Edward Cousins is an Associate Member of Radcliffe Chambers, where he practises as a barrister. He is also qualified to act as a mediator and arbitrator. He was previously the Principal Judge of the Land Registration Division of the Property Chamber and a Chancery barrister in Lincoln’s Inn. He is a specialist property and planning lawyer, with particular expertise in markets and fairs, including street trading; land registration; commons and town and village greens; manorial rights; restrictive covenants, easements; mines and minerals; and public and private rights of way. He is the editor of “Cousins on Mortgages”, “Gadsden and Cousins on Commons and Greens” and “Pease, Chitty and Cousins: Law of Markets and Fairs”. He is a member of the RICS and PLA Panel of Boundary Dispute Mediators., and also is retained as a NPIERS Neighbourhood Plans Examiner.