Year of Call: 2014
Anthony is developing a broad commercial Chancery Practice, though has been exposed, throughout pupillage, to the fullest range Chambers' work. Having completed both an undergraduate degree in law and the BCL, Anthony has a particular interest in cases involving the conflict of laws, issues of both personal and corporate insolvency and mediation work.
Anthony became a tenant at Serle Court in October 2015. He completed his pupillage under the watchful gaze of Giles Richardson, Thomas Braithwaite, Matthew Morrison and Daniel Lightman. During that time, Anthony was involved in the Conticorp Litigation (concerning an alleged fraud on the state of Ecuador), which culminated in an appeal to the Privy Council. Additionally, he contributed to in an application to the Manx Court to obtain permission to serve out of that jurisdiction.