Robert joined Radcliffe Chambers as a tenant in October 2023 following the successful completion of his pupillage. He is building a broad chancery and commercial practice and welcomes instructions across Chambers’ core practice areas.
During pupillage, Robert has been supervised by Kate Rogers, Daniel Burton, Adam Deacock, and Clive Moys.
Robert has worked on cases across the range of traditional and commercial Chancery work including wills and probate, trusts, insolvency, property, landlord and tenant, commercial, charities and professional negligence.
Before starting pupillage at Radcliffe, Robert worked as a Legislation Adviser at the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. He advised the BEIS Secretary of State and Junior Ministers on primary and secondary legislation across the Department, including insolvency and company legislation.
Robert graduated from University College Dublin with a first-class honours degree in Law (International) with Economics, where he was an Ad Astra Scholar. Robert then obtained the BCL from the University of Oxford before studying the Bar Practice Course at the Inns of Court College of Advocacy as a Lord Denning Scholar of Lincoln’s Inn.