Profile submitted by Ryan Kohli
Landlord and tenant (including social housing), administrative and public law, planning and licensing.
Administrative Law Bar Association, Social Housing Law Association and Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers.
Ryan was awarded an M.A. from St Edmund Hall, Oxford University where he read law between 2002-05. He was called to the Bar in 2006 (Inner Temple) having achieved the grade of 'Outstanding' in the Bar Vocational Course (BPTC). He has developed a successful practice at the Bar and has been appointed to the Attorney General's Panel of Counsel (C Panel). He regularly represents and advises clients in a range of judicial review claims; landlord and tenant/social housing matters; planning challenges in the High Court and licensing appeals.
Contributor: "Cornerstone on Councillors' Conduct". Contributor: “Licensed Premises” (2nd Ed.) by Philip Kolvin QC. Sub-editor: “Cornerstone on Anti-Social Behaviour”. Article: J Findlay QC and R Kohli, When does a tree preservation order protect  JPL 615.
Ryan was born in Arlington, Texas and educated at The Glasgow Academy and Oxford University. He enjoys the theatre, cinema, travel and good restaurants.