Ezra has a broad civil practice, with particular expertise in employment, commercial, and property law. His advocacy experience is extensive, including appearances before the Employment Tribunals, the Employment Appeal Tribunal, the County Court, the High Court, the First-Tier Tribunal (War Pension and Armed Forces Compensation Chamber, Social Entitlement Chamber, Criminal Injuries Compensation Chamber; and Property Chamber); the Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber, Immigration and Asylum Chamber, and Tax & Chancery Chamber); the Magistrates’ Courts, the Crown Court, and the Coroner’s Court. He is frequently instructed on behalf of both claimants and defendants in civil proceedings; on behalf of union- and privately-funded claimants in the Employment Tribunals; and by large respondent organisations, including the third sector.
Ezra is Public Access (‘Direct Access’) qualified, and is available to accept instructions directly on matters relating to employment, property, or general civil law.
Ezra maintains a blog covering issues in employment law, commercial law, and property law which can be found here.
Before coming to the Bar, Ezra studied Philosophy at the Universities of Cambridge, Bristol, and St Andrews, where he completed a PhD on the foundations of ethics and was employed as tutor and examiner.