Profile submitted by Mark Mullen
Chancery barrister with particular emphasis on charities, the Court of Protection, companies and associations, insolvency (including directors’ disqualification), trusts, wills, probate and estates. Significant reported cases include: King v. Dubrey  Ch 221; Bank of Beirut SAL v. Prince El-Hashemite  Ch 1; Hope v. Ireland  BPIR. 344; Executive Jet Support Limited v. The Serious Organised Crime Agency  1 WLR 1433; R. (Independent Schools Council) v. The Charity Commission for England and Wales  Ch 214; Kings v. Bultitude  WTLR 1571; Dean v. Stout  1 FLR 725.
Chancery Bar Association, Charity Law Association, Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists.
Called 2001. Barrister member, Council of the Inns of Court Disciplinary Tribunal (2009-2013). Junior Counsel to the Crown (HM Attorney General's A Panel) (2016-); B Panel (2011-2016); C Panel (2008-2011). Deputy Registrar in Bankruptcy of the High Court (2016-).
Companies Limited by Guarantee (Jordans, 2014); Running a Charity (Jordans, 2015); Contributor, Tolley’s Insolvency Law
Educated at St Benedict’s School, Ealing; Durham University; BPP Law School. Leisure activities include music and walking. Resides in London.