Provided by Francis Ng
Francis has a private client practice focused on trusts and estates. Recent cases have included Gee v Gee  EWHC 1369 (Ch) on enforcement of orders relating to proprietary estoppel, re Cadogan  WTLR 411 on accounting on a footing of wilful default, re Clarke  EWHC 1193 (Ch) on rescission for mistake and the claims under the Inheritance Act, and re Thornton  EWHC 769 (Ch) on knowledge and approval, probate undue influence, and executor removal.
Called 2013. Former teaching fellow at UCL and lecturer at St Catherine’s College, Oxford (teaching trusts). Former consultant at the private client department of McDermott Will & Emery UK LLP. Appointed to the Attorney General’s C-Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown.
Chancery Bar Association, Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners, Court of Protection Bar Association, the Denning Society.
Regular contributor to professional and academic journals on private client matters, including Trusts & Trustees, the Conveyancer, Private Client Business, and the British Tax Review. Lectures on private client topics to solicitors and professional bodies.