Rob is fast developing a broad commercial practice, with emphases on commercial dispute resolution, civil fraud, professional negligence, construction and insolvency work. He accepts instructions both as sole counsel and as part of a team.
Prior to joining Chambers, Rob spent a year at the Serious Fraud Office, working in the cross-border investigation of a former FTSE 100 company, and was involved in the SFO v ENRC  EWCA Civ. 2006 privilege litigation. He then spent a year in the disputes practice at a directory-ranked US firm’s London office. Rob therefore has experience beyond his call in civil fraud, general commercial disputes, and professional negligence cases.
Rob is also a member of the Government Legal Department’s “Junior Junior” panel and is a contributor to Insurance Broking Practice and the Law, edited by CMS Cameron McKenna.
Outside of Chambers, Rob is a keen cyclist and climber.
Commercial Dispute Resolution
Construction & Engineering
Insolvency & Restructuring
BA Jurisprudence (Law), University College, Oxford
BPTC, BPP University
BPP BPTC Merit Award
Young Fraud Lawyers Association
Member of the Government Legal Department’s “Junior Junior” panel.
Contributor to Insurance Broking Practice and the Law (edited by CMS Cameron McKenna).