- King Williams College, Isle of Man
- University of Newcastle Upon Tyne LL.B (Hons)
- Chancery Bar Association
- Northern Chancery Bar Association
- Northern Circuit
- Intellectual Property Bar Association
Areas of Work
- Chancery and Commercial
Nicholas has a general chancery practice ranging from small private client trusts and wills & probate matters including inheritance provision claims to larger commercial disputes with a particular emphasis on property based litigation including all aspects of landlord & tenant, town & country planning and construction disputes.
He takes instructions in partnership disputes but not pure company law matters. He also practices in passing off, copyright and patent matters but not design right issues.
His practice extends to professional negligence claims concerning any of the above areas.
Nicholas accepts conditional fee cases and is generally happy to discuss simple points on the telephone without charge.
Originally from the Isle of Man he trained in London at the general chancery chambers of Leolin Price Q.C., 10 Old Square and at the specialist planning set then known as the chambers of Robert Carnwath Q.C., 4 Breams Buildings and now known as Landmark Chambers.
In his spare time he enjoys challenges, skiing or playing golf or squash.