Paul practises mainly in the field of children law. He has extensive experience in complex and high-profile High Court cases involving allegations of serious, non-accidental injuries and homicide, especially those concerning scientific or medical issues.
He has extensive experience in Appellate work in the Court of Appeal ranging through public law cases, private law cases, those with a human rights element, paternity and disclosure. He also has significant experience in the Supreme Court, having appeared in three cases there in the last 12 months.
His private law practice includes cases with LGBT issues, and those involving disclosure issues, and alleged sexual abuse.
He has been involved in a number of cases concerning individuals with learning disabilities or other vulnerabilities and has a particular interest in these areas.
Inevitably, in a practice such as this, Paul’s cases regularly involve the application of the Human Rights Act 1998, in which, again, he has a particular interest.
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