Thomas Fletcher specialises in trusts law and related private client work, which embraces contentious and non-contentious matters such as claims for breach of trust, contentious probate, variation of trusts and trustee applications. Much of his work is offshore and he has extensive experience in the Channel Islands and other offshore jurisdictions in trusts matters and commercial litigation. Recent cases include Investec Trust (Guernsey) Limited v Glenalla (breach of trust; personal liability of trustees), Rawlinson & Hunter Trustees v ITG Limited (breach of trust) and Campbell v Campbell (constructive trusts).
Chancery Bar Association, COMBAR.
MA (Cantab), LLM. Called to the Bar 2009 (Inner Temple)
Assisted on Lewin on Trusts, 19th edition and 1st to 3rd Supplements (4th Supplement forthcoming); Co-author of Theobald on Wills, 18th Edn (1st Supplement forthcoming); Contributor to Williams, Mortimer and Sunnucks: Executors, Administrators and Probate, 21st Edn
Born 1983. Educated at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. Lives in London.