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Henry accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work and is developing a broad practice, with a focus on clinical negligence, employment & equality, inquests, public inquiries, public law, and personal injury. He joined Chambers as a tenant in September 2020 after 12 months of pupillage at 1COR.
Before commencing pupillage, Henry acted as a Trade Union representative for The Cleaners and Allied Independent Workers Union (CAIWU) and was a Student Director of The School Exclusion Project, responsible for running the project as well as providing representation for pupils who had been excluded from school.
Henry majored in history at Brown University, Rhode Island. After graduating, he ran professionally in the 800m and 1500m.Clinical Negligence
Henry is regularly instructed in cases of Clinical Negligence acting for both Claimants and Defendants. He appears at a range of hearings, advises on liability and quantum, and settles pleadings.
He is currently seconded to a leading claimant clinical negligence firm, gaining significant experience in high value claims, particularly birth injury.
Henry is developing his Employment & Equality practice. He has a particular interest in discrimination, issues concerning employee status and industrial relations.
Prior to joining 1COR, he represented claimants in the Employment Tribunal as a trade union representative in unfair dismissal, wages, and discrimination cases.
Henry is keen to develop his practice in coronial law and inquests and has appeared pro bono acting for the family in a case on mental health.
Henry is building his experience in public inquiries, and has experience of large disclosure exercises, drafting witness statements, and collating evidence.
Henry accepts instructions on a range of public law matters and is a member of the Attorney-General ‘junior junior’ panel.
Henry acts for both claimants and defendants in personal injury matters. He regularly appears in small claims personal injury trials, advises in writing, and settles pleadings.
Henry is keen to develop his immigration practice having assisted in drafting submissions in immigration matters during his pupillage.
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