has appeared as sole counsel in the County Court on a wide range of matters including applications for specific disclosure, a successful application to set aside default judgment, and a wide range of general commercial trials. He is due to appear in a 2-day trial relating to a contractual dispute in March 2019 and in the Circuit Commercial Court on a tort claim for conversion. Will has also recently provided witness statements to the Court of Appeal in Piraeus, Greece and the Commercial Court of the Orenburg Region, Russia on matters of English law.
He has worked as part of counsel teams of various sizes and is currently assisting Nigel Cooper QC in relation to a fatal accident that occured on a yacht, John Kimbell QC on another fatal accident involving a powerboat and a yacht tender in Bermuda, and Robert-Jan Temmink QC on a s.994 unfair prejudice petition.
Will has market experience in marine, aviation and space insurance having undertaken a placement in 2018 with a leading insurer. During the placement he advised on stock throughput, P&I, War Risks and H&M policies.
Recent highlights include:
BSc Mathematics, Imperial College, London (First Class)
Graduate Diploma in Law, Oxford Brookes University (Distinction, 1st in year)
Bar Professional Training Course, BPP (Outstanding)
Lord Denning Scholar, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
Buchanan Prize, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
Hardwicke Entrance Award, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
Excellence Award, BPP
Oxford University Press Law Prize (for the highest performance on the GDL)
Leading Insurer, complex claims team
Will sits on the London Advisory Board of the national children’s charity Chicks. He has been a long-standing advocate for the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community and is happy to consider pro bono instructions in related matters.