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Max has a busy civil practice with a focus on employment law, contractual dispute, and property. He appears before Employment Tribunals, the EAT, County Courts, the Companies Court, the First Tier Tribunal, and in the High Court as sole counsel.

He is described by clients as being "truly exceptional at what he does. He aims to obtain the best possible outcome for his client."

Max’s practice benefits from representing both Claimants and Respondents in multi-day discrimination matters in the Employment Tribunal and landlords and tenants in residential and commercial property disputes allowing him to see issues from all angles.

Direct Access

Max is authorised to accept instructions direct from members of the public. He encourages clients who are considering this route to contact Chambers and discuss their problem.

In suitable cases, he can provide client conferences, written advices and representation at court. He accepts public access work across Chambers’ areas of expertise.

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Education

  • Bar Professional Training Course (Outstanding, first in year), Nottingham Law School
  • Graduate Diploma in Law (Commendation), Nottingham Law School
  • BA in History (1st Class Honours), The University of Nottingham

Awards & Scholarships

  • Nottingham Law School Taylor Prize for the best overall BPTC student
  • Nottingham Law School Dean’s Professional Course Scholarship
  • Honourable Society of the Inner Temple Exhibition Award

Other Information

Prior to being called to the Bar, Max was a professional event rider and was selected for the Olympic Equine Pathway Squad. He continues to compete at an international standard as a hobby.

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