George Alliott is a senior junior with over 30 years experience of general common law practice specialising in Personal Injury, Health and Safety and Employment law. An Army officer before coming to the Bar, he sat as a part time Judge Advocate for many years. He currently sits as a fee paid Employment Judge. He acts as a Legal Assessor for the Nursing and Midwifery Council. He is a CEDR accredited mediator.


Fee paid Employment Judge (2010 to date)
Deputy Judge Advocate (1994 to date)



Professional Memberships

London Commercial and Common Law Bar Association
Employment Bar Association
Health and Safety Lawyers Association
SE Circuit

Public Access

Undertakes Public Access work


Qualified Mediator

UKIP v Mobile Advans

Obtaining a freezing injunction for a political party arising out of a failure to supply advertising vans during the election campaign

JBARCO Investments v OMAR

Obtaining a freezing injunction / Summary judgment / Bankruptcy proceedings arising out of a commercial oil contract and guarantee worth £750,000.

R V B&Q PLC [2005] All ER 153 (D) CA

Prosecution of a retail store arising out of the death of a customer who was crushed by a fork lift truck. Cost apportionment.

Elliott Johnson Inquest

1st June 2016

George Alliott represented Conservative Way Forward limited at the recent inquest into the death of Elliott Johnson.

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Pre-Inquest Hearing concerning the death of Elliott Johnson

2nd March 2016

At the recent Pre-Inquest Hearing on 2 March 2016 concerning the death of Elliott Johnson, allegedly bullied by the ‘Tatler Tory’ Mark Clarke, George Alliott represented Conservative Way Forward Ltd, Elliott’s erstwhile employer and therefore an ‘interested person’ at the invitation of the Coroner

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