Innovative and Articulate

Barrister, Call 2014

sam cheesbrough


Sam Cheesbrough re-joined Nicholas Woolf & Co as an associate having qualified as a barrister at a top ranked Chambers in London.

Sam has wide-ranging experience in commercial and property matters, and advises on all of the firm's core practice areas. He has a significant amount of oral advocacy experience, having represented clients in the County Court, Court of Protection and First-Tier Tribunal (Property Division).

Sam was called to the Bar at Gray’s Inn in 2014. He read law at the University of Cambridge, winning numerous prizes and scholarships, including the George Long Prize for Civil Law for achieving the top mark in Civil Law II. Prior to practising as a barrister, Sam taught tort and contract law to undergraduates at the University of Cambridge, and land law to undergraduates at King's College, London.

MA(Cantab), University of Cambridge

George Long Prize (University of Cambridge, 2013)

James William Squire Scholarship (Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 2011 and 2012)

Professional Negligence Lawyers Association

"You (and your business) - what you should or should not be doing"
SOLO Autumn Edition 2017, pages 10-11

"Anti-money laundering regulations - four principles to guide sole practitioners through the minefield"
SOLO Autumn Edition 2017, pages 27-28

"Jumping the Gun - Why Analysis of Section 2(1) of the European Communities Act 1972 is Fundamental to Determining the Limits of the Exercise of Prerogative Powers"
Available on the SPG Website

"Brexit and the Sole Practitioner"
Available on the SPG Website

"To Inherit or Not To Inherit? That Is The Question"
SOLO Winter Edition 2015/2016, pages 18-21

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