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- BA (Hons) in Law with French Law, University of Oxford, 2:1
- Certificate of French Law, University of Paris, Panthéon-Assas
- LLM Comparative Private Law, University of Edinburgh, Distinction
- BPTC, Nottingham Law School, Very Competent
- Martin Wronker Prize for Tort, Oxford University
- Lord Crewe Scholar, Oxford University
- Gluckstein Scholar, Oxford University
- Gerald Moody Scholar, Gray’s Inn
Robert is undertaking a Civil Law pupillage under the supervision of Tom Worthen. He is currently in his non-practising six months of pupillage and is gaining experience in a variety of Civil Law work. He is particularly interested in Property disputes, the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996, Probate disputes and Landlord & Tenant.
Robert studied Law with French at Oxford University and The University of Paris, Panthéon-Assas. While at Oxford, he won a number of scholarships and a prize for the best performance in Tort Law. Following this, he undertook a Master of Laws LLM in Comparative Private Law at the University of Edinburgh, where his research essay examined constructive trusts in common law jurisdictions.
Robert obtained a scholarship from Gray’s Inn for the BPTC, which he completed at Nottingham Law School. While at Bar School, Robert was a finalist in the Ropewalk Chambers Mooting Competition. He was a Student Advisor at the Legal Advice Centre and gave advice in respect of Employment, Family and Landlord & Tenant issues. He also acted as a representative in the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal through the Free Representation Unit.