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Education

  • University of Law – BPTC LLM (Outstanding, Distinction)
  • University College London, LLB (First-class marks in Year 2 and 3 subjects)

Scholarships & Awards

  • Lord Denning Scholarship (Major BPTC scholarship awarded by Lincoln’s Inn)
  • Buchanan Prize (Awarded by Lincoln’s Inn for achieving an Outstanding on the BPTC)
  • 4 King’s Bench Walk Prize for Advocacy (awarded by the University of Law for the aggregate-highest marks in the advocacy assessments on the BPTC)
Robert Winspear - 42 Bedford Row

Introduction

Robert has a broad civil practice in all core areas of chambers. He has acted in complex litigation, acting as sole counsel in s.204 homelessness appeals and multi-day employment trials, and junior counsel in the Court of Appeal and in multi-track trials. Robert is accomplished in drafting and advisory work, maintaining a busy paperwork practice alongside his court work. Robert has received praise from both professional and lay clients in respect of his client care.

Business & Property Law

Robert has represented, advised and drafted pleadings for both claimants and defendants in a wide variety of general contractual disputes. This applies to both business-to-business and business-to-consumer disputes.

Robert is also regularly instructed by tenants and landlords in disputes relating to residential and commercial property.

In addition, Robert represents debtors and creditors in winding-up petitions.

Recent matters

  • Represented a small construction business seeking to recover debt pursuant to unpaid invoices for groundwork undertaken at a development site
  • Represented a homeowner in respect of a claim related to a kitchen installation
  • Represented a local authority in a one-day trial claiming for unpaid service charges
  • Advised purchasers of a new-build property in respect of possible claims against the developer for defects in the property
  • Advised the seller of property under an auction in respect of whether they could forfeit the deposit paid by the purchaser who failed to substantially complete the purchase

News & Events

News & events

Injunctions against the World:

Injunctions against the World:

Robert Winspear discusses the Court of Appeal’s decision in LB Barking and Dagenham v Persons Unknown [2022] EWCA Civ 13


Published: 26th Jan 2022

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