Christopher Green

Chris undertakes a broad range of civil work including commercial, employment, personal injury and property.

Prior to joining Chambers, Chris appeared as a “solicitor’s agent”, attending over 5,500 cases in the County Court and the Royal Courts of Justice in property, insolvency, consumer credit, contract and debt recovery matters. He also regularly appeared in the Employment Tribunal and the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) in both the Residential Property and Land Registration divisions. He has successfully appeared in the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

Chris was also part of the design team that prepared a bid for infrastructure work of national importance and, upon that bid succeeding, worked alongside planning consultants, environmental specialists and a wider legal team preparing for the planning inquiry.

Clients have commented that he is committed, has a keen eye for detail, always willing to assist and possesses a can-do attitude and is commercially aware and is adept at identifying viable solutions to problems.


“In my dealings with Mr Green, I have found him to be reliable, professional and approachable. I have been impressed with his legal knowledge and his ability to quickly identify and understand the relevant issues involved in complex matters. He always communicates clearly and promptly.

He conveys a sense of calm and I have felt confident in his abilities and that he will do the best for the client. 

“Mr Green has been appearing before me for many years.

His case preparation is excellent. He has a full command of the paperwork and it is clear as soon as he starts presenting the case that he has prepared the case with great thought for exactly what is required in the particular circumstances of the hearing. 

He is an analytical, adaptable, flexible, courteous and persuasive advocate. He focuses on what is relevant and easily distinguishes between the facts and the law. He is fluent and stylish.

He copes very well with interruptions and comments by the judge.

He is respectful and at the same time determined. I have never seen him lost for words or flustered. He is calm and measured. He understands what the judge needs to know, and that is an essential skill of an advocate.” District Judge LC – Judge – 25/3/2021


  • University of Durham – BA with honours in History, 2:1
  • BPP Law School, London – Graduate Diploma in Law
  • BPP Law School, London – Bar Vocational Course, Very Competent


Outside of work, Chris tries to keep active, playing in the front row in rugby, and participating in endurance competitions abroad. He has completed triathlons in New York, Vichy and the UK as well as an Ironman 70.3 in Budapest. He enjoys travelling with his recent trips being to Austria, Portugal and Cuba. To relax he listens to music from a variety of genres including classical, hip-hop and rock, and he cooks a variety of cuisines, his favourites being Indian and Japanese.


Chris has appeared in many unfair dismissal, discrimination and protected disclosure (whistle-blowing) cases. He has appeared for both claimants and respondents and in all types of hearings from preliminary hearings up to multi-day final hearings.

Chris has regularly been instructed in landlord and tenant, mortgage and trespass cases. He has also successfully appeared in the First-tier Tribunal (Land Registration) in relation to the beneficial interest in a residential property. He has frequently represented parties in service charge disputes and related applications such as applications for dispensation from section 20 consultation. He also has expertise in leasehold enfranchisement and extension having appeared in both the Tribunal and the County Court in such matters.

Chris has regularly appeared in the Rolls Building on bankruptcy applications, applications by Trustees in Bankruptcy and applications under the Insolvency Act 1986 (for example, seeking validation orders or permission to use a prohibited name) and on the Companies List in the Thomas More Building on applications to restore companies to the register and applications relating to charges. Chris has many years’ experience in bankruptcy applications and related applications.

Chris has received instructions in Stage 3 disposals, credit hire road traffic accident cases and approval hearings.  He also has experience in fatal accident claims and he has appeared before the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal.

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