'5 Stone Buildings continues to prove itself to be one of the most dynamic and prominent traditional chancery chambers around.'
Harry is building a busy junior practice specialising in general Chancery and art and cultural property matters. He is available to accept instructions in all areas of work undertaken by Chambers, including:
Harry enjoys giving seminars and lectures on areas within his expertise, and in particular in the field of art and cultural property. Recent examples include the following:
Harry read Jurisprudence at the University of Oxford, Keble College. He achieved a Distinction in Law Moderations, a scholarship in his second and third years, and First Class Honours.
After obtaining his undergraduate degree Harry took the Bachelor of Civil Law (Masters) at the University of Oxford, Keble College in which he achieved a Distinction.
Harry undertook the Bar Professional Training Course at BPP Law School where he was graded as "Outstanding".
Whilst studying on the Bar Professional Training Course Harry taught on the Principles of Commercial Law course at Oxford University, taking half of the undergraduates on the course for their tutorials. Harry also conducted the law admissions interviews for Brasenose College, Oxford.
Harry also worked as a research assistant to Professor Louise Gullifer (Professor of Commercial Law at Oxford University). In this role he conducted research for the new editions of Goode on Legal Problems of Credit and Security (5th ed.) and The Law of Personal Property (1st ed.)