Kevin is an experienced costs practitioner with a busy nationwide practice. Having specialised in costs litigation throughout his career at the bar, Kevin has been highly sought after to provide business advice in light of the recent reforms to civil litigation. He is regularly instructed to advise and represent both paying and receiving parties in all aspects of inter-partes costs litigation involving complex matters of law and fact. Whilst maintaining a strong personal injury practice, Kevin’s trial skills are an asset in solicitor/own client disputes or matters requiring robust cross-examination such as wasted and third party costs orders. Kevin’s advisory services are well sought after with clients impressed by his thorough yet clear advice both in writing and in conference. Kevin’s experience as a law costs draftsman and at a national firm of Solicitors prior to commencing pupillage enable him to provide first class service in cases where an appreciation of the ‘bigger picture’ is required. Kevin is frequently instructed in cases involving high value claims for costs in commercial claims, fatal accident claims and multiple party actions. He regularly appears in the SCCO, County and High Court and has experience in the Court of Appeal.
LL.B (Hons), University of Hull 2006; BVC, Manchester Metropolitan University 2007; Called to the bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple 2007.
Northern Circuit Personal Injury Bar Association Middle Temple (Call 2007)
"Following Protocol" Personal Injury Law Journal P.I.L.J. (2010) No.86 June Pages 9-14 (An article highlighting the salient factors of the new RTA Protocol); Kevin also contributed to Dr Mark Friston’s seminal text: “Civil Costs: Law and Practice” (Jordans)