Overview

James Byrne is a Barristers specialising in Regulatory law, Family law, Housing law and Business & Property law.

James has appeared in the Magistrates’ Court dealing with regulatory matters ranging from environmental prosecutions, taxi licensing appeals and security licensing appeals.

As a Family law specialist practitioner, James regularly appears in the family court dealing with Non-Molestation Orders in the family court and has undertaken work on occupation orders.

James receives instructions in housing cases and has undertaken trials for possession orders, applications for anti-social behaviour injunctions and committal proceedings. He has also appeared in cases arguing points of public law, human rights and equality act defences. He has advised on homelessness appeals, unlawful eviction, business tenancies and forfeiture. James acts for both landlords and tenants.

Dealing with Business & Property matters, James is regularly instructed in small claims in the County Court and has undertaken fast track trials and has received instructions for the multi-track.

Qualifications

The City Law School, Bar Professional Training Course, Very Competent, 2012

City University London, Graduate Diploma in Law, 2011

University of Leeds, Bachelor Degree History, 1st (Hons) 2010

Memberships

The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

The Denning Society

Free Representation Unit volunteer

Appointments

Lord Bowen Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 2010

Lord Denning Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 2011

Hubert Greenland Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 2014

A semi finalist in the Crown Office Chambers moot in 2011

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