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Road transport law, Magistrates Court and Crown Court advocacy, regulatory work before the Traffic Commissioners. Successfully acted for the prosecution in Bird v Vehicle Inspectorate, case C235/94; Mahmood v Vehicle Inspectorate, 1988 (18WRTLB163, DC); Birkett & Naylor v Vehicle Inspectorate, (1998) RTR 264.
1967-1975, William Hulmes Grammar School in Manchester. 1975-78 Liverpool University, LLB (Hons) Chester College of Law, qualified 1981.
The Law Society, practice membership of the FTA, RHA, CPT and Portable Sanitation Europe.
Articles and publications in legal journals and textbook on road transport and criminal law, lectures and seminars in these areas. Particular interest in jurisdiction issues and developments in the law on strict liability.
Married to Debbie, two sons. Interests include travel, choral music, transport generally, family life.