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    Introduction

    Will has a busy practice in competition, consumer, data protection and privacy, environmental, EU relations, human rights, information, procurement, public and regulatory law. He acts for both claimants and defendants, including major businesses, NGOs, regulators, central government departments and legally aided individuals.

    Current cases include:

    Will regularly acts for private parties and public bodies in regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings, including data protection and privacy matters before the ICO, competition law, merger review, consumer law and economic regulation matters before the CMA, and advertising matters before the ASA. He also has considerable advisory experience.

    From April to November 2020, Will was seconded part-time at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, where he advised on a range of issues concerning media enterprises, online platforms, and emerging technologies. He has since advised (led and unled) on significant areas of digital regulation, including the Online Safety Bill, 5G and the Digital Markets Unit legislation.

    In early 2020 Will spent 3 months in the Administrative Court as a full-time Judicial Assistant. In this capacity he assisted Supperstone J (Judge in Charge) and other High Court judges with a wide range of public law matters.

    In August 2022, Will was appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel.

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    • Administrative and public law & human rights

      Will is regularly instructed in a range of public law proceedings, including complex human rights cases for individual claimants, policy challenges for NGOs, commercial and regulatory public law claims, and cases with a national security angle.

      Cases

      Current instructions include:

      • R (VIP) v Home Secretary: Supreme Court appeal regarding the Secretary of State’s powers to issue directions to Ofcom on national security grounds.
      • R (Richards) v The Environment Agency [2022] EWCA Civ 26; [2021] EWHC 2501: acting for the claimant in a landmark challenge to the Environment Agency’s regulation of a polluting landfill site under Articles 2 and 8 ECHR (with Ian Wise KC, Mike Armitage and Catherine Dobson). The High Court judgment was the first domestic authority to address whether a reduction in life expectancy is caught by Article 2; and was the first judicial review involving the ‘hot-tubbing’ of expert witnesses. Application to the ECtHR pending. Press coverage here.
      • GMCDP v DWP: challenge to the use of AI and algorithmic decision making by DWP to identify potential benefit fraud (with Phillippa Kaufmann KC, Conor McCarthy and Foxglove). See press coverage here.
      • Telecommunications (Security) Act 2021: advising DCMS on various aspects of the new framework to strengthen the security of the UK’s telecoms networks (with Robert Palmer KC).
      • Monitoring of children’s digital activities: acting for Defend Digital Me in its attempts to improve the legal framework for the monitoring of children’s digital activities by schools and other education providers (with Conor McCarthy).
      • Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee complaint: acting for WWF in a proposed complaint to the ACCC on the lack of public participation in the negotiation and ratification of Free Trade Agreements (with Kate Cooke and Anita Davies).
      • Testbiotech v EU Commission (Cases T-605/21 and T-606/21): acting for Testbiotech in an Aarhus Regulation challenge to the Commission’s decision to grant Monsanto market authorisation to import genetically engineered maize and soybeans (with Kassie Smith KC and Cliodhna Kelleher). Information here.

      Previous work includes:

      • RIIO-2 energy price control appeals: acted for Ofgem in in its largely successful defence of multiple CMA appeals brought by energy companies concerning the gas and electricity prices recoverable from consumers between 2021 and 2026 (with Daniel Beard KC, Gerry Facenna KC and others).
      • R (SC) v London Borough of Redbridge: successfully represented the Claimant, a heavily disabled child, in a complex housing, social care and education judicial review involving novel Article 2 ‘right to life’ arguments and a claim for damages for denial of the Convention right to education (with Ian Wise KC).
      • R (Q) v Staffordshire CC [2021] EWHC 3486 (Admin): acted for the claimant in a challenge to a local authority’s failure to provide an effective education, which included a damages claim under ECHR Article 2, Protocol 1 (with Ian Wise and Cliodhna Kelleher).
      • Alternative exam arrangements for 2020 and 2021: advising Ofqual on public law and data protection issues arising out of the alternative arrangements prompted by the pandemic (with Gerry Facenna KC and Nik Grubeck).
      • Mathias v SoS for Health and Social Care & NHS England: acting for the Claimant in a systemic challenge to the NHS Continuing Healthcare funding system (with Ian Wise KC).
      • Bechtel v HS2 ((No.2) Costs of the interested party) [2021] EWHC 640 (TCC): acted for the Interested Party in this significant ruling on interested parties’ costs (with Anneliese Blackwood).
      • R (Lawstop) v Lord Chancellor: acted for the Claimant in a successful judicial review of the Legal Aid Agency’s interpretation of its Standard Civil Contract and alleged discrimination by association (with Azeem Suterwalla).
      • R (Actegy) v The Advertising Standards Authority [2019] EWHC 2374 (Admin): acted for the Claimant a challenge to an ASA decision, including on grounds of inconsistency with the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive (with Alan Bates).
      • Secondment at DCMS: seconded part-time at DCMS between April and November 2020, advising on multiple public and regulatory issues raised by the forthcoming Online Safety Bill; various human rights law issues; the application of the E-Commerce Directive; public law duties of consultation; and the Secretary of State’s powers under the Inquiries Act 2005.
      • Compensation claims against Central Government departments: advised on potential A1P1, Francovich and common law damages claims (with Anneli Howard KC).
      • Pesticides regulation: advised a well-known NGO on public law challenges to pesticide authorisation decisions.

      As a full-time Judicial Assistant in the Administrative Court from January to April 2020, Will assisted Supperstone J (Judge in Charge) and other High Court judges on various substantive and procedural matters. The cases he worked on included: Pwr and others v DPP [2020] EWHC 798 (Admin) (interpretation of s. 13(1) of the Terrorism Act 2000 and compatibility with Article 10 ECHR); R (Banks) v SoS for BEIS (renewable energy state aid challenge); R (X School) v Ofsted [2020] EWCA Civ 594 (injunctive relief to prevent publication of an OFSTED report); AR v SSWP [2020] UKUT 165 (AAC) (interpretative obligation under section 3 Human Rights Act in a social welfare context); R (Morris) v Parole Board [2020] EWHC 711 (Admin) (status of unproven allegations of criminal conduct in Parole Board proceedings); Gladman v SoS for HCLG & Anor [2020] EWHC 518 (Admin) (‘tilted balance’ in the National Planning Policy Framework); and a number of extradition appeals, including Mallya v Government of India [2020] EWHC 924 (Admin).

      During pupillage, Will assisted on a range of public law matters, including R (Cotter) v NICE [2020] EWHC 435 (Admin) (assessment process for a life-changing drug), R (Z and others) v Hackney LBC and Agudas Israel Housing Association [2020] UKSC 40 (challenge to a directly discriminatory housing policy), R (Lasham Gliding Society) v Civil Aviation Authority [2019] EWHC 2118 (Admin) (CAA’s implementation of air traffic controls), Electronic Collar Manufacturers Association & Anor v SoS for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs [2019] EWHC 2813 (Admin) (ban on the use of electronic collar devices), and Haringey LBC v Simawi [2019] EWCA Civ 1770 ( discrimination challenge to the ‘one succession’ rule on secure tenancies).

    • Competition, consumer, economic regulation and mergers

      Will is the co-author (with Brendan McGurk and Antonia Fitzpatrick) of the competition law chapter of the most recent edition of the ‘Blockchain Legal & Regulatory Guidance’ produced by Tech London Advocates and the Law Society.

      During pupillage, Will assisted on a range of competition matters, including Royal Mail v Ofcom and Whistl (abuse of dominance in the bulk mail delivery market) and NHS v Servier (‘pay-for-delay’ claims against Servier).

      Cases

      Current instructions include:

      • Epic Games v Google: acting for Epic in a challenge regarding the distribution of apps and in-app payments on Google’s Android mobile operating system (with Mark Brealey KC and Daisy Mackersie). Press coverage here.
      • Gutmann v Apple: acting for the proposed class representative in abuse of dominance collective proceedings on behalf of millions of iPhone users (With Anneli Howard KC and Stefan Kuppen). Press coverage here.
      • Sportradar v Football DataCo and BetGenius: acting for Football DataCo in competition and other private law proceedings regarding access to live football betting data (with Kassie Smith KC and Tom Sebastian). Press coverage here.
      • Trucks: instructed on a confidential basis for parties in the Trucks damages litigation.

      Previous competition law, mergers and economic regulation experience includes:

      • CMA’s leasehold homes investigation: acted for Brigante Properties in the CMA’s consumer protection investigation (with Anneli Howard KC).
      • Digital Markets Unit: advised DCMS on the legislation setting up the new pro-competitive regulatory regime for large online platforms.
      • Energy price control appeals: acted for Ofgem in in its largely successful defence of multiple CMA appeals brought by energy companies concerning the gas and electricity prices recoverable from consumers between 2021 and 2026 (with Daniel Beard KC, Gerry Facenna KC and others).
      • Imprivata/Isosec merger: acted for Imprivata on various aspects of the CMA’s Phase 1 inquiry into an anticipated merger in the digital identity and access management sector.
      • Premier League TV rights Exclusion Order (SI 2021/1148): advised DCMS on the English Premier League’s roll-over of its existing television broadcasting rights contracts.
      • Public interest mergers: advised DCMS on reforms to the media mergers regime and the regime’s interaction with the National Security and Investment Act 2021.
      • Vertical agreements: advised on the application of VABER in the groceries industry.
    • Data protection, privacy & information

      Will is regularly instructed in contentious and advisory matters concerning the GDPR, Data Protection Act, PECR, ECHR Article 8, Freedom of Information Act and Environmental Information Regulations.

      Cases

      Data Protection and privacy

      Will regularly acts for NGOs, regulators, central government and private clients on data protection matters in the context of private claims, investigations, regulatory enforcement and judicial reviews, as well as in an advisory capacity.

      Litigation and enforcement experience includes:

      • Private claims. Acting (led and unled) for parties in private claims relating to misuse of personal information, confidentiality and data protection; including (with Azeem Suterwalla) defending a sitting judge in a claim which centres on the judicial exemption under the DPA 2018.
      • Public law claims. Will currently acts for the Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People in proceedings concerning the use of AI and algorithmic decision making by DWP to identify potential benefit fraud (with Phillippa Kaufmann KC, Conor McCarthy and Foxglove). He also acts for Defend Digital Me in its attempts to improve the legal framework for the monitoring of children’s digital activities by schools and other education providers (with Conor McCarthy).
      • Tribunal appeals. Current and recent cases include: Leads Work Limited v Commissioner (EA/2021/0089/FP) (successfully defending a £250,000 penalty for serious Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations breaches); ColourCoat Ltd v Commissioner (EA/2021/0175/FP) (defending a 130,000 penalty for significant PECR breaches); and Gabriel Kanter-Webber vs Information Commissioner [2021] UKFTT/2020/0281/GDPR (contested DPA 2018 section 166 application; currently on appeal to the UT).
      • ICO enforcement action. Will currently acts for the ICO in four sets of enforcement proceedings: two arising from data breaches, and two concerning the unlawful processing of children and young adults’ personal data. He also recently acted for the Commissioner in relation to a £90,000 fine against American Express for significant breaches of PECR, and against First Choice for repeated failure to comply with right of access obligations.

      Advisory experience includes:

      • Exam arrangements for 2020 and 2021: advised Ofqual on public law and data protection issues arising out of the alternative arrangements prompted by the Covid-19 pandemic (with Gerry Facenna KC and Nik Grubeck).
      • International data transfers: Will is a member of DCMS’s data adequacy panel and has previously advised on international data transfer issues arising in relation to Convention 108 and Convention 108+, adequacy negotiations with the EU, and the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement. Will has also written on post-Brexit EU-UK data flows for Monckton’s EU Relations Law blog.
      • ‘Legacy data’ under the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement: advised DCMS on various aspects of the forthcoming Online Safety Bill, the application of the e-Commerce Directive to online platforms, existing avenues of legal redress against social media sites, regulatory enforcement against platforms based outside of the UK, and the status of online marketplaces in product liability legislation.

      Will recently wrote (with Laura John) on the Supreme Court’s Lloyd v Google judgment for the Journal of Mass Claims. See here.

      Freedom of information

      Will frequently appears for the Information Commissioner (often against KCs and leading juniors) in freedom of information appeals in front of the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal.

      Current cases include:

      • Cabinet Office v Information Commissioner and Tommy Sheppard MP (UA-2021-000017-GIRF): Upper Tribunal appeal regarding request for polling data on the Union.
      • Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland) v White & Information Commissioner (GIA/85/2021): UT appeal regarding EIRs Regulations 12(5)(d) and 12(5)(e).
      • DWP v Information Commissioner (EA/2021/0370): request concerning the £20 uplift to Universal Credit during the pandemic.
      • Sloan vs Information Commissioner & Cabinet Office (EA/2021/0203): request regarding meetings of the Cabinet Union Policy Implementation Committee.
      • Home Office v Information Commissioner (EA/2021/0342): request regarding chartering of flights for deportation and administrative removals.

      Previous cases include:

      • Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust v Information Commissioner & Rowland (EA/2021/0047): request for profit margins on private patient services.
      • Law v Information Commissioner and Ministry of Justice (EA/2021/0119): request for ‘serious further offence’ data.
      • DVLA v Information Commissioner and Williams [2020] UKUT 334 (AAC): leading UT judgment on the interpretation of FOIA s.31 (law enforcement) and relationship between a public authority’s ‘powers’ and ‘functions’.
      • Home Office v Information Commissioner and the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants [2021] UKFTT/2020/0253 (GRC): request by the JCWI for a policy equality statement on the impact of the EU Settlement Scheme.
      • MoJ v Information Commissioner and Cowling [2021] UKFTT/2020/0136 (GRC): request for report of a serious IT systems failure causing widespread disruption across the justice system.
      • MoJ v Information Commissioner [2021] UKFTT/2020/0255 (GRC): request for information concerning the release of a high-profile sex offender.
      • CPS v Information Commissioner and Callender Smith [2020] UKFTT/2019/0275 (GRC): request for legal advice from Senior Treasury Counsel on the competency and the compellability of the monarch in criminal proceedings.
      • Liberty v Information Commissioner and the Ministry of Justice (EA/2020/0140): withdrawn appeal concerning a request for a draft Green Paper on a proposed British Bill of Rights (with Laura John).

      Will is the co-author of the Practical Law note on section 40 of the Freedom of Information Act (the personal data exemption).

      Will’s experience of data protection and information law during pupillage included R (Bridges) v South Wales Police [2019] EWHC 2341 (Admin): (Automated Facial Recognition challenge) and Information Commissioner v Department for Transport and Hastings [2019] EWCA Civ 2241 (correct approach to environmental and non-environmental information).

    • Environment

      Will acts for and advises individuals and NGOs in environmental matters.

      Cases

      Recent experience includes:

      • R (Richards) v The Environment Agency [2022] EWCA Civ 26; [2021] EWHC 2501: acting for the claimant in a landmark challenge to the Environment Agency’s regulation of a polluting landfill site under Articles 2 and 8 ECHR (with Ian Wise KC, Mike Armitage and Catherine Dobson). The High Court judgment was the first domestic authority to address whether a reduction in life expectancy is caught by Article 2; and was the first judicial review involving the ‘hot-tubbing’ of expert witnesses. Application to the ECtHR pending. Press coverage here.
      • Testbiotech v EU Commission (Cases T-605/21 and T-606/21): acting for Testbiotech in an Aarhus Regulation challenge to the Commission’s decision to grant Monsanto market authorisation to import genetically engineered maize and soybeans (with Kassie Smith KC and Cliodhna Kelleher). Information here.
      • Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee complaint. acting for WWF in a proposed complaint to the ACCC on the lack of public participation in the negotiation and ratification of Free Trade Agreements (with Kate Cooke and Anita Davies).
      • Trade law and the environment: advising a well-known NGO on trade law issues arising under the EU-UK TCA, CPTPP and WTO SPS Agreement.
      • Pesticides regulation: advised a well-known NGO on public law challenges to pesticide authorisation decisions.
      • Environmental Information Regulations: Will regularly acts for the Information Commissioner in EIRs matters (see ‘Data protection, privacy & Information’ section above).
    • EU relations & trade

      Cases

      Will has advised NGOs and Central Government on a range of EU Relations and trade law issues, including:

      • Various questions on the interpretation of EU-derived domestic legislation, retained EU law rights, retained direct EU legislation and retained general principles of EU law.
      • Environmental and trade law issues arising under the EU-UK TCA, CPTPP and WTO SPS Agreement.
      • The UK’s post-Brexit pesticides authorisation regime.
      • ‘Legacy data’ under Article 71 of the Withdrawal Agreement.
      • The UK’s post-exit international data transfers regime (including adequacy decisions).
      • Digital trade aspects of FTA negotiations.
      • The movement of goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol.
      • Post-exit Francovich damages claims.

      Will currently acts for WWF (with Kate Cooke and Anita Davies) in a proposed complaint to the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee on the lack of public participation in the negotiation and ratification by the UK of Free Trade Agreements.

      He is also a regular contributor to Monckton’s EU Relations Law Blog.

    • Public Procurement

      Will regularly acts for challengers and contracting authorities in cases before the TCC.

      Cases

      Experience includes:

      • Camelot & ors v Gambling Commission & ors: acting for the Gambling Commission in a challenge to the award of the Fourth National Lottery licence (with Sarah Hannaford KC and Anneli Howard KC). Press coverage here.
      • Atos v SoS for BEIS and the Met Office & ors. Will acts for DXC Technology, an Interested Party in a claim concerning the £1.2 billion procurement of a new supercomputer. The case is one of the Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 cases for 2022’.
      • Bechtel v HS2 ((No.2) Costs of the interested party) [2021] EWHC 640 (TCC): leading case on interested parties’ costs in public procurement proceedings – for the Interested Party (with Anneliese Blackwood).
      • 2019 Rail Franchise Litigation (Stagecoach East Midlands Trains Ltd & Ors v The Secretary of State for Transport [2020] EWHC 1568 (TCC)): junior counsel in a large team which successfully defended claims arising out of procurement competitions for the South Eastern, East Midlands and West Coast Partnership railway franchises between 2017 and 2019. The case was one of the Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 cases for 2020’.
      • Mitie v Secretary of State for Justice: instructed by Mitie in its challenge to the award of a contract to provide facilities management services across the court estate (with Michael Bowsher KC and Anneliese Blackwood). The litigation included an application by the SoS to lift the automatic suspension ([2020] EWHC 63 (TCC)).

      During pupillage, Will worked on a range of procurement matters, including P&O Ferries v Department for Transport and Eurotunnel (lawfulness of the settlement of the ‘Brexit Ferries’ litigation) and Bombardier v London Underground Ltd [2018] EWHC 2926 (TCC) (whether the automatic suspension should be lifted in the ‘Deep Tube’ Procurement litigation).

    • Regulatory

      Will regularly acts for and against regulators in commercial judicial reviews and regulatory appeals. He has investigations, enforcement and advisory experience in a range of sectors. He also regularly advises on emerging areas of digital regulation – e.g. online harms, the regulation of crypto-assets, the ‘secure by design’ legislation, 5G, and the Digital Markets Unit legislation.

      Cases

      Experience includes:

      • Commercial confidentiality. Will has significant experience of FOIA appeals concerning the s.43 commercial prejudice exemption, and is well-versed in confidentiality issues arising in complex competition, procurement and regulatory proceedings.
      • Consumer protection. Will acted for Brigante Properties in the CMA’s consumer protection investigation into leasehold homes (with Anneli Howard KC). He regularly advises on the application of the Consumer Rights Act 2015, the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, and other pieces of consumer legislation. He was also instructed for the Claimant in R (Actegy) v The Advertising Standards Authority [2019] EWHC 2374 (Admin), a public law challenge concerning the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive (with Alan Bates).
      • Crypto-assets and electronic records. Will has advised DCMS on the use of crypto-assets and electronic transferable records in international trade, and is the co-author (with Brendan McGurk and Antonia Fitzpatrick) of the competition law chapter of the most recent edition of the ‘Blockchain Legal & Regulatory Guidance’ produced by Tech London Advocates and the Law Society.
      • Cybersecurity. Will currently acts for the Information Commissioner’s Office in relation to two high-profile data breaches which have prompted enforcement action; has advised on various elements of the new framework to strengthen the security of the UK’s telecoms networks (with Robert Palmer KC); has advised DCMS on the forthcoming ‘secure by design’ legislation (cybersecurity of consumer smart devices); and is familiar with cryptographic technologies as a result of acting for Imprivata during the CMA’s inquiry into an anticipated merger in the digital identity and access management sector.
      • Digital Markets Unit. Will has advised DCMS on the legislation setting up the new pro-competitive regulatory regime for large online platforms.
      • Energy. Will acted for Ofgem in its largely successful defence of multiple CMA appeals brought by energy companies against the RIIO-2 price control decisions (with Daniel Beard KC, Gerry Facenna KC and others). As a judicial assistant in the Administrative Court, Will assisted Garnham J in R (Banks) v SoS for BEIS: a state aid challenge to the government’s renewable energy ‘Contracts for Difference’ scheme.
      • Environmental regulation. Will acts for the claimant in R (Richards) v Environment Agency and Walleys Quarry Ltd, a complex ECHR challenge to the EA’s regulation of dangerous levels of hydrogen emitted from a landfill site (with Ian Wise KC, Catherine Dobson and Michael Armitage). For other relevant experience, see the ‘Environment’ section above.
      • Higher Education. Will has advised Ofqual on various public law and data protection issues (with Gerry Facenna KC and Nik Grubeck) and the DfE on various consumer and contract law issues arising in the higher education context (with Anneli Howard KC).
      • Internet regulation. Will has advised DCMS on various aspects of the forthcoming Online Safety Bill, the application of the e-Commerce Directive to online platforms, existing avenues of legal redress against social media sites, regulatory enforcement against platforms based outside of the UK, and the status of online marketplaces in product liability legislation. He also currently acts for a well-known platform in ongoing and proposed civil proceedings.
      • Marketing and advertising. Will acted for the Claimant in R (Actegy) v The Advertising Standards Authority [2019] EWHC 2374 (Admin) (with Alan Bates). He has since advised on enforcement proceedings by the ASA in relation to the CAP and BCAP codes. He regularly acts for the Information Commissioner in enforcement action and appeals concerning unlawful marketing campaigns – for example in Leads Work v Commissioner (EA/2021/0089/FP), where he successfully defended an appeal against a £250,000 monetary penalty.
      • Telecoms. Will currently acts for the Secretary of State in R (VIP) v Home Secretary, a Supreme Court appeal on the Secretary of State’s powers to issue directions to Ofcom on national security grounds (with Daniel Beard KC, Mike Armitage and Imogen Proud). He has advised on various aspects of the Telecommunications (Security) Act 2021 (with Robert Palmer KC); Ofcom’s General Conditions of Entitlement (with Tim Ward KC); the use of ‘crown spectrum’; and certain aspects of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016.
      • Travel and aviation. Will has advised BEIS on the application of various provisions in the Package Travel Regulations, other pieces of consumer law, and the doctrine of frustration to individuals whose holidays have been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic (with Anneli Howard KC). He also appears regularly in the County Court in air passenger rights cases under Regulation 261/2004.
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      Education

      • BPTC, BPP University
      • GDL, BPP University
      • BA, History, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford

      Scholarships and prizes

      • Lincoln’s Inn: Walter Wigglesworth Pupillage Scholarship; European Education Award; Lord Denning BPTC Scholarship; Hardwicke Entrance Award.
      • BPP Law School: BPTC Advocacy Scholarship; BPTC Excellence Scholarship; GDL Scholarship.
      • Oxford University: Joan Thirsk Prize (best pre-modern thesis in history or a joint school); Proxime Accessit to the HWC Davis Prize (for Preliminary Exams – 4th in year).
      • Lady Margaret Hall: CV Wedgwood Prize (best thesis in history or a joint school); Parker Scholarship (for graduates pursuing a legal career); Academic Scholarship.
      • Other: ALBA 2019 conference scholarship; Inaugural Lady Sophie Laws Scholar for the 2019 BEG conference in Gdansk; winner of the 2017 University of Southampton Inter-Varsity Mooting Competition (final judged by Green LJ).
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