Jamie joined 42 Bedford Row in 2019 after successfully completing pupillage. He has received praise for his fluent and effective advocacy, as well as his thorough case preparation. He accepts instructions in all of chambers’ core areas of practice.
Jamie has acted in several cases arising out of road traffic accidents and employers’ liability claims. He accepts instructions in small claims trials, stage 3 hearings, credit hire disputes and fast-track personal injury claims. He also regularly appears in interim applications and case management hearings.
Jamie accepts instructions in all areas of employment law. During pupillage, Jamie assisted in a ten-day claim relating to constructive unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and discrimination on the basis of religion. He was also involved in drafting a detailed list of issues in relation to a claim for unfair dismissal, direct discrimination and harassment on the basis of sexual orientation.
Jamie acts for both landlords (social and private) and tenants in possession claims.
Jamie has advised and drafted pleadings in residential and commercial property cases, including claims relating to rent arrears, disrepair, forfeiture and compliance with the deposit protection scheme.
Jamie has experience of both private and public law (children) work. He has acted in several cases relating to child arrangements applications. He also regularly appears in applications under the Family Law Act 1996 for occupation and non-molestation orders. In public law matters, Jamie has acted for local authorities and parents in interim and final hearings.