Thomas has expertise in Residential and Commerical Landlord & Tenant, Personal Injury, and general Civil matters. He is regularly instructed to draft pleadings and opinions in complex cases, and frequently advises on quantum in personal injury matters.

Thomas also has experience in Housing, having represented clients with significant mental health issues against local authorities in complex possession proceedings. Thomas trained in Immigration & Asylum Law under Eric Fripp and has represented clients before the First-Tier and Upper Tribunals.

Thomas has a growing interest in Inquiry work, having recently been instructed as Junior Junior Counsel on a major Public Inquiry.

Thomas welcomes instructions in all of 36 Public’s core practice areas.


Thomas was really excellent. He was very helpful and knowledgeable.Solicitor & Senior Partner
I was Impressed with Tom's work.Solicitor

Further information

“No Fault Possession and Repair Covenants” (with Stour Chambers)

“Mental Capacity, Part 21 and Practice Direction 1A” (with Stour Chambers)

“Unjust Enrichment, Mistake and Doubt” (with Stour Chambers)

“Declaratory Judgments and Injunctions” (with Stour Chambers)

“Update: Housing Act 1988 & Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993” (with Stour Chambers)

Certificate of Honour (Middle Temple)

Harold G. Fox Scholarship (Middle Temple)

Harmsworth Scholarship (Middle Temple)

Bar Professional Training Course, University of the West of England (Oustanding)

Graduate Diploma in Law, University of the West of England (Merit)

PhD Philosophy, University of Bristol

MA Philosophy, University of Bristol (Distinction)

Appointments & Memberships

Administrative Law Bar Association