Called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2018, Oscar is undertakes a broad range of civil work, including commercial, employment, property and personal injury both as sole counsel and together with leading counsel, Timothy Frith.
Oscar is an experienced barrister who throughout the years of his practice has appeared in the Court of Appeal, High Court and County Court of England & Wales in a number of varied cases. He is experienced in drafting pleadings and other documents on urgent and non-urgent matters.
Prior to commencing his pupillage, Oscar worked in Luxembourg at the European Court of Justice as a trainee/stagiaire to Judge Christopher Vajda, with the assistance of the Sir Joseph Priestley Award from Inner Temple.
Oscar provides advice and representation pro bono via Advocate – the Bar’s national charity, which enables members of the public to gain access to complimentary legal advice from barristers.
He is committed to enabling social mobility at the Bar and he is a mentor at Bridging the Bar, an organisation which helps those from under-represented backgrounds gain access to the Bar. Oscar is also involved in FreeBar, an organisation which aims to promote diversity and inclusivity of LGBTQ+ members and staff at the Bar.
He is fluent in English & French.
- Honourable Society of Inner Temple (2018)
- BPTC LLM (Very Competent) – City, University of London
- GDL (Commendation) – City, University of London
- French and History BA (First Class Honours with Distinction in spoken French) – King’s College London, with an exchange in Paris at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, and in Quebec at the Université Laval.