Sam has a busy common law practice, accepting instructions across a range of family, civil, employment and criminal matters. He is quickly developing a reputation for his detailed case preparation, committed approach and effective advocacy.
Sam is public access qualified. He undertakes such work in all areas of his practice.
Sam read Ancient History at the University of Exeter. He went on to complete the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Bar Professional Training Course at the University of Law. He holds the Buchanan Prize and Levitt Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Sam was employed as a caseworker at the Bar Pro Bono Unit, where he assisted litigants, who were unable to privately fund their representation and were ineligible for a legal aid, across a breadth of family, civil, employment and criminal matters.