Nick has spent the past decade specialising in administrative and public law. He acts for prominent private companies, individuals and organisations as well as public bodies – often in contentious, high profile and politically inflected cases. His areas of expertise include judicial review and statutory challenges (e.g. recently for the Liberal Democrats); advising on the interpretation of legislation and regulation; representing key participants in major public inquiries and complex inquests (e.g. recently Cardinal Vincent Nichols/the Catholic Council for the IICSA, and the University of Cambridge); and freedom of information matters.
Senior Associate (Kingsley Napley LLP), since 2017. Trainee, Associate and later Senior Associate (Herbert Smith Freehills LLP), 2009 to 2017.
Relevant professional groups including the Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers; the Constitutional & Administrative Law Bar Association (associate member); the Human Rights Lawyers Association; the Statute Law Society; and the UK Constitutional Law Association (associate member).