Anthony joined Chambers in October 2013 after completing pupillage under the supervision of Richard Wilkinson, Cathryn McGahey and Nicholas Moss. He practices across the range of Chambers’ work.
Anthony is instructed by insurers in claims for personal injury where there is a suspicion of fraud or exaggeration. He is often asked to proof clients in conference, draft pleadings and provide representation at interim hearings and at trial.
Anthony has appeared in the county court and the High Court in relation to points of principle and law. He appeared recently in the Senior Courts Costs Office on behalf of a firm of solicitors involved in a dispute with a property development company over the proper construction of an undertaking to pay costs.
Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law
Anthony has acted in numerous appeals before the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal on behalf of appellants and the Secretary of State. He has experience of international protection cases involving nationals from Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and Iraq. He undertakes pro-bono work on behalf of asylum seekers and individuals held in immigration detention.
Inquests and Inquiries
Anthony has experience of coronial proceedings and has appeared at pre-inquest reviews and full hearings. He was instructed by the deceased’s family to provide representation at an inquest arising out of a workplace fatality.
Anthony acts for claimants and defendants in a variety of personal injury matters, in particular employers’, product and public liability cases. He has experience of cases involving complex issues of liability and quantum.
Anthony has been instructed under the ‘Baby Barrister’ scheme on behalf of a number of government departments to assist in judicial review and public law claims. He is currently instructed by HM Treasury in relation to a challenge to a designation made under the Terrorist Asset-Freezing etc. Act 2010. Anthony is UK Government security cleared to SC level.