"The members are steeped in trust and estate work; they know more about the Inheritance Act and domestic probate matters than any other set."
Hugh is developing a busy and diverse chancery practice. He regularly appears in the County Court and High Court, and takes instructions as junior counsel. He has experience across Chambers’ areas of expertise. His notable recent work includes acting for the tax-payer in the Court of Appeal in Parry v HMRC  EWCA Civ 2266, led by David Rees QC. Hugh acted for the appellant charities in their successful appeal to the Supreme Court in Ilott v Mitson  UKSC 17, led by Penelope Reed QC.
After completing pupillage in Chambers, Hugh was seconded to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council for the 2014/15 legal year to act as Judicial Assistant to Lord Neuberger, the President of the Supreme Court.