Peter has a practice that encompasses all areas of commercial dispute resolution, with a particular focus on commercial litigation and arbitration, professional liability, insurance, and construction. Peter has appeared before the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. He has also acted in arbitrations under a range of domestic and international institutions.
Peter is ranked in Chambers and Partners for Insurance work. He is described as an “up-and-coming junior” with a “broadly commercial practice” who gives “clear, considered and strategic advice. He gets straight to the nub of the issue and is very hard working and responsive.” He also currently serves as a member of the Junior COMBAR committee.
Before becoming a barrister, Peter received a BA in Law with First Class Honours and a BCL with Distinction from Lincoln College, Oxford where he won prizes at an undergraduate and graduate level. Peter has also attained an LLM with Distinction from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Dean’s Scholar and a Withers Scholar. After his legal education, Peter received the Oxford Pro Bono Publico scholarship for his work at the AIRE Centre, assisting in interventions before the ECJ and the ECtHR. He also served as a tutor and examiner in tort at King’s College, London.
Peter has a good understanding of conversational Arabic.