Practice Overview

Douglas joined chambers in October 2016 following pupillage. His supervisors during pupillage were Crispin Winser, Daniel Shapiro and Richard Sage.

Douglas's works spans all areas of chambers' practice and he welcomes instructions to advise, draft pleadings and appear in court. He appears in court almost every day to conduct trials and interlocutory hearings, including CCMCs, CMCs and procedural applications.

Douglas read History at UCL, coming top of his year, and went on to gain a PhD in medical History from King's College London. Douglas then completed his legal studies at City University: he was awarded a Distinction in the GDL and was marked as Outstanding in Bar finals.

Douglas is a Hardwicke, Eastham, Lord Bowen and Lord Denning scholar of Lincoln's Inn.  

Outside the office, Douglas is a rugby referee, a village cricketer, a bell-ringer and a pub quizzer.

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