Cliff began working at Lamb Chambers Chambers in 2004 having started his career as a Barristers’ Clerk in 2000 at a prominent Chambers that specialises in Tax Law.
Cliff is responsible for the overall management of the clerking team. He also works closely with Mark Rowlands (Chief Executive), focusing on the development of the barristers’ practices, client service and business development.
He is a member of the Institute of Barristers’ Clerks. He has also studied a business development course.
Cliff is referred to in the Legal 500 as ‘a pleasure to deal with and very responsive, incredibly accommodating, always available and always coming up with solutions’.
Outside of Chambers, Cliff enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, football, film and travel (especially within the USA).
How much of the written material placed before the court in a civil action should be accessible to people who are not parties to the proceedings?
“There is nothing wrong with a shortcut, provided you don’t get lost.” Unfortunately, in this instance, the first instance judge erred in taking too many.