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Year of Call: 2009


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Clerk: Raj Lamba

Clerk: Morgon Green


James is a leading junior in the field of commercial Chancery work, with a particular emphasis on contentious insolvency, company law and property work.  He is often instructed in high value and complex litigation, frequently involving a cross-border element.

James is an experienced trial advocate; his cross-examination was described by a Judge in a recent case as “courteously hostile” ([2019] EWHC 1673 (Ch)).

  • James is an excellent all-rounder. He is a great team player, is great with clients and manages expectations appropriately. He is calm and measured on his feet, which gives him credibility, but his written work is also excellent. You want James on your team.

    Legal 500
  • James has excellent technical acumen, great attention to detail and will always find a solution to a problem

    Chambers & Partners

Practice Areas

Significant Cases

Career and Associations

International Corporate Rescue Award for Excellence, 2010

Sunley Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 2010

LLM Corporate Law (Distinction), University College London, 2009 – 2010

Called to the Bar, Lincoln’s Inn, 2009

Bar Vocational Course (Very Competent), BPP London, 2008 – 2009

Thomas More Bursary, Lincoln’s Inn, 2008

Master en Droit Européen, Université de Rennes I, 2007 – 2008

Hardwicke Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 2007

LLB European (French) (Hons), University of Exeter, 2004 – 2007

Member of the Chancery Bar Association

Member of R3

Member of Insol

Member of the Property Bar Association

Member of the Agricultural Lawyers Association


Dealing with deposits

Contributor to Butterworths Property Insolvency

Contributor to The Rural Law Notebook

The Nature and Scope of the Anti-Deprivation Rule in the English Law of Insolvency – Part One (2011) 8 Int. C.R. 155

The Nature and Scope of the Anti-Deprivation Rule in the English Law of Insolvency – Part Two (2011) 8 Int. C.R. 231