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Thomas Rothwell

Called 2017

Thomas Rothwell

Thomas accepts instructions in all areas of residential, commercial and agricultural landlord and tenant law, and the law of real property. He joined Chambers in October 2018 on the successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of Joseph Ollech, Adam Rosenthal, Edward Peters, Elizabeth Fitzgerald and Philip Sissons.

As a pupil, Thomas gained experience in a wide range of areas including (but not limited to): possession proceedings, business tenancies, agricultural tenancies, forfeiture, service charges, rent review, restrictive covenants, adverse possession, boundaries, proprietary estoppel, easements, co-ownership and trusts of land.

Before coming to the Bar, Thomas read German and Russian at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he was also a choral scholar.  

  • Education

    Modern and Medieval Languages (German and Russian), Jesus College, University of Cambridge, MA (Cantab.) – Double First Class with Distinction

    Graduate Diploma in Law, City Law School, London (Distinction)

    Foundation Scholarship, Jesus College, University of Cambridge (renewed annually, 2012-2015)

    Keller Prize awarded for one of the best finals results in any discipline at Jesus College, Cambridge, 2015

    Eliot Prize for the highest mark in Part II Modern and Medieval Languages at Jesus College, Cambridge, 2015

    Benefactor’s (2004) Prize for one of the highest non-finals marks in any discipline at Jesus College Cambridge, 2013

    Kurt Hahn Prize for the best performance in the Part IB German language examinations at the University of Cambridge, 2013

    Anthony Dorrell Prize for the best performance in the Part IA Russian examinations at the University of Cambridge, 2012

  • Professional

    Bar Professional Training Course, City Law School, London (Outstanding)

    Called: 2017, Lincoln’s Inn (Lord Mansfield Scholarship, Lord Bowen Scholarship, Hardwicke Entrance Award)

    Lincoln’s Inn Student of the Year 2017 (highest BPTC mark at Lincoln’s Inn)

    The Scarman Scholarship, City Law School, London (2nd in year on the BPTC)

    Oxford University Press Prize, City Law School, London (highest aggregate BPTC mark in advocacy and civil procedure)

    Buchanan Prize, Lincoln’s Inn, 2017

    Maitland Advocacy Prize, 2015