Jonathan joined Chambers in October 2020 following the successful completion of his pupillage in Chambers, under the supervision of Melissa Murphy, Mark Westmoreland Smith and Hugh Flanagan. He welcomes instructions to act across all of Chambers’ practice areas.
Before undertaking pupillage at FTB, Jonathan spent a year as judicial assistant to Lindblom L.J. in the Court of Appeal.
Jonathan has particular experience in the following areas:
- planning and environment
- compulsory purchase and compensation
- rating and valuation
- public and human rights law
- rights of way and highways
- information law
- public order and anti-social behaviour law
Jonathan’s recent work has included acting as sole counsel in a 9-day highways inquiry for a statutory objector; assisting with a s.288 challenge of an inspector decision; advising on pre-action correspondence in relation to a local authority scheme of delegation.
Jonathan is planning editor of the Property Law UK journal.
In appropriate cases, Jonathan is happy to work on a pro-bono basis.