Jonathan accepts instructions in all chambers’ area of practice with a particular emphasis on civil litigation, regulatory law and family provision. He has been instructed in fast-track and multi-track applications (including Costs and Case Management) as well as small claims trials, infant settlement hearings, possession hearings, charging orders, bankruptcy applications and Coroner’s court inquests.
His civil litigation caseload includes:
- Inheritance Act
- Breach of Contract
- Insolvency and bankruptcy
- Landlord and Tenant
- Personal injury
- Credit Hire
- Supply of Goods and Services
His family practice encompasses both financial provision - to final hearing - and private law matters and he has a particular interest in TOLATA claims and the overlap between civil and family jurisdictions.
Jonathan was educated at Cefn Saeson School, Neath, Neath Port Talbot College and the University of Leeds. He undertook the Bar Vocational Course at the BPP Law School, Leeds. Jonathan was taken on as a member of chambers in September 2013 following the successful completion of his pupillage. His pupil supervisors were Matthew Roberts and Owen Thomas.