Barrister profile for UK Bar 2022
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Chancery - Northern (Bar)
Regularly assists clients with traditional and commercial issues. He handles contentious wills, trusts and probate matters and is also instructed in real property and partnership disputes. Clark's commercial workload includes professional negligence cases.
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Andrew Clark practices in contentious chancery and commercial litigation exclusively, especially in the areas of real property, wills & probate (including family provision), trusts (including co-ownership disputes), equitable protection (including fiduciary relationships and undue influence), partnership, professional liability and financial services. His expertise in financial services and consumer credit litigation has developed through acting for claimants in these cases for over a decade, including appearing in the Court of Appeal on several occasions and in the Supreme Court in litigation involving PPI and loan commission
Andrew Clark graduated with a BA (Hons) in Jurisprudence from New College, Oxford in 1985. He was admitted as a solicitor in 1988 following completion of articles and transferred to the Bar in 1994. He obtained pupillage at Manchester House Chambers, where he was offered tenancy. Subsequently, he moved to 8 King Street Chambers (1999), and then to 9 St John Street Chambers (2008).
Chancery Bar Association, Northern Chancery Bar Association, NCCBA, Northern Contentious Probate Group, and Financial Services Lawyers Association.