Gregory is a senior associate and solicitor advocate advising a wide range of clients on all aspects of litigation, private client, reputation and privacy. He has experience in the English High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, as well as with overseas litigation and enforcement, often dealing with lawyers and advisers in different jurisdictions.
Gregory advises businesses, families and HNW’s on alternative dispute resolution including mediation and international arbitration and is well versed in settling disputes without the need to go to Court. He also advises on art related matters and disputes and has recently successfully issued and served a claim on a sovereign state regarding a high value piece of art.
As a solicitor advocate, Gregory often undertakes advocacy on behalf of the client.
Before qualifying as a solicitor Gregory worked in the House of Parliament for a London-based Member of Parliament for more than three years and maintains contacts across the political spectrum. He also has experience of working for national media titles and regularly deals with local and national press and has contacts with national newspaper editors and journalists.
Gregory then went on to train and qualify at a City firm, where he was retained into the litigation department and worked closely with one of the founding partners on a number of high profile cases and matters.
Gregory read Politics and History at University College London. Following graduation, Gregory went on to complete the GDL and LPC at BPP.
Gregory is a keen historian and antiquarian who enjoys visiting museums, sites and galleries. He is a member of various societies and organisations including the Courtauld Institute, the SoAL, and the YPA a group of professionals in the Arts and regularly attend talks, events and lectures.
Greg is also an animal lover who supports various animal charities and is (hopefully) talking his wife round to getting at least the one pet.