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Paul Fuller - 42BR Barristers

Paul Fuller

Call 2021 | Admitted as a Solicitor: 2011
Telephone 020 7831 0222
Email paul.fuller@42br.com

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Paul Fuller

Call 2021 | Admitted as a Solicitor: 2011
Telephone 020 7831 0222
Email paul.fuller@42br.com

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Paul transferred to the Bar in 2021 following a successful career as a litigation solicitor, where Paul headed up the dispute resolution team at a leading law firm.

Paul regularly acts and advises in high value, complex proceedings both in the county courts and the High Court. Paul’s expertise covers property litigation (both residential and commercial), complex contract disputes, actions in negligence, company and commercial law, insolvency proceedings and contentious probate.

Paul is an Accredited Mediator and noted as a specialist in Alternative Dispute Resolution.  Paul has settled hundreds of disputes over the years, using various means, including mediation and negotiation.  Paul is adept at finding solutions to seemingly entrenched matters.

Paul is a member of 42BR's Animal Welfare team and is a trustee of his local RSPCA branch. In his role on the Animal Welfare team, Paul has written articles on Animal Law and advised clients on a pro-bono basis, reuniting underprivileged pet owners with their companion animals.

Paul is a Lexis Nexis expert, providing guidance on in property disputes and private client law.  Paul is also a full member of the Chancery Bar Association. Paul is scheduled to host a workshop at the Chancery Bar Annual Conference in 2024 alongside 42BR’s Iris Ferber KC.

Paul is qualified to represent clients on a “Direct Access” basis. 

Outside of work Paul is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer. Paul regularly coaches fitness classes and competes (and judges) in CrossFit competitions.

Business and Property Law

Paul regularly acts for landlords and tenants alike in both residential and commercial property disputes. Paul’s expertise includes claims for possession of property and forfeiture proceedings, claims relating to the termination and renewal of commercial leases, disrepair and dilapidation claims, proceedings relating to breaches of rights of way (including injunctive proceedings) and claims against trespassers. 

Paul represents companies, directors and shareholders in matters arising out of contract and negligence, as well as issues pertaining to companies’ internal affairs. 

Paul also routinely acts and advises in disputed bankruptcy and corporate insolvency proceedings, as well as subsequent claims relating to the mismanagement of company business.

Areas of Expertise

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Memberships & Committees

  • 2023: Lexis Nexis Expert
  • 2023: Chancery Bar Association
  • 2022: Legal 500 Editorial - “Tenacious in his approach” 2021: Legal 500 Editorial - “ADR Specialist”
  • 2020: The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn
  • 2020 - 2021 & 2023 - present: RSPCA Isle of Thanet Branch - Trustee
  • 2015 - 2021: Solicitors’ Association of Higher Court Advocates
  • 2006: DMH Stallard - Mooting Competition Finalist
  • 2006: Sussex University - 1st XV Rugby Team
  • 2003 – 2006: Sussex University – Chairperson, Departmental Joint Committee 1994: Royal Institute of Technology - Scholarship, Master Classes in Technology

Education & Qualifications

  • 2021: 4KBW - Direct Public Access Qualfication
  • 2021: Gray’s Inn - 10 x Qualifying Sessions
  • 2017: MBL Seminars Limited - Certificate in Commercial Property Litigation
  • 2015: Kaplan Law School – Civil Higher Rights of Audience 
  • September 2014 – July 2015: University College London – Postgraduate modules in Medical Physics
  • 2007: Nottingham Law School - Legal Practice Course (Commendation)
  • October 2001 – June 2006: University of Sussex – BSc/LLB Physics and Law (Double Hons – 2.1)

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