Henry is a second six pupil in Chambers and is now undertaking court work.
Henry graduated from the University of Leicester with First Class Honours in Law with French Law and Language, placing second in his year. During his time at University, he held positions of responsibility in the Law Society, the Fencing Club and the Latin and Ballroom Dancing Society. In Henry’s second year, he led the University mooting team to the semi-finals of the ESU National Mooting Competition.
Having been awarded the Benefactors Scholarship by Middle Temple, he studied the BPTC at City Law School and was called to the Bar in July 2018. During this time, Henry undertook Social Security and Employment Law cases for the Free Representation Unit, including a case before the EAT.
Over the past five years, Henry has volunteered at various legal charities including Reprieve and the Louisiana Capital Assistance Center, as well as having worked at DAC Beachcroft and NFU Mutual.
When not in Chambers, Henry can be found on his bicycle or in the kitchen perfecting his cookbook (a work in several years’ progress).