Nick De Marco

Called to Bar:
2001
Practice areas:
Degrees:
LL.B (Lond), First Class, (Scholarship: Jules Thorn Scholar, Middle Temple)

Nick De Marco is recognised by leading independent legal directory, Chambers UK 2014, as the (joint) leading junior barrister in Sports Law (band 1) in the UK which says he "adopts unusual but highly attractive stances when handling his cases, and comes up with points the average counsel would struggle to think of" and "he's both urbane and technically very good."  Chambers UK 2013 had previously described him as having ‘cemented his position as "a go-to junior on any football regulatory issue”…’

He is also ranked by Chambers UK 2014 as one of the UK’s leading barristers in Employment law (band 2). The Directory commented that "he's very commercial, very good with clients and a great advocate." 

Nick is rated as one of the leading juniors in Employment and Media, Entertainment & Sport in the Legal 500 2013 and has been described as “compelling” and “relaxed and cerebral”.

 

Professional Experience

Nick is a member of the ICCA, COMBAR, ELA, British Association of Sports Lawyers, Liberty and Justice.

Sport

Nick is a recognised leading junior with considerable expertise in the field of Sports Law. He has advised and acted for a number of sporting organisations in commercial claims, disciplinary and doping hearings, claims concerning the interpretation of footballers’ and agents’ contracts and transfer fees, sports’ sponsorship cases, and employment related claims. He regularly advises on the interpretation of and possible challenges to sports bodies’ rules. He has been involved in a number of cases concerning the funding of athletes by sports governing bodies for events such as the Olympics.

As well as appearing in UK Courts and Tribunals he has represented international tennis stars in doping hearings before the International Tennis Federation, and football players before the FA, Premier League and Football League disciplinary and appeals bodies. He has been involved in various cases before the FIFA dispute resolution panel and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). He has also acted for the Rugby Football Union, the English Cricket Board and the Lawn Tennis Association, and acted against the British Horseracing Association, in various sporting disputes.

Nick also acts as an independent reviewer for UK Anti-Doping in relation to prosecutions of athletes for doping offences.

His clients have included Sports Governing Bodies including UK Sport, UK Athletics, UK Anti-Doping, the Football Association of England, the Football Association of Wales, the Lawn Tennis Association, the British Board of Boxing Control, the Professional Footballer’s Association, The England & Wales Cricket Board, the Rugby Football Union, The Welsh Rugby Union, The Ryder Cup Limited, Epsom Downs and Royal Ascot Racecourses, Jogathon, The London Marathon, the Football Conference and the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association; Football Clubs including: Manchester United, Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Fulham, Manchester City, Swansea City, Cardiff City, Queens Park Rangers, Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Ham United; a number of Rugby clubs and Football players including: Joey Barton, Andre Arshavin, Jimmy Bullard, Andrew Cole, Gabriel Heinze, Adrian Mutu, John Obi Mikel, and Peter Odemwingie; the Lotus Renault and the Caterham Formula 1 teams.  He has also acted for a number of football agents and agencies in claims against clubs, other agents and high profile players. He advised Swansea City in relation to immigration issues relating to the their record signing of Wilfred Bony in July 2013. In addition he successfully restrained a Premiership football club from changing its sponsorship arrangements through injunctive proceedings, advised Turkish Airways on their sponsorship agreement with Manchester United and acted as senior counsel for Bolton Wanderers in a high profile image rights dispute with Nicolas Anelka. He has also acted for a number of Premier League football clubs in disputes with football managers.

Nick was previously a Director of Queens Park Rangers FC (2007). He has a unique insight into the football industry including issues relating to football finance, commercial rights, sponsorship, employment law issues with players and managerial staff and regulation by the football governing bodies. Nick was also a member of the Football Association Tackling Homophobia Advisory Group.

Nick has a wide experience of sports arbitration and sits as the Chair of the Judicial Panel of the British Wrestling Association and is a member of the RFU Disciplinary Panel. He has been appointed as an FA Rule K sole arbitrator in various disputes and has sat as a member of the disciplinary board of the Football Conference. He is also a member of the County FA Anti-Discrimination Judicial Panel.

Current and recent work

  • ICC v James Anderson and ECB v Jadeja (ICC disciplinary and appeal hearings, August 2014)
    Acted for the England cricket player and the English Cricket Board in disciplinary proceedings (defending the player) and appeal proceedings (prosecuting the Indian player, Jadeja) arising out of high profile allegations during a Test Match.
  • Salisbury Town FC v The Football Conference (FA Appeal Board, August 2014)
    Acted for the Football Conference in an appeal brought by the football club against its expulsion for financial irregularity.
  • Malkay Mackay v Cardiff City FC; Cardiff City FC v Iain Moody (Managers Arbitration Tribunal and High Court, May 2015)
    Acted (along with Daniel Burgess) for Cardiff in respect to high profile disputes with its former manager, Mackay, and Head of Recruitment, Moody.
  • Baker v British Board of Boxing Control (ongoing)
    Acts for the British Board of Boxing Control in relation to a European and competition law challenge brought by a manager of boxers and others, in proceedings before the Appeal Stewards of the Board and in the High Court.
  • Phil Smith v The Football Association (July 2014)
    Represented the football agent Phil Smith in a successful appeal before the FA Appeal Panel against a ban on Mr Smith practising as a football agent following findings that he had breached provisions of the Agents’ Regulations regarding Third Party Ownership. The case is the first one in which an Agent in the UK has been charged with third party interest in a football player, an area in which Nick has specialist expertise.
  • Association of Football Agents (ongoing)
    Advising and representing the UK Association of Football Agents in relation to the proposed change in Football Agents’ regulations.
  • West Ham United v The FA (February 2014)
    Represented for the Football club before an interim FA rule K panel regarding the decision to uphold Andy Carroll’s red card.
  • Ken Bates v Leeds United Football Club (ongoing)
    Represents the former owner and Chairman of Leeds United in a commercial dispute with the Club.
  • Yogesh Joshee v The Football Association (FA Agents Appeal Panel, January 2014)
    Successfully represented a football agent in connection with horserace fixing allegations.
  • Matthew King v The London Marathon Limited (settled February 2014)
    Represented the London Marathon in an important and high profile disability discrimination case.
  • Paul Edwards v UK Athletics and ors (2014)
    Acted for a number of sports regulators in successfully dismissing High Court proceedings brought by an athlete banned for doping offences.
  • Barry Town United AFC v Football Association of Wales (High Court in Wales, August 2013)
    Represented the FAW in a High Court challenge brought by the football club concerning their admission into the competition.
  • ECB v Westfield & Kaneria (2012-2013)
    Represented (alongside Ian Mill QC) the England and Wales Cricket Board in high profile disciplinary and appeal proceedings against Essex County Cricket players related to “spot-betting” fixing in cricket, leading to the lifetime ban of Danish Kaneria. Nick also represented the ECB in the application in the Commercial Court arising out of the same case that led to the landmark decision that a sports appeal process was an arbitration for the purposes of the Arbitration Act  
  • British Horseracing Authority v Knott & Burke (May 2013).
    Represented the horseracing owner in disciplinary proceedings before the BHA relating to the branding of a horse with unofficial sponsorship.
  • Dave Jones v Cardiff City Football Club (High Court, April 2013 - settled)
    Acted for the football club in a contractual dispute withy its former manager.
  • The Football League v Watford Association Football Club & Bassini (March 2013)
    Represented the former owner of Watford AFC in disciplinary proceedings before the Football League. 
  • Portsmouth FC v Kanu (December 2012)
    Acted for Portsmouth FC in a contract dispute with the player Kanu before the Football League, (led by Jim Sturman QC).
  • FA v Joey Barton (May 2012)
    Represented Joey Barton in the disciplinary proceedings brought against him by the Football Association for violent misconduct following his dismissal from the Manchester City v QPR game in May 2012.
  • Kolles v Force India (2010 - August 2013)
    Acted as leading counsel for the former F1 Team Principal in a substantial high court claim for commission against the F1 team.
  • A Judo Athlete v British Judo (2012)
    Represented a top ranked Judo athlete in his appeal against the governing body over selections to represent the UK in the London 2012 Olympic Games. 
  • Andrey Arshavin (FA Rule K Arbitration 2012)
    Represented the Premiership footballer and Russian national captain in arbitration proceedings against another.
  • Jimmy Bullard v Hull City (August 2011-2012, Football League, Arbitration)
    Represented the Player in proceedings against the football club arising out of the early termination of his contract. 
  • Birmingham City v Alex McLeish (June 2011, settled)
    Represented the Premier League football club (along with Andrew Green QC) in a dispute concerning the resignation of its former manager. 
  • FA v QPR (FA Regulatory Commission, May 2011)
    Acted for QPR (alongside Ian Mill QC) in defence of various charges relating to Third Party Investment and Football Agents Regulations. QPR successfully resisted the most serious charges, and the threat of a points deduction was avoided, thus enabling the club to be promoted to the Premier League as winners of the Championship in the most important football case since the Tevez litigation.

Other cases

  • Marcel Seip v Blackpool Football Club (FAPL, May 2011)
  • Hasselbaink v Middlesbrough (May 2011)
  • Toulouse v West Ham United (High Court, May 2011)
  • Strata Sports marketing v Tottenham Hotspur FC (High Court, settled)
  • Fulham v West Ham United (FAPL)
  • Premier Rugby Ltd v X (A Premier Rugby club) (October 2010)
  • Fleetwood Town FC v The Football Conference (before the FA Appeal Board, 21 April 2010) 
  • Bolton Wanderers v Nicolas Anelka (High Court 2009)
  • Football Association v Charles Collymore (FA Disciplinary Commission, Autumn 2008 and Spring 2009)
  • Azam v RFU (RFU Appeals Board, October 2009)
  • Mark Connolly v Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (FAPL Disciplinary Commission, Summer 2009)
  • Birmingham & Solihull Rugby Club v First Division of Rugby (RFU Competition Appeals Board, 6 May 2008) 
  • RFU v Bristol Rugby Club (RFU Disciplinary panel, 8 August 2007)
  • Nike v Tomas Rosicky (High Court (ChD) 9 August 2007)
  • Gabriel Heinze v Manchester United FC (Football Premier League Appeals Board, August 2007)
  • Fulham FC and Sheffield United FC v The Premier League (High Court, 13 July 2007)
  • Dartry Ltd v Narain Karthikiyan (High Court)
  • Rachel Potter v UK Athletics (County Court, May 2006)
  • Salisbury City v The Southern League (FA Appeal Committee, April 2006)
  • West Ham United FC v The Football Association (FA Appeal Committee, April 2006)
  • Rotherham United FC v Southend United FC (Football League, February 2006)
  • John Obi Mikel v Manchester United Football Club (FIFA Dispute Resolution Panel)
  • 3 Players v International Tennis Federation
  • Ryder Cup Limited v Tickets2bThere.com (November 2005)
  • Epsom Downs Racecourse Limited v Horan (June 2005)
  • Adrian Mutu v Chelsea FC (January 2005)
  • Joe Royle v Manchester City Football Club (Court of Appeal, March 2005)
  • Enrique De Lucas Martinez v Chelsea FC (June 2005)
  • Andy Cole v The Football Association (14 October 2004)
  • Swindon FC v Neil Ruddock (December 2002)

Commercial

Nick has a strong commercial practice having advised on and/or appeared in a wide range of commercial disputes including commercial fraud, worldwide freezing injunctions, injunctions for breach of confidentiality, search orders, contempt of court proceedings, bankruptcy proceedings, partnerships, sale of goods and claims by city bankers for commission and bonuses. He has appeared in the Court of Appeal, the High Court and the County Courts. He has particular experience in both obtaining and resisting High Court injunctions. Nick’s sports work also has a heavily commercial focus, he regularly advised and acts in a varied manner of commercial and contractual arbitration disputes.

Current and recent work

  • Tamara Ecclestone v Ansol Trading Ltd and Ors [2014] EWHC 29 (QB) (High Court)
    Represented a car dealership defendant in contempt of court proceedings (which were then dropped) brought by the billionaire heiress in relation to a Lamborghini car. He later went on to win the case for his client in a multi-party 7 day High Court trial in which his client was the only one represented solely by junior counsel.
  • My London Home Ltd v Prime London Residential Ltd and Ors (High Court, 2014)
    Obtained a search order for an estate agent in a confidentiality case.
  • Kagalovsky and Ors v Altman and Ors (June 2013, Commercial Court)
    Represented the defendant in Contempt of Court proceedings brought by a Russian oligarch in relation to ownership of a Ukranian television station.
  • CEF Holdings Ltd v Mundey & Ors [2012] EWHC 1524 (QB)
    Successfully represented (along with Robert Howe QC) a number of the defendants in an important new High Court case on springboard injunctions, restrictive covenants and team moves. 
  • Kolles v Force India (2010 - 2013)
    Acted for the former F1 Team Principal in a substantial high court claim for commission against the F1 team.
  • Universal City Studios v Lace (2012)
    Acted for the distributers of the DVD film, ‘American Warships’ in resisting various IP injunctions brought by the producers of the Hollywood ‘Battleship’ movie.
  • Remus v BBC and Ors (High Court, 2012)
    Represented the makers of the Oscar winning movie, Room at the Top in a copyright dispute with the BBC and others about attempts to screen a new screenplay based on the same original novel, (led by Ian Mill QC).
  • Bank of Ireland v Jaffery (Chancery Division, 2012)
    Involved in obtaining various ancillary orders as part of a large civil fraud claim. 

Other cases

  • Lombard North Central Plc v Automobile World (UK) Ltd [2010] EWCA Civ 20
  • Lombard North Central v Automobile World (April 2008, Leeds County Court) 
  • World Duty Free v Kirk & ors (December 2007, High Court)
  • Frankel v Feldman (2005 - Case No. HC05CO1000)
  • Benrache v Stiedl [2003] EWCA Civ 838 – judgment restricted
  • Acted for the Claimant as junior counsel for Charles Flint QC, Tom Beazley QC and Tom de la Mare in multi-million pound fraud proceedings involving worldwide freezing injunctions and numerous Norwich Pharmacal orders.
  • Fiala & O’Connell v Maple Securities
  • Knightsbridge Residential Ltd v Naderah Akhaven
  • Junior counsel to Hugo Page QC in high court claim for breach of confidence (case subject to confidentiality).

Employment

Employment and Discrimination

Nick has a wide and extensive employment law practice.

He specialises in all aspects of discrimination law; and in High Court work, regularly obtaining or resisting injunctions relating to confidential information and restrictive covenants.

Nick frequently appears in the Employment Tribunal, the Employment Appeals Tribunal and the High Court.

Nick is author of the Blackstone's Guide to the Employment Equality Regulations – a practical guide to the Sexual Orientation and Religion or Belief discrimination regulations, and co-wrote the chapter on discrimination in Lester, Pannick and Herberg on Human Rights. Nick also wrote the section on Sports Cases in Goulding on Employee Competition (Second edition). Nick assists unrepresented appellants before the EAT.

Current and recent work

  • Sunrise Brokers v Rodgers [2014] EWHC 2633 (QB) (July 2014)
    Acted for the broker in respect to an application for an injunction and then a speedy trial in an important case about obligations during employment contracts, termination, notice periods, and the right to injunctive relief.
  • Gabriel-Abraham v Sports Direct (ongoing)
    Represents (along with Paul Goulding QC) the retailer in case involving ‘zero hours’ contract dispute.
  • My London Home Ltd v Prime London Residential Ltd and Ors (High Court, 2014)
    Obtained a search order for an estate agent in a confidentiality and restrictive covenant case.
  • CEF Holdings Ltd v Mundey & Ors [2012] EWHC 1524 (QB)
    Successfully represented (along with Robert Howe QC), a number of the defendants in an important new High Court case on springboard injunctions, restrictive covenants and team moves.  
  • Cunningham v Allied Irish Bank (2012)
    Acted for the bank in a substantial whistleblowing trial brought by the former Finance Director.  He is currently acting for the bank in the EAT.
  • Unison v Kelly & ors [2012] EWCA Civ 1148
    Successfully represented the Respondent in an important application before the Court of Appeal which had the effect of protecting the Respondents from costs orders in employment related appeals where there is a significant public interest. Nick previously (2012) won in the EAT below on a significant issue of trade union and human rights law and successfully obtained substantial compensation for the Claimants later in the ET (2013). 
  • Purohit v Hospira (ET and EAT, 2010 - 2012)
    Successfully represented the Respondent in a number of long discrimination and whistle-blowing trials between the parties in the Employment Tribunal and in resisting appeals in the EAT. He has also obtained multiple costs’ orders against the Claimants including maximum costs order in one of the claims. 

Other cases

  • Foxtons v Hassell [2010] EWHC 2199 (QB)
  • Humphreys v Quinn Glass (ET, October 2009)
  • Dr Igboaka v GMC (EAT June 2009)
  • Impellam v Long (High Court and Employment Tribunal 2009)
  • Equality and Human Rights Commission v BNP (July 2009)
  • Moran v Wakefield (Employment Tribunal 2008) 
  • Lighthouse Carrwood v Philip Luckett (High Court, November 2007)
  • Villars v Kwik Fit (High Court, April 2007)
  • Sahatchu v DPP (EAT March 2007)
  • Griffiths v Law Society (ET April 2007)
  • World Challenge Expeditions v Outlook and Anr (High Court, January 2007)
  • Wilkes v Experian (November 2006)
  • Roeser v Commerzbank AG (EAT/0552/05)
  • Randle v Mapics (UK) (EAT)
  • P Campbell v Ministry of Defence (ET)

Media and Entertainment

Nick has advised and acted for a variety of clients including film makers, publishers and professional musicians in disputes concerning copyright claims, a radio station in a dispute with a DJ, claims for an account and contractual disputes between professional musicians over royalty payments and IP rights.

Current and recent work

  • Universal City Studios v Lace (2012)
    Acted for the distributers of the DVD film, ‘American Warships’ in resisting various IP injunctions brought by the producers of the Hollywood ‘Battleship’ movie. 
  • Remus v BBC and Ors (High Court, 2012)
    Represented the makers of the Oscar winning movie, Room at the Top in a copyright dispute with the BBC and others about attempts to screen a new screenplay based on the same original novel, (led by Ian Mill QC).
  • Charles Saatchi v Phaidon Press (High Court, 2011)
    Acts for the Publisher in a copyright dispute with the author. 

Other cases

  • Empire Media productions v Calum Best (November 2007)
  • Rachmaninov v Sotheby’s

Domestic and International Arbitration

Nick has extensive experience of acting in a variety of commercial, contractual and regulatory arbitrations. He also sits as an Arbitrator having being appointed as the Chair of the Judicial Panel of the British Wrestling Association and in other various football arbitrations including sitting as a FA Rule K sole arbitrator and as a member of the RFU Disciplinary Panel. He has been appointed as a Judicial Chair of the Football Association County Anti-Discrimination Disciplinary Panels, and has sat as a member of a Football Conference Disciplinary Board.

He has a special interest in arbitration and was involved in the leading case (as junior counsel to Ian Mil QC) that established sports disciplinary proceedings can be arbitrations for the purposes of the Arbitration Act (Kaneria v ECB). He regularly advises and acts for sports’ governing bodies and individuals with respect to the validity and scope of arbitration clauses.

Public Law and Human Rights

Human Rights:

Nick has an extensive knowledge of and interest in human rights law and has advised and acted in a number of cases involving human rights. He is the author of the chapter on Article 14 and Discrimination law in the recent edition of Lester & Pannick on Human Rights and is a regular contributor to Legal Action on human rights cases.

Regulatory:

Nick has a wide range of experience in regulatory work. He is regularly instructed by the General Medical Council in relation to the regulation of the medical professions (appearing often in the High Court and Employment Tribunals on behalf of the GMC) and has been instructed by various sporting regulatory bodies (such as the Rugby Football Union, Football association and the Lawn Tennis Association) and by persons challenging the decisions of regulatory bodies. He often appears before sports’ regulatory bodies defending or prosecuting athletes.  He has also appeared before the Office of Fair Trading adjudicator, and advised other clients in other OFT cases.

Current and recent work

Interesting Regulatory case:

  • FA v QPR  (FA Regulatory Commission, May 2011)
    Acted for QPR in defence of various charges relating to Third Party Investment and Football Agents Regulations. QPR successfully resisted the most serious charges, and the threat of a points deduction was avoided, thus enabling the club to be promoted to the Premier League as winners of the Championship in the most important football legal case since the Tevez litigation.

Other cases

Interesting Human Rights cases include:

  • Equality and Human Rights Commission v BNP (July 2009)
  • Berezovsky v Immigration Nationality Department (County Court 2009)
  • R (Alan Craig & Christian People’s Alliance) v BBC (Admin Court, 30 April 2008)
  • George Galloway MP v The Labour Party
  • Uzan v United Kingdom
  • R v D [2005] EWCA Crim 889
  • R (Refugee Legal Centre) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2004] EWCA Civ 1296

Interesting Regulatory cases:

  • Dr Igboaka v GMC (EAT June 2009)
  • Football Association v Charles Collymore (FA Disciplinary Commission, Autumn 2008 and Spring 2009)
  • Azam v RFU (RFU Appeals Board, October 2009)
  • Mark Connolly v Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (FAPL Disciplinary Commission, Summer 2009)
  • Dr Alan Tutin v GMC  (High Court February 2009)
  • Birmingham & Solihull Rugby Club v First Division of Rugby (RFU Competition Appeals Board, 6 May 2008)
  • RFU v Bristol Rugby Club (RFU Disciplinary panel, 8 August 2007)

Other relevant experience

Nick recently took part on the Bar Council trade delegation to South Korea and China, and is particularly interested in developing his practice internationally.

Nick is editor of, and a regular contributor to, the Blackstone Chambers Sports’ law blog.

Before going to the Bar, Nick worked as a film and video editor. He was also involved in politics and was elected as a trade union representative and student union president.

While at university he won a number of mooting competitions including the Blackstone/Herbert Smith/GTI national mooting competition (1998-1999) and the Inner Temple mooting competition (2000).

Nick is an enthusiastic photographer, occasionally working on a professional basis and often travelling the world to take photos. He has published various books including “Cubans” available on Blurb.com.  The international photography magazine, Leica Fotografia International, featured a 12-page profile of his work in June 2010. His work has been exhibited in central London.

Nick is a football fan and previous Director of his favourite club, QPR.

A lover of all things Italian, Nick spends much of his spare time in his house in southern Italy where he has a small vineyard.

Publications:

  • Contributor, Lewis & Taylor, Sport: Law and Practice (3rd ed., forthcoming) Co-authored chapter on the financial regulation of sport. 
  • Contributor, Goulding on Employee Competition (2nd ed., 2011) – responsible for the section on Sports cases. 
  • Contributor, Lester and Pannick Human Rights Law and Practice 3rd ed. (2009) and 2nd ed. (2004) – responsible for the chapter on Art 14 (Discrimination)
  • Author, Blackstone's Guide to the Employment Equality Regulations (2004) – a practical guide to the Sexual Orientation and Religion or Belief discrimination regulations
  • Former Editor of Sports Law Case Reports for the Journal of the British Association of Sports Law (BASL) (2006-2008)
  • Former General Editor, Administrative Court Digest (2002-2005)
  • Contributor to Legal Action magazine on UK Human Rights cases (2002-2005)
  • Editor of the Venice Commission Bulletin on Constitutional Case Law (2000 - 2001)
  • Contributor, European Human Rights Case Summaries, B. Mensah, Cavendish (2002)
  • Editor of the UCL Faculty of Laws Jurisprudence Review 2000
  • Nick is also editor of Blackstone Chambers’ Sports' Law Bulletin online blog

Articles:

  • 2012 Olympics – Legal challenges to selection - The Lawyer, 2 July 2012
  • Euro 2004 ticket case sets precedent for sporting events (World Sports Law Report, Vol 2, Issue 6, June 2004)
  • Interpreting Termination Clauses – paper co-written with Monica Carss-Frisk QC for talk given at the IRS “Employment Law in the High Court” conference in May 2004. The paper focussed on PILON clauses, whether a termination clause is a liquidated damages clause or a penalty clause, and the application of UCTA.
  • The New Discrimination Regulations – Paper accompanying talk given to ELA voluntary sector conference on the race relations (amendment) act, sexual orientation and religion of belief discrimination regulations (January 2004).
  • Sexual Orientation and Religion or Belief discrimination - Defining the grounds (ELA Briefing, Vol. 11, No. 7, Jan/Feb 2004)
  • Identity crisis - what constitutes a public body in public law? Co-written with Tom de la Mare (The Lawyer, 11 November 2002, Vol. 16 issue 45)
  • Can human rights survive the ‘war on terrorism’? (The Lawyer, 30 September 2002, Vol. 16 issue 39)
  • Marxism and Democracy - Apex and Abrogation (UCL Faculty of Laws Jurisprudence Review 2000 pp. 36-58)

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adopts unusual but highly attractive stances when handling his cases, and comes up with points the average counsel would struggle to think of 

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he's both urbane and technically very good 

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