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Year of Call: 2016


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Clerk: Raj Lamba

Clerk: Morgon Green


Dale is a commercial chancery litigator specialising in chambers core areas of insolvency, property, civil fraud/asset recovery and contractual matters. Dale offers comprehensive legal support encompassing drafting, advisory services, and representation. Dale has acted as sole counsel in the County Court, High Court, Upper Tribunal, and Court of Appeal. He is frequently instructed in cases involving complex issues and commercial sensitivity, often calling for original presentation and the identification of novel solutions.

Dale is a strong advocate, which has garnered praise from instructing solicitors. He effectively combines his legal acumen with strategic thinking, enabling him to communicate persuasively with clients and identify viable options within the litigation process. Dale is committed to providing realistic advice to clients, considering both the prospects of success and the commercial realities of proceeding to trial.

Passionate about enhancing access to justice for all, Dale actively engages in pro bono work. He is on the Advocate panel and is a supervising lawyer at BPP’s Enterprise Clinic. Additionally, Dale’s qualifications enable him to accept instructions under the Bar Counsel direct access scheme, further enhancing his versatility and client reach.

Practice Areas

Significant Cases

Career and Associations

Member of the Chancery Bar Association

Member of the Property Bar Association

LL.B.(Hons) BPP Law School (First Class)

BPTC, BPP Law School (Outstanding)

Highest Performing Professional Award (BPP): Highest degree mark in the year

Certificate of Honour (Middle Temple): Outstanding on BPTC (97% Civil Litigation and Professional Ethics)

Sachs Prize (Middle Temple): Top 5% on BPTC

Jules Thorn Scholarship

Pro Bono Scholarship

Excellence Award (BPP)

LawWorks and the Attorney General Student Awards, winner of the Access to Justice Foundation's Student Essay Competition

LawWorks and the Attorney General Student Awards, runner up of the Best Contribution by an Individual Student Award

Outstanding Contribution to Pro Bono Award 2013, 2014 and 2015

Winner of the Big Voice London 'Just Rights' Mooting Competition, UK Supreme Court