Cliff joined us in 2004 and handles case, practice and business management activities for a team of Barristers within the Chambers.
He works closely with clients in various capacities, including answering initial enquiries finalising fee agreements and ensuring client requirements are fully met day to day.
A member of the Institute of Barristers’ Clerks, Cliff previously worked at a prominent Chambers that specialises in Tax law.
Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family, football, films, gardening, travel (especially within the USA) and fundraising for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Poshteh v Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea  has re-visited the issue of whether the homelessness provisions in the Housing Act 1996 create a ‘civil right’ which engages article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
In LL v The Lord Chancellor  EWCA Civ 237, the Court of Appeal held the applicant entitled to HRA damages for his committal to prison by Ms. Justice Russell because her errors cumulatively amounted to “gross and obvious irregularity”.