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Peter was called to the Bar in 2014 and completed pupillage at 42 Bedford Row the following year. He has since developed a busy court-based and advisory paperwork practice with a particular interest in most matters connected to land. He is the Head of our Business and Property Group. Outside of chambers, Peter is a keen motorcyclist and interested in cooking, wine, technology, architecture and art.

Business Law

Before training as a barrister, Peter worked on multi-million pound IT framework contracts advertised through the Official Journal of the EU. He was described as being “sensitive to commercial issues while building good relationships with clients”. He maintains a regular interest in the interpretation of contracts and other related matters such as breach of contract, misrepresentation and breaches of guarantee in addition to his property practice.

Areas of Expertise

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  • City Law School – GDL and BPTC

  • King’s College London – MA in English

  • University College Durham – BA in English Literature

Scholarships & Awards

  • Middle Temple Diplock Major Scholarship awarded two years running
  • Durham University DUSada Prize

Memberships & Committees

  • Property Bar Association
  • Social Housing Law Association


Peter studied at Bolton School where he was the Head Boy and achieved 11 A* grades at GCSE and 4 As at GCE AS/A2.

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