Paul is a senior professional support lawyer in the financial markets litigation group. Before becoming a PSL he spent 11 years as a litigator with the firm and worked on a range of complex and high profile finance related matters including the Tin litigation, EIL and the Lloyd’s litigation. He became a professional support lawyer in 1999 and has played a significant role in the work and development of the financial markets litigation group since its inception in 2000. In addition to the provision of a traditional range of professional support services to the group and its clients, he has supported the development of the group’s client facing activities and the marketing of its international practice, and is responsible for the re-packaging of its knowhow into a range of products for clients including the group’s website and podcasts and its external publications.
Paul has a law degree from University College London. He trained at Simmons & Simmons and qualified as a solicitor in 1987 practising as an associate in the commercial litigation department before becoming a professional support lawyer in 1999.